how can a videogame company sell something to you then tell you once it's your property what you can and can't do with it?
property? just because you have the copy of a game doesn't mean you own **** --- Advertising signs, they con you into thinking you’re the one That can do what’s never been done, that can win what’s never been won
You do own a license to play the game. Although, game creators are trying to argue otherwise. --- http://www.lostfacts.net/boards/index.php - Come on down and have some fun! http://www.crabdom.cu.cc/forums - Happy fun land
LOL how can this be true? how can a videogame company sell something to you then tell you once it's your property what you can and can't do with it? honestly, what if they get better later on, how are they going to be able to join online again? get a new gamertag? lol
You really need to educate yourself on what a company can and can't do with products like this.
Basically, you're only buying the disc. They can do whatever the hell they want with what's on it. Same with phones... or Xbox's, or PS3's. They can brick them on you. You might own the solid mass that these objects consist of, but you don't own anything beyond that.
Why would they ban people just because they're bad? Use some common sense people. Just because some random on gamefaqs says that they're doing this, doesn't mean they are.
Also, they can't restrict you from online play for something like this once the game has already been released.
Actually. Yes they can. When you begin playing you are accepting their terms of agreement. You know that stuff that 99% of people don't ever read. Many of those terms typically have huge things about language, cheating, boosting, and offensive graphics. All things that can be reported while playing the game. Get enough, and they will lay the hammer down in an attempt to keep the peace of the community at large. --- "Things You Own, End Up Owning You" - Tyler Durden