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  1. So this happened today. https://www.rockpapershotgun.com/2018/04/26/save-the-last-dance-gta-iv-axes-50-soundtrack-songs/ Dair enough, music licensing for specific time periods and renegotiations over reprints is stand issue stuff. Except they're pullling the music from already bought versions. Now it's sort of a first world problem to complain that a game that's been in your pile of shame for ten years is having content removed but...I own the discs. I don't see why having paid for the game (on the 360) I should suddenly be happy about the soundtrack being removed. (I'd best get busy on doing a playthrough of Red Dead Demption then before 2020!) But this isn't the only situation like this I've encountered of late. I got stung twice by being suddnely locked out of content in Destiny (the second time I just stopped playing / buying expansions.) And recent changes to iOS rendered a good portion of my iOS games suddenyl unplayable. Around the same time as the app store was dropped from itunes making it a lot more difficult to ascertain what I was now missing (including my Llamasoft games, although I understand why Jeff couldn't continue supporting the platform.) Of course the answer is I'm being dreadfully foolish and I should just expect to deal with it. But it really puts me off buying games from certain publishers or on certain platforms and I think that sort of loss of faith could be dangerous for the industry.
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