Finally read the EULA

Discussion in '3DS - Games & Content' started by cracker, Nov 6, 2014.

  1. cracker
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    cracker Nyah!

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    I had to laugh when I saw this. Could you imagine the shitstorm if the Big N flipped a killswitch on 3DSes that anyone who ever ran a Launcher.dat (hb or otherwise). Just had to share this for anyone (most people) who blindly accept the agreement. :lol:

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  2. OrGoN3

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    cracker Nyah!

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    Thanks for that link. I figured I would be late to the party by now but I didn't get hits on searching the verbiage. I know there was some hoopla about the Wii U having the same type of ToS with its updates but didn't see anything about previous gen Nintendo systems.

    A mod can merge this to that thread if they want — for the screenshot.
     
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    That's okay I don't plan on hacking my 2DS.
     
  5. zero2exe

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    More than a "killswitch" I see it as Ninty's way of saying "If you fuck up playing to be a hacker don't come crying to us later"
     
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    sarkwalvein More coffee, please!

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    Meh, same restrictive EULA as ever, it wouldn't probably stand in a court anyway.