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10-24-2010 @ 7:04PM
Agreed. When you play a game single-player, the company should have no say in how you play it. If I want to mod StarCraft so all the zerg units are replaced with ghosts from Pac-Man, if I want to mod WarCraft III so that Thrall talks like Cartman from South Park, if I want to mod Knights of the Old Republic to give myself an army of squirrel Jedi, that's fine. Because it doesn't affect anyone else's game.However, from what I've read about the SC2 lawsuits (and this is obviously the case with Glider), the people getting sued had created and were selling game-breaking programs that gave those who used them an advantage over other players. And that's not right; that is cheating, especially in a competitive game with player rankings like SC2. In this case, I believe Blizzard is in the right to take legal action and I hope the case comes out in their favor.
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