by MacAddictXIV @, Seattle WA, Tuesday, January 15, 2019, 10:14 (622 days ago) @ Cody Miller
edited by MacAddictXIV, Tuesday, January 15, 2019, 10:32

To erase parts of the game you don’t want anymore, like Dinklebot or the original mission order?

For some of us, yes. And it's the developers right to do so.

So I guess you are cool with not having an official HD version of the Original Star Wars Trilogy. It's Lucas' right after all.

Media is different than software. Media doesn't stop working when it gets a bug.

No, fuck that. I'm going to download the scan of the technicolor print because someone had a physical copy.

It's as much our right to preserve art and culture as is their right to change shit.

No, it's our right to consume what they make. If they choose to make something else, it's then up to us choose whether to continue to consume it. That's it. Destiny is their property to do whatever they want with. It might be partly, key word partly, art and culture but it's still THEIR property. You can buy a piece art and preserve it. But you can't buy a Disc of of Destiny and presume to alter or change it. There is a reason why there are user agreements for software.

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