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    lolstralia

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    Australolia

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    Now everyone's just gonna pirate it haha

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    SirGrim wrote:
    lolstralia
    ^

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    "That means the survival horror title cannot be sold, hired, advertised or legally imported."

    What about Uncle Torrence?

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    Black Plague*** wrote:
    "That means the survival horror title cannot be sold, hired, advertised or legally imported."

    What about Uncle Torrence?
    I assume that would be classed as importing. Or the end result would be holding objectionable content.

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    Sooo, buy it digitally cause you know, you don't own it and all that bs.

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    Bu1ld0g wrote:
    Sooo, buy it digitally cause you know, you don't own it and all that bs.
    Good call, never thought of it like that. You only own the license to play it.

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    Even if you buy a game on a CD/DVD/whatever, you still haven't actually "bought" it, just a licence to play it.

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    If you have downloaded the game, you own that copy. Therefore it does fall under the classification system. You are more limited in selling it on than with a physical copy, but you still own a copy.

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    teelo7 wrote:
    Even if you buy a game on a CD/DVD/whatever, you still haven't actually "bought" it, just a licence to play it.
    But if you have the physical disk, you can still play the game. If the digital license gets revoked, you can no longer play the digital copy.

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    Black Plague*** wrote:
    But if you have the physical disk, you can still play the game. If the digital license gets revoked, you can no longer play the digital copy.
    The flip side of that is you still have the digital version installed. Many games have been removed from PC/Console marketplaces that are still playable.
    If you break your disc though you don't magically get a new copy.
    Both formats have their pros & cons.

    As for buying digital though I was more aiming at customs can't confiscate a digital item!