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Where is the link that announced this?
I agree with Don. If there is no proof then i will not believe it.
Edited on Mon 8th June, 2009 @ 15:46 by mariofan5000
There is no proof. Not yet anyway... If GKII is released today, I'll be baffled... and kinda upset.
nooooooooo!!! it's true! i went to the GKII page and it said:Release Dates:June 8th 2009 (USA)
Click here for proof,you non-believers.
Darn it.... Just for the record, the reason why it wasn't believed in the first place is because you didn't link it to the PR in the first place because Press Nintendo still has no PR.
Edited on Mon 8th June, 2009 @ 16:08 by KnucklesSonic8
You can't hear me, but I'm groaning.
Finally! It's on the Virtual Console. Know what that means? Licensing issues could slowly be going away!
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There are no licensing issues whatsoever. You can't copyright historical figures. ...you know Genghis Khan was a real man, right...?
Edited on Mon 8th June, 2009 @ 16:52 by Adam
Come on, friends,
To the bear arcades again.
@Adam: I already explained that in some other thread.
But...BUT, what about the first game?
Edited on Mon 8th June, 2009 @ 17:09 by Dezner
Wii: 6882-4334-4721-0727 --- PSN: OrangeGouf --- XBL: Orange Gouf
I'm with you Dezner. The first one is better and doesn't deserve the cold shoulder.
Hey Dezner. Nice Avatar. Zero Suit Samus is pretty hot
Again... Nintendo of America PISSES US OFF AGAIN!
No, it's actually something good this time around. This game refers to a real person, so the could mean the beginning of the end for licensing issues. Normally, I'm in the same position when it comes to one-game week, but I'm willing to make an exception (Just like I did with Mega Man 3 and The Legend of Zelda: Majora's Mask.).
Edited on Mon 8th June, 2009 @ 17:55 by FuzzyPickles94
This game refers to a real person, so the could mean the beginning of the end for licensing issues.
Sorry, but no. Licensing issues are a consequence of the laws of Copyright, Trademark, and Right of Publicity. These laws remain in effect and Nintendo has no desire to see them go away considering how much Nintendo benefits from them.
Meanwhile Genghis Khan, as a historical figure who died some eight centuries ago, has no ability to tie up the release of this game through licensing issues whatsoever.
Edited on Mon 8th June, 2009 @ 20:18 by Gabbo
From now on,I will provide a link everytime,don't worry. But what's so bad about Gengis Khan II anyway?
KnucklesSonic8 wrote:Darn it.... Just for the record, the reason why it wasn't believed in the first place is because you didn't link it to the PR in the first place because Press Nintendo still has no PR.From now on,I will provide a link everytime,don't worry. But what's so bad about Gengis Khan II anyway?
I know. It's suppose to mean that Nintendo will finally start clearing up licensing issues.
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