Kúsař : The reasons the EULA has changed this much over the past 10 years is because game developers and publishers expect more revenue on it than they did back then. Back in the golden years of gaming, game developers were happy if they sold a few thousand copies and had enough money to just finance their next project. People did pirate games then as well. People have always been pirating. It's not a new thing. It's just that now it is seen as a threat because they don't cash in bucketful. It's all down to being greedy and nothing more/less. This culture is not only prevalent in the games industry. It's everywhere. Money rule too much. And our society will suffer because of it. Something is seriously screwed up when a company does something that they know will cause controversy and mistrust, but still go on with it because they can't let go of the greed. Why do you think we have a financial crisis at the moment? This is just a taste of what to come.