Look, I understand that gaming companies need EULAs (end-user license agreements), because as stupid as it sounds, there needs to be some sort of lawsuit protection from enraged game nerds. But I think it's only fair that if we have to agree to a set of terms before using a product we just paid for, the gaming companies should have to agree to an equal set of terms before accepting our money.
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