Discussion in 'Article Discussion' started by brumgrunt, 22 Nov 2012.
from reading elsewhere , they are mainly angered by the gambling games featuring the characters
I see their point. I get offended by Facebook games too.
angered or spotted an opportunity to ask for more money?
Spotted an opportunity to make $80,000,000 by the sound of it
Oh look, someone else who doesn't understand that software by definition is an intangible product. The manner of distribution (disc or digital download) is completely irrelevant.
"...... threatened legal action against Southampton pub The Hobbit back in March, serving it with a cease and desist order over its name. The pub has been trading for more than 20 years"
**** the Tolkien estate.
Wonder what this means for the MERP project that recently got it's c&d from Warner Brothers. According to this case Warner Brothers wouldn't have the rights to a download only game.
No, no, no. It's not the Tolkien estate that applied a cease and desist, it was one of the three companies that where given rights to produce products. Perhaps one could argue that they should / should have stepped in. However, if they were unawares then how would they know to?
Typo in the picture caption- 'Warner Borhters'
The merchandising agreement between the estate and Warner Borhters only covers tangible products.
borhters .. something slipped through the proof read.
Separate names with a comma.