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6-29-2009 @ 7:58PM
What I would like to know, is if those games that make money by selling micro-transactions will be effected. Can't think of any great examples right now but doesn't Maple Story use a Micro-transaction method? Is it now illegal for the game developer to sell items to it's own playerbase?
6-29-2009 @ 8:10PM
i'm thinking of games like Second Life where the whole point is to buy vitual things with real money. will that be ban?and also all the games that have downloadable content like guitar hero, spore, the sims, etc. that all falls under being illegal from what it sounds like
6-29-2009 @ 8:11PM
I was actually about to write something similar, I'm curious as to how this will impact all the "Free to play" games that live off microtransactions. I figure a Gamer is a Gamer regardless of where you're from.
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