When you buy a car and opt to get the basic, no-frills stereo, the really rad sound system isn’t also included somewhere in the vehicle, just waiting for you to plunk down some money to activate it. If that were the case, the car-maker has to know that buyers are going to be tempted to figure out how to turn that better system on without forking over the cash.
this is why you can’t have nice things
Developer "Disappointed" That People Would Rather Hack Game Than Pay $20 For Content Already On Disc
By April 18, 2012