Settlers: Rise of an Empire Discussion
I suggest the devs just focus the protection money on improving the games.
In my honest opinion, the reason why people download games just to get the games is because most of the time, the games get released in different countries first.
For Example, Knights of the Old Republic 2, the US version was released about 3-4 months before the EU version (which was identical by the way).
I honestly don't see the point in waiting for different releases unless there are major bugs.
Also, the crackers tend to crack things that are claimed uncrackable, so i suggest they just stop protecting their products and they will likely get more sales.
Cause if i knew that this game had online activation, i wouldn't have bothered getting it.
Cause once you activate it, you can't install it again...which is not fair at all.
I think, if you buy it, you should be able to do whatever you want with it. (law permitting)
[Edited by JamieK, 9/27/2007 9:40:49 PM]
I dont think "Cause if i knew that this game had online activation, i wouldn't have bothered getting it.
Cause once you activate it, you can't install it again...which is not fair at all." is quite right, for what happens say if your hardrive fails and you lose everything you installed, are you saying that you cannot install this game on a new hardrive ?, for if thats the case, UBI are breaking the law.
I admit I download some games, only to see if I like them, if I dont I dont buy it and if I do I do buy it. I have a small problem with some games, some make me "motion sick" and I cannot see the point in spending £40 on something that I am only able to play for ten minutes before I am sick.
"Cause if i knew that this game had online activation, i wouldn't have bothered getting it.
Cause once you activate it, you can't install it again...which is not fair at all."
That is BS. Pure and utter BS. So if you buy a new machine you wouldn't be able to install the game again? Yeah, right.
And the EU version of KOTOR 2 was not identical to the US version. Maybe the UK version was, for the simple reason that there was no EU version, but localized versions in English, French, German, etc. All the text and the sound had to be translated and dubbed first. That takes a while.
It can get tedious.
But can be worth it sometimes.
For example, if you had unlimited Stone, you will be able to afford building a pure stone walls and gate to defend your main settlement (where your storehouse and cathedral is located) and you wouldn't need to worry about it until the later levels. hehehhe
But i have noticed it crashing alot, not sure if its my rig's current condition, or if its the game or if its the memory editing.
I honestly thank the trainer maker for spending his time making the trainer, but it honestly doesn't help the user much, if at all.
Maybe a trainer with more features will become available.
thanks for the trainer mate.
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