DeadPool...THE GAME!

Discussion in 'Games, Gaming & Game-demos' started by blesner, Jul 14, 2012.

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    mb Ancient Guru

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    should pay more attention to op date, lol
     
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    DocStrangelove Ancient Guru

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    ^^^^this!
     
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    Mistaken for news?
    The article was published 16/07/2015.

    .....

    This is that very same game. Thats why I've updated the thread with the info.
     
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    yeah thats the point, a game doesn't just get removed, even if they don't own the license anymore.

    might be something faulty with this game
     

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    Read the article, man. Read the OP.

    The game worked fine. It was pulled for licensing reasons.
     
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    wasn't referring to your post.
     
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    My apologies.

    Dont if im really too keen on paying $30 for this, tbh. Might grab it in a sale.

    Edit: Aaaahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahah...ahhh. Its listed for $79.99 in my countr via steam.

    Ahahahahahahh... what a joke.
     
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    Um...Are you new? Games get pulled for licensing...ALL the time.

    In retail, not so much, but that's because said business bought so many copies of said game, the game not being able to be produced anymore due to licensing doesn't prevent local retail shop from selling the product as that business already bought those copies, they can do whatever they want with them, just not order more from the producer.

    But in digital sales, when the license for said product goes away, the games get immediately taken away from digital sales, as a "digital sale" is essentially a direct connect to the producer, and if the producer no longer has the right to sell that game, the game is gone.

    This happens a lot with games based off of movies/super heroes/etc., so i'm not sure how you came to your conclusion
     
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    Does anyone have the twfc_util.exe to edit the .ini. It seems to be protected.

    Thanks in advanced.
     

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