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happy04 wrote:Also, you don't need to run games with origin even if they are published by EA. I downloaded a software tool that allowed me to run From Dust without origin, simply because it would never connect to the servers and prevented me from playing the game. I'm sure if you looked you could easily find workarounds.
Drool wrote:I think his concern is about Wasteland possibly having a different EULA than Wasteland 2. I doubt that will be an issue, though. Of course, I'm not sure why it would matter. I can't really see how there'd ever be a class action lawsuit over it that could be derailed by EA having users waive that right.
Brian Fargo wrote:Brian Fargo @BrianFargo
Fear not my worriers... The Wasteland 1 inclusion has no conditions related to Origin.
Kaldurenik wrote:Im abit confused... ToA, ToS and so on dont overwrite the laws of your country...
macksting wrote:AT&T Mobility v. Concepcion
A Supreme Court decision, split like most of them, and with alarming implications. This is lawful, or at least has legal precedent at the highest level.
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