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This is strictly about what's legal or not legal. He's a cheater, he's an idiot. But is he breaking the law? If what he is posting is the truth, then he should have the legal right to post it. (under most circumstances)jimmywolf said:teaching others how to hack an cheat is never something that should be promoted, the easier you make it for the layman to steal the more like the fool will feign ignorance an gain sympathy to repeat the crimes later. similar to what you doing now trying empathize with him.GeezerGamer said:Poor parenting choices aside, the kid posted actual events. That doesn't mean he gets to keep playing the game. But he has a right to post his nonsense on YouTube. Or do we actually like the idea that companies can dictate legally that we can't expose the flaws in their stuff?
I enjoyed SWTOR. Until they did that Fallen Empire shit. That is NOT Star Wars. Hence, there is no Star Wars game, only one that bears the name but bares little resemblance to the IP.someforumguy said:If SWTOR would die, there will be no Star Wars MMORPG the coming years.
EA has exclusive rights to create Star Wars related games until 2024. And from them you only get microtransaction/lootbox based multiplayer games. Which comes down to SW Battlefront 3 and 4.