@PenguinDust: I thought it was Music and Games are a no-no? I'll be damned if I buy something that took 150 million dollars to make yet only gave me an hour of entertainment. That doesn't really matter to me since I usually don't watch movies.
Anyway, when you buy video games you don't buy them so you can have the cd and the case. No, what you want is the software and pretty graphics that the cd holds. Therefore pirating a game equals going to the store and only taking the gooey things that the cd holds. So it's like eating the cereal while you're in the store and leaving the box there.