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Let's call him courageous writer Shivam Bhatt stole some time at the 2016 Game Developer's Conference held in San Francisco to chat with Blizzard Co-Founder David Brevik during a Q&A about Diablo

Bhatt carpe'd that diem and confessed to Brevik that he pirated the game almost two decades ago, offering up some cash on the spot for his transgression. Not only did Bhatt pretty much get rewarded with the most surreal reaction possible--Brevik taking a pic with him:

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He even got a shoutout on Twitter from Brevik about the incident as well.

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In case you missed it, the early-released Five Nights RPG has been pulled from Steam after receiving a bunch of terrible reviews. (Un?)fortunately, the game isn't going away forever; after it gets a revamp, it will be released for free.



Ever since Metal Gear Solid 5: The Phantom Pain came out Sept. 1, the PC gaming community has been having a whole hell of a lot of fun swapping out the character models.

This type of game modification is exactly what PC gaming is so important.

We probably never would have seen an eye-patched dog flirtatiously playing in a puddle without it.

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