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I know its not a massive thing it just the fact its there, it kind of puts me off all there games, anyone else feel the same?
No, I don't care. The EULA is meaningless and unenforceable.
Nope, I don't care about it.
Nope, i don't care. Though i don't know whether it's still relevant or not.
EULAs ain't worth a damn.
Wait, you mean that there are people who don't READ the EULA before signing?
EULA doesn't worry me (an I karnt reed, nohow...)
This again?
Not because of the EULA, but because of the DRM. EULA doesn't concern me much because currently they aren't enforceable in my country. However, there's also a danger in that. Many EULAs would be absolutely intolerable IF they could be enforced, and their "unenforceability" often hinges on only 1 or 2 paragraphs and might change in the future. Media companies are lobbying already for the respective changes to current laws. If they are successful, then we will be confronted with a massive reduction in customer rights that will be very hard to reset because people were taking EULAs too lightly too long.
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spindown: No, I don't care. The EULA is meaningless and unenforceable.
I have not installed Origin because of the EULA (I was going to use it to get the free Mass Effect 2 offered to owners of Dragon Age 2). The privacy section allows EA to monitor your computer and collect massive amounts of data, including personally identifiable. I dont want EA searching through my computer, so no Origin (and no free ME2, but i have it on 360 anyway) for me.

I have also not bought several EA games due to DRM. Crysis Warhead is the one that comes to mind of the top of my head.
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ShogunDarius: I know its not a massive thing it just the fact its there, it kind of puts me off all there games, anyone else feel the same?
I don't like it, but the greater issue for me is the lack of expansions. Complete packages are part of GOG's appeal, and the lack of EA expansions is a threat to that aspect of the site: Why should other publishers bundle expansions with their games when EA games sell just fine without them? Hells, why should EA bundle the expansions with the games if we eat up their offerings without that added value?

I'm not buying any EA game on GOG until Alien Crossfire is added to Alpha Centauri (or we get an explanation as to why there's suddenly a "rights issue" after *multiple* past releases of the Planetary Pack). It's not a popular stance, but I'm sticking to it. Other than the free Ultima game, I don't own any EA games on GOG. I don't pay attention to new EA releases on GOG and couldn't tell you the names of the most recent additions.

Alien Crossfire or bust. ;-)
Post edited December 18, 2011 by ddmuse
Nope. Nother bothered. Much like Steam, still a DRM and have to live with it, if u buy games from them.
Origin is really good platform, and the EULA is the same as Microsoft's and Valve's. They make no attempt to enforce it either.
Post edited December 18, 2011 by freezinghazard
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