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No no it's illegal to build a video game or anything based on copyrighted material no matter what it is if you or I aren't the actual owners or given contract rights to do so. I am very surprised that Toei Animation or Toriyama's laywers and other people or even FUNimation haven't shut you guys down. Have you guys received cease and desist letters yet or threats from lawyers or whatever?
Lol money or not, not many people are actually informed on the laws at least in the USA. FUNimation is the USA's official representatives for TOEI Animation and Toriyama's businesses in America on this subject of DB-DBGT. Anything related to those topics goes through them. That's how they are related to this.
Well its not,deal with it
Wow since when can someone just "declare" that something isn't illegal because they haven't been caught yet? surly you can't.
Surely you are a obvious troll who just wanna start drama.
Troll definition means "to literally be intentionally causing problems and arguments with the intent to cause trouble" I am not intending or literally trying to cause problems. I am discussing. If you don't like it don't reply.The person who first starts to disagree is the person is more than likely the troll not the person discussing.
Dude this website are for people who actually want the game to come back
Lol money or not, not many people are actually informed on the laws at least in the USA. FUNimation is the USA's official representatives for TOEI Animation and Toriyama's businesses in America on this subject of DB-DBGT. Anything related to those topics goes through them. That's how they are related to this.Also I am not saying I want this shut down. I am just discussing and surprised it hasn't been shut down yet. It's kinda like skyrim and Oblivion and Morrowing for the Elderscrolls. They were making Morroblivion when they got notices (and they aren't charging or anything and making everything from scratch) of cease and desist. They contacted Bethsda and finally got legal permission in contract to make Skyblivion and Skywind and Morroblivion and anything else. But until they did that they couldn't make what they were doing anymore.
I find that rather surprising, since Bethesda includes the tools for making such mods with their games.And actually, if anything were to be the legal representation of those in the US, it would Viz Media and Bandai-Namco. FUNImation merely licenses the anime. The manga in particular was released without even a glance at FUNImation.Also, there's been an explanation to the legality of the project.
They cant be sued because they are not gaining any money off it and they use a self made clientso there is nothing to sue.
The project has not been given anything that shows illegal actions probaly since its pretty much promoting the new dragon ball z game.
copyright infringement. You don't have to make money for it to be a violation. Simply to "make" something within legal US definition being 60% or more in likeness is an infringement. You don't have to be selling it to be illegal. What country do you live in? If you don't believe me go look up the laws (Federal Only counts)Post Merge: October 28, 2014, 09:39:06 AMyou mean Xenoverse right?
can you please give a link to that explanation?
I think its called fair use?
Here you go.http://dborevelations.com/forums/index.php?topic=1447.0Uh, you realize this game isn't centered in the US anyway, right?The server's owner is Australian.Besides, in all likelihood, the only ones who would complain are FUNImation, which have no legal course here, since it's unrelated to the anime, and was never available in any country where FUNI had it licensed.