Prime Minister gives his views on Resistance controversy

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  1. MIG-31

    MIG-31 Old time Member.. Staff Member

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    Source: Eurogamer
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    Tony Blair has given his response to the complaints expressed by the Church over Resistance: Fall of Man, telling parliament that companies must take responsibility for the impact their products have.

    During today's Prime Minister's Questions Tony Lloyd, MP for Manchester Central, began his question by observing, "When large organisations like Sony find their copyright has been breached, they're very quick to use the law."
     
  2. Mazuko

    Mazuko Well-Known Member

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    So childish I mean really does it matter? There has been images of churches in video games for I can't even begin to count how many years and how many titles. The CoE only picked on Resistance because it is doing well and depicts ENGLAND and not some church in the USA or elsewhere in the world. I mean really? If any "religious organization" I expected to go after a company for depicting their churches I would expect the Roman Catholic Church to do such as they have in the past for various other things, but not the CoE!
     
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    Heaven forbid any of them watch the movie Boondock Saints.
     

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