Re: Behold the Mods Database! [Beta]
The only problem with this is the actual user agreement with the game, most certainly do not accept modifying their games and by this they can sue those who attempt to mod even games under general user cannot receive money for making these modifications. i think John is right in saying this is a bad idea. i.e. doomsday example if one person finds it others will and it is likely to be exploited along with a hefty lawsuit.nicomon;399133 said:Wouldn't the license thing partially cover that, with the rest of it balanced by the other problem that mentioned? I mean, the people who try to exploit the first problem would be attempting to control the fact that they are getting money from it, while those who don't have no control over whether or not they get money, meaning they aren't depending on it/trying to make money of of something that isn't their's. And preventing these problems from existing long enough for LionHead to notice (should these problems ever happen) is simple, as it could be done by putting a reporting system in place for people to report these things in, with a probable(if not certain... I wouldn't know what the moderators would decide) ban as punishment.