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Thu 6th August, 2009

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TingLz commented on YouTube Stars Aren't Happy With Nintendo's Rev...:

Well, to clarify the EU court ruling, you can "own" a digital copy of software. However, like physical media, you do not own the characters, scenarios, etc. of that software. You just own that one copy. Ergo, you can sell that copy alone if you like, but you cannot make copies of it for others to use, you cannot take the characters and make your media and sell them, etc.

You just own that one copy of the software. That's all



TingLz commented on YouTube Stars Aren't Happy With Nintendo's Rev...:

@BlatantlyHeroic At the same time, you do NOT own Link, Zelda or any of the content you purchased, and therefore you cannot do anything with that content as you please. This has always been the case when copyrights, patents, and trademarks started.

When you buy a game, you own that copy alone, not everything in it.



TingLz commented on Best Buy Cancellations of Majora's Mask 3D New...:

@YashaStepanovic And what does he hope to accomplish? They won't make stock appear from nowhere

@Shambo Why? They don't lose anything to scalpers. If anything, scalpers aren't really competition since they buy from retailers first and use higher prices.

@Sergio151 They know what a "limited edition" is. It's not a regularly released product.

@rjejr At the same time, why would they owe anything to their fans? Should they hand out $50 eShop vouchers for "cancelling" orders they never took? Also, have you paid attention to the comments? Most of everyone is blaming Nintendo.



TingLz commented on Nintendo Direct Confirmed for 14th January, Wi...:

Oh right, Nintendo IS in the green right now whereas Sega was ready to crumble. Thanks for the heads up ;)

Also, if I'm not mistaken, Sega's management was far worse than Nintendo's is right now. There's hardly a comparison.



TingLz commented on Nintendo Direct Confirmed for 14th January, Wi...:, scratch that, the video game industry in 1983: too many consoles, awful quality of games, loss of consumer trust overall, 97% dip in revenue (yes, you read that right), and too many games at once.

Sega: CD! Fail. Mega Drive (right name?). Commercial failure. Saturn! Commercial failure. Dreamcast! Relative success, but the company was irreparable.

Nintendo: Wii - Super successful. DS - Super successful. 3DS - failure then relatively successful. Wii U - commercial failure, but somewhat relevant still.

I apologize if I fail to see how Nintendo is repeating Sega or 1983 Atari (and friends) for that matter



TingLz commented on The Bomber's Notebook Will Be Revamped in The ...:

@unrandomsam I disagree. If you don't want to save, that's fine. Do your own thing. But I'd rather not have this BS pseudo-difficulty in a game I want to enjoy. Again, inconvenience =/= challenge.

Matter of fact, I wonder why save points still exist today. I think it's because nostalgia.



TingLz commented on The Legend of Zelda: Majora's Mask 3D Limited-...:

@Quorthon I suppose I should point out how misguided your argument is. First off, you're basing this off ONE GAME getting a Special Edition. One game is somehow a pattern of games instead. One game makes all the difference in the world. One game determines everything Nintendo thinks about.

Second, your point about this being the least popular Zelda game. What relevance does this even have? You're spouting nonsense to prove absolutely nothing but make a long post. And what data do you base this on, your own made up data?