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So I remember clicking on a few Eulas pop-ups on occasion, but I never really paid attention to them. Since the reorganization of the store, I noticed that they were marked during some games and I decided to play one. Here are some interesting things about Shadow Of Mordor that you can`t do: also known as killing your modding community and shortening the lifespan of your game. (1) Copy the product completely to a hard drive or other storage device, even if you can`t save your game and (seriously?) I will point out that designing unauthorized levels is legal (in general; in some cases there may be some problems with reverse engineering), but in most cases the distribution is certainly not, euLA or not. It`s for the same reason that people can`t make unauthorized suites/DLCs – it would be a violation of their copyrights, although there are exceptions of course. As /u/deep_your_throat said, the ESAs mean nothing. These won`t stop people from making mods and making sure that hell won`t stop them from securing their games. Well, I don`t know the law, but I`m pretty sure that the two mentioned above violate consumer rights, at least in the EU. Even though today, technically, it`s “renting a game,” I still don`t see how they can stop you from securing your own things or designing anything. I can understand why they don`t want you to redistribute levels because it might contain resources from the game itself, but come on. Direct help?. .