And at the end of the day, there is nothing wrong with hoarding. If someone purchased an item, was given an item, or otherwise has an item in their position, it is their item. Not mine. Not yours. But that specific person's. Everyone hates when I use the example of a car, but put it this way. Letting me borrow your car and copying a game are quite similar, in terms of the end result. No, a car can't be copied (yet). Yes, a game can. But if you let me borrow your car, and let me drive it, break parts, and otherwise put wear and tear on it, the value drops. Copying a game drops the value in almost all cases. Copying is the equivalent of me driving your car to the ground. That copying killed value of my game, me driving your car killed its value.