What's Happening

Troperville

Tools

collapse/expand topics back to UsefulNotes/DigitalDistribution

arahman56
topic
02:05:46 PM Jun 21st 2012
Just a question about the "Honesty Model": it talks about payment *after* downloading. However, it doesn't hold true for Minecraft, listed as an example: you need to pay before you get access to the full version. The free access to the classic version is no different than the shareware/demo model that's been being used for a long time.
Azaram
04:51:41 AM Sep 13th 2012
I came here to post the same thing. Going to take it out.

DreamingApe
topic
01:59:51 AM Apr 19th 2010
are we allowed to mention that there's a weird thing going on regarding digital distribution in europe? like when amazon cd's/books and movies are available everywhere, but digital files are geoblocked due to license restrictions?
Bisected8
03:05:24 AM Apr 19th 2010
A paragraph on it couldn't hurt if you know the subject well. As long as the author sticks to the facts and avoids political commentary.
back to UsefulNotes/DigitalDistribution

TV Tropes by TV Tropes Foundation, LLC is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 3.0 Unported License.
Permissions beyond the scope of this license may be available from thestaff@tvtropes.org.
Privacy Policy