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RPGCast - Episode 360: "Talk Like A Pirate With The Privateers"

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edited September 2015 in Latest Updates
RPGCast - Episode 360: "Talk Like A Pirate With The Privateers"

Alice delivers missiles and then takes a shower. Anna Marie crosses her exes and upgrades her goggles. Chris kickstarts all the games and laments over not being able to play all the shmups. Oh and TGS.

You can find the shownotes here: https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1hLXOun1ZxUP6E_vRgsLTdrSzy7q-h4iCHJt3EDYuKRs/pubhtml

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Comments

  • VictarVictar Member Full Members
    I was going to suggest playing Hyrule Warriors or Splatoon for Extra Life, if you have access to a Wii U. But lately, Nintendo has been taking an aggressive stance over alleged infrigements of its IPs.

    The Pokemon Company has filed suit against a Pokemon-themed PAX party that does not turn a profit:

    http://www.geekwire.com/2015/interview-pokemons-lawsuit-to-block-fan-party-came-without-warning-or-profits/

    Nintendo has cracked down on tool-assisted speedruns of Mario games on YouTube:

    http://kotaku.com/creator-of-hardest-super-mario-world-level-ever-says-co-1729624158

    And then there's Nintendo's Content Program, which you have discussed before.

    Is it unreasonable to be concerned that streaming gameplay for charity could get you in legal trouble?
  • PawsPaws Purr RPGamer Staff
    Is it unreasonable? No? Is it going to? No. We're comparing a lot of kiwi and pomegranate to apples here. TAS are done with ROMs and emulators, and while I'm sure someone's going to argue how it's "OK" if you own the game and system, ownership of the games forbids such actions in their manuals ("user agreement") and the law has not come down on the user's side at this time.

    Moreover, while the party may not have made a profit, they were blatantly utilizing a company's trademark for promotional purposes without permission. That's just a no-no. Furthermore, I question the idea that there was no contact prior to the suit; IANAL, but I'd imagine their case would suffer legally without some evidence they made an effort to ask him to knock it off. I also suspect there's some argument to be made that even if the party wasn't making money, it WAS charging fees so money was involved.
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