Mayhem64 wrote:But that can't be right. Games are sealed when you buy them, you can't read the manual before purchase. How can you agree to something without reading it? (as you state, tbf).
It's true. It's also why EULAs are technically illegal because you have already bought the product before you agree to the terms of a program's use and limitations (during the install for example). In the legal terms specified in video game manuals etc (but not books and films as noted) then it is the license to play the game via your purchase, not own it.
#9352563, By CosmicFuzz Next generation of consoles incoming.
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