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Monday, June 7, 2010

Profitable Bug

Most of the time Online Games prohibit selling of in-game items into RWM (Real World Money) like our first love RPG MU, because they claim that it is protected by copyrights. Yeah its true, but to must players playing any game should not only have fun but also find profit in a way that will not put gaming hobby into one's liabilities columns everytime a player receives his paycheck.

It is a fact that these games are protected by law, but is it also a fact that the end users are protected by law? Maybe at some instance or at some country. Talking about copyrights, is their right are really right? Experts says copyrights are more expensive than human rights because it is profitable and less tedious. Yeap that is the reason - PROFIT.

We cannot deny the fact that gaming industry has stepped up higher because of the internet application. And because of this also the problems that are related with online gaming are getting more complex and some are irreversible just like the PK bug of our favorite game MU.

Talking about bugs, don't you think that the authorized personnel should find a way of solving it, rather than making profit out of their malfunctioning service?

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