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Discussion in 'User Submitted News' started by agentgamma, Dec 19, 2008.
That's odd. The game has been freeware for years, ever since they added support for the Broken Sword games in ScummVM. At the same time they added support for Beneath a Steel Sky, and distributed it freely. Seems Kotaku is a bit out of the loop here.
Yes i though the same
ha ha..fuck the ESA i play ANY GAME when ever i want...the ESA can suck my **** as far as i care about legality..if i want to p lay Full Throttle NOW. i will...no company will say "That game is protected"..