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January 23rd, 2009
oh yeah. I forgot. also, Millenium. Property. Cross. Name. Digital. Theft. Intellectual. Lies. Money. Act. Copyright. Certification. Promotion. Standards. Frits. Cable. Chip. Reference. Television.
January 23rd, 2009
Midway. Blizzard. Wiimote. Nintendo. Starcraft. Alien Syndrome. Nazi. Ghost. Math.
January 19th, 2009
Its worse than you think. Try Alien Syndrome by SEGA for Wii and look into just how corrupt Blizzards practices really are. Starcraft:Ghost for GCN is brainchild abandoned at one of the worst possible times
January 19th, 2009
Actually, the game ISN'T a dead project and it DID actually get released. Just not in a way that most people saw. Starcraft "RUG" Ghost was planned for release on Gamecube but some time when Nintendo was precariously vulnerable, Blizzard rescinded consent and pulled too much support for the project to continue. This horrid betrayal left Admin at nintendo even less trusting of 3rd parties, what with how this has happened before. SEGA was willing to act as a Prodigal Son and produced ALIEN SYNDROME for t
January 19th, 2009
pretty much all americanmade music, as well as pictures, ideas, names, books, sounds and images are stolen nowadays. Before legislation that almost completely occurred in the last century (most noticably to me around the 1950s as best as my memory serves me), a lot more patents and copyrights were entirely nonrenewable, and after that, songwriters, for example, would lose the individual ownership of the rights to their song and would have to write more to stay recognized, but since all songwriters "suffere