la déclaration des Drois Du Joueur
I would actually re-word the rule that “Gamers shall have the right to expect meaningful updates after a game's release” to something more along the lines of, “If it suits the game design and business model, they should expect meaningful updates.” If, in fact, companies are sticking to the rule of releasing a game in its finished state, then by all accounts companies shouldn’t have to release any updates at all.
If there was any additional “right” that must be added, it should be an 11th rule that gamers have to abide by. And that is, “If most of these criteria are met by the developer and publisher, then the gamer shall not obtain illegal copies of games.” Yes, difficult to enforce and a bit utopian, but that’s really the root of this issue. Many of the rules Stardock and the list’s co-creator Gas Powered Games have outlined are excuses used by pirates to explain their actions; with those addressed, piracy should theoretically be nil. Except for… you know… thieves and whatnot.
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