I love the irony of Tetris being used to promote the sanctity of intellectual property (2:06).
I can imagine this being used today.
"Billy! What are you doing? Don't you remember what the video said?"
"These are DVD's mom."
It's no wonder piracy is such a problem.
That video was bad even for the 90s.
I think 9 out of every 10 Commodore 64 games that I own are a direct result of my older cousin's copying benefaction. Mille grazie, Brandon.
This is as old as the hills, and so is discussion of it.
It was sufficiently trendy that they even cooked up an official (and very bizarre) sequel to it two and a half years ago.
"There is much pleasure to be gained from useless knowledge." --Bertrand Russel (attributed)
I have a boxed arcade stick for SNES and Genesis that has the exact same design as one of the backgrounds used behind the horrible rapper.
When I first saw it I knew I was staring in a vortex of space/time back to 1992.
Mastermind of a new show.
Skip to 3:12 for some power-mullet action!
Time to copy this video to a DVD ... I wonder how much this guy is freaking out about today's piracy problem.
Edit: Wait never mind I just finished watching the video and now it says I have permission to copy... LAME. lol
Last edited by Gunstar Hero; 03-11-2012 at 06:57 PM.
Unlawful search and seizure.
Search with out a warrant
YEP..... but they aren't nearly as bad as making a DVD R copy of Shin Megami Tensei Nocturne....
which I am going to go make an ISO of out of spite RIGHT NOW
Last edited by Retrocade Fantasia; 05-02-2012 at 11:31 AM.
It is an inviolable law that anytime someone or something tries to be cool they or it will fail, and miserably so.
I think the world is ready for part 3.