Here's some food for thought: Companies that release software already price their products to compensate for the losses of piracy. If SOPA passes and does somehow manage to stop piracy, do you think they will lower their prices? No, they sure as hell won't. At $64.19 for any new release game (excluding wii) and having willing buyers who are likely ignorant of the reasons games are getting more and more expensive, they're just fine charging more for a game. And don't give me the "they have to pay for production costs and all that crap", yeah they do but their revenues FAR exceed the costs of production. Here's another thing to think about... Lets take Call of Duty for example. I purchased the games up through Black Ops then realized something. 1) Online play of CoD is overrated and hacked, 2) I really don't enjoy the online play, 3) I'm forced to buy the online play with the product even though I don't want it. So it begs the question, why should I pay the price of a whole product when I only want half of it? We're talking something as simple as separation of files to distribute as a different product at a lesser price. All I want is the storyline. Seeing as how a pirate can't get the online play due to registration keys linked to accounts and whatnot, they're not getting the full product anyhow. More like an extended demo. Charge me 20 bucks for the story and 40 for the online if you want, I'll pay. Online play is what they develop for anymore anyhow.