I understand that there are lots of "illegal" ways to play (let's use Nintendo as an exemple, but it could be SEGA, etc) old Nintendo games, such as the original Game Boy Games or NES games or Super ...
I have purchased Minecraft for PS3, however for various reasons I am dissatisfied with the PS3 experience and I would like to continue playing on PC. Does the PS3 purchase/licence allow me full ...
I am a big fan of GTA (Grand Theft Auto) and I am a PC gamer waiting for GTA V PC version for months now. I have seen that it will be available on Jan 27th on amazon.com and we can pre-order it. As ...
Does using bots in WoW break the Terms of Service if you are indeed present of the computer and chatting away like nothing is happening? I say this because I notice who are just doing the EXACT same ...
After impulse buying NFS: Hot Pursuit for €6.8, I noticed that Steam needed me to accept its EULA. That EULA mentioned I might have to install EA Download Manager Origin to get some content. I was not ...
Does anyone know for certain whether or not the AD&D games produced by SSI in the '80s have been released to the public domain? I have seen them offered for download at several abandonware sites, ...
Guys please don't take me in the wrong sense. I am not advocating for piracy. In fact I want to know about the advantages of playing with original game CDs so that I can attract gamers in my region, ...
Recently a discussion came up amongst friends. Some of us like to record our gameplay and put it up in YouTube, own3D, etc. Problem is, some of us are getting copyright strikes / copyright claims, on ...
I recently purchased a copy of Dragon Quest V: Hand of the Heavenly Bride from a large retail corporation. It turns out that the game is a fake, as I cannot advance beyond the first scene of the ...
There's a lot of games out there whose original creators have long gone out of business. How (if at all) do these enter the Public Domain, and how can you tell? Are there other kinds of abandon ware?