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    Pretty amusing.

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    lol.

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    Of the two evils presented, I hope EA makes them hurt in ways they've never hurt before.

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    Greshark wrote:
    Of the two evils presented, I hope EA makes them hurt in ways they've never hurt before.
    comparing two kinds of shit... stay classy.

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    EA gonna EA.

    Also yeah they most definitally are doing it for the "gaming community and their fans".

    Next Tui add anyone?

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    Yep. I'd guess this will be settled out of court, meaning no precedent will be set for the smaller developers. Ms. Bradshaw isn't exactly celebrated for her ability to spin, though. Only a couple of weeks ago she was lampooned around the internet for suggesting that always-on DRM gives players choice.

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    Good. I'm rooting for EA. EA gets a ton of slack but they're just doing what works, and it sells. Vote with your wallet.

    Zynga, on the other hand, are more or less infringing on copyrights and plagiarising previously released material, which is a no-go to anyone with half a brain.

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    Is anyone going to sue Gameloft next?

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    after watching the video Zynga's infringement is pretty blatant, and EA are well within thier rights to sue them.

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    Norbuck wrote:
    after watching the video Zynga's infringement is pretty blatant, and EA are well within thier rights to sue them.

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    #12
    You can't spell reamed without EA.

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    I don't know who is worse, EA or Zynga. Probably Zynga actually, go EA!

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    Wow this is stupid -I'm pretty sure you can't copyright gameplay mechanics...

    Imagine if this turned into the patent wars going on in the tech sector -the right to make platformers, FPSs, RTSs, RPGs, MMOs etc.

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    Think of the positives. As stupid as it is, if the publishers start suing each other because their games look the same, what will become of the god awful FPSes? Maybe, just maybe, publishers will start to try new things and innovate again, if only not to be sued :P

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    Xev wrote:
    Think of the positives. As stupid as it is, if the publishers start suing each other because their games look the same, what will become of the god awful FPSes? Maybe, just maybe, publishers will start to try new things and innovate again, if only not to be sued :P
    Yeah, no.