Because emulation of the roms isn't legal if you don't own the original games? Isn't this the same argument as abandonware?
If copyright was a more reasonable length, then owning the original games wouldn't matter. Since i've been watching a few Adam Ruins everything, this one comes up that's related
. The whole reason to have such a long copyright is to milk something as long as possible, since at what point does copyright extending 70 years after you die help you financially? (I suppose you could Will it to your children... or grand children...
Is this some kind of joke? NeoGAF doesn't accept GMail or Hotmail? You know, the email services that the MAJORITY uses?
When a large majority of spammers are using such emails, it's easier to ban the domain.
is this your only reply ever on any humble bundle? You are indeed a broken record. I wonder why you even bother read these threads.
22 games for $10. DRM free and Linux. Classic games. Awful indeed. The only reason not to pick this up is if you do not like NeoGeo - but that does not make it awful.
As much as i love seeing every game entry as DRM-free, i can't justify buying the bundle myself as i can't see myself playing ANY of these games. Maybe 10-15 years ago when i played this stuff a lot more, or as a teen. But now?
What is with this browser "preview" thing? How are these versions made and how does that translate into it being fed into a browser for taking a test drive? "DRM-Free" or not, I'm not interested in anything that is tied to a browser. I'm only interested if package is is self reliant.
Far more likely they have an emulator that can run on flash or something, and it loads the emulator and either a stripped version of the rom or the entire thing (not like they are going to be that big...
). Think of it like watching YouTube videos, there isn't a custom player made for every video, instead there's one player that acts as a middleman and it's told which video to access..