« on: November 27, 2015, 01:06:22 pm »
But that name is kind of ridiculous
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I lurk on RHDN pretty much daily!BUT HOW'S DENNIS?!
Street Fighter 2010 and M.C Kids both for the NES. People skip mc kids because they think it will be a terrible game while it's actually very good. And they stop playing street fighter 2010 because it doesn't look like street fighter but it's also a very good game. Capcom should have kept it like in japan and not associate the game with the street fighter franchise.It sounds like Street Fighter wasn't very popular until Street Fighter II came along (a year after SF2010) anyways, so I'm not sure how much of an effect that had.
I'm guessing they let anything be released on that system.It had no lockout so they couldn't stop it if they wanted to.
does it really matter when she dies anywaysLike all of us at some point. Our names must not be important.
I.S.T. might have a type I can not think of but abandonware, which is not much of a legal term in the US (and almost non existent elsewhere) but attempting to be one, is more when the copyright holder to a work is not clear by virtue of bankruptcy, sale of assets, company breakups and such like. Various groups then lobbied to have these works turned over either to the public domain or have their copyright status altered such that they are covered by far more permissive laws. This document has phrases like "Video games in the form of computer programs embodied in physical or downloaded formats that have been lawfully acquired as complete games" and makes no ruling on abandonware that I can see, and moreover has "provide access to an external computer server necessary to facilitate an authentication process to enable local gameplay" so I guess even bypassing code wheels/manual lookups (the methods of choice for most things that would classify as abandonware) could be suspect under this.