Illegal file-sharing and torrent sites are on fire today with pirated copies of Microsoft?s Halo 3
doing the rounds amidst those filthy illegal pirates out there who just cannot wait the extra week to get their hands on a street-legal copy of Halo 3
You would of course, were you criminally inclined, need a modified Xbox 360 to play an illegally-obtained copy of the game, which weighs in at a whopping 6.14 gigabytes.
You would also need the patience of a saint as you wait for English bandwidth to enable you to download it only to find that it is either broken or ? even worse - continually crashes at vital points in the game.
What with this and the recent kerfuffle over Argos selling the game early this week, SPOnG will be glad when Halo 3
is finally on store shelves next Wednesday, so we can get down to playing and talking about what, for many, is the game of the year, instead of wasting our time worrying about the shady mis-doings of a very small number of internet gaming pirates.