I never really gave it a chance but this guy covered most of what I imagine I would say I have my fair share of disagreements with his approach to the world at times but this we would likely say much the same for. A music publisher saying a dev can no longer sell a game they pressed already would be shitty, in this brave new world of digital games then I can see each copy sold being a new instance and thus time limited contracts become a thing. That said I imagine music peeps got caught out by the massive rise of games, and they certainly saw skateboarding fly under the radar for years (watch basically any 90s/early 2000s video, even the big boys and power players in the industry, and wonder how they licensed the music there. Shortcut if you don't fancy watching them http://www.skatevideosite.com/index.php?page=skatevideos&sort=year&p=28 ). What bothers me more is when franchises (not necessarily of games) get sold and old games in them get delisted and such. I understand it is the nature of contract law and licensing agreements, and would be more than happy for the money to go to the newer owners and such. Equally when sports games get such things then you also get something similar (and then EA makes their sports games I generally find quite peh).