It’s not often that we are able to share good news about piracy, so mark this down on your calendars.

Let’s be honest for a second. Most gamers, at some point, have played a pirated game. Whether your excuse is lack of money or the age old, “I never would have bought it anyway,” many of us are guilty of the crime. One such reformed scurvy scoundrel is Razer CEO Min-Liang Tan. It seems, he’s been plagued by guilt all these years for playing an illegal version of Interplay’s Wasteland.

Few people get the chance to make something like that right, and Tan’s golden opportunity isn’t slipping past him. Today, he tweeted:



In addition, he’s leveraging the Cult of Razer’s huge fan base to spread the word about the Kickstarter appeal for the craved Wasteland sequel (which is now less than $200,000 away from the $900,000 goal). Interested in helping inXile make history? Kicking yourself for missing out on the Double Fine Kickstarter? Head on over and see of you have what it takes to survive in the post-apocalyptic Hellscape (and be sure to watch the hilarious pitch video below).