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#ActualStormynature

Posted 01 June 2013 - 02:44 PM

The thing is, we are not a big studio. In fact, we're a very small one. I was wondering, is it possible that for us, the licenses for these vehicles would be cheaper than for a big studio? Is there a way of getting them cheaper?

 

An article (or two) that may be of interest to you

 

Chrysler LLC's Dodge, which has category-exclusive sponsorship of the "Defiance" TV show and online game for PC, PlayStation 3, and Xbox 360

 

The use of Porsche and Ferrari in games and recent shenanigans of the licence holders

 

Fictional Car brands

 

 

These next articles, whilst not directly pertaining to cars does pertain to issues of first amendment rights Vs the usage of trademarked products in games...this area is however a relatively recent development and the legalities are by no means resolved as of yet.

 

EA Invokes First Amendment Protection for Video Games in Trademark Dispute with Helicopter Maker

EA refuses to licence guns and war paraphernalia in its action games this year

 

How this would apply outside of the US legal system is also an unresolved issue.

 

 

on a completely trivial note:

 

 

Catching fire — certain, we call then thermal events — we don’t want happening if there’s no reason.

 

Does this count as a reason???????????


#5Stormynature

Posted 01 June 2013 - 02:42 PM

The thing is, we are not a big studio. In fact, we're a very small one. I was wondering, is it possible that for us, the licenses for these vehicles would be cheaper than for a big studio? Is there a way of getting them cheaper?

 

An article (or two) that may be of interest to you

 

Chrysler LLC's Dodge, which has category-exclusive sponsorship of the "Defiance" TV show and online game for PC, PlayStation 3, and Xbox 360

 

The use of Porsche and Ferrari in games and recent shenanigans of the licence holders

 

Fictional Car brands

 

 

These next articles, whilst not directly pertaining to cars does pertain to issues of first amendment rights Vs the usage of trademarked products in games...this area is however a relatively recent development and the legalities are by no means resolved as of yet.

 

EA Invokes First Amendment Protection for Video Games in Trademark Dispute with Helicopter Maker

EA refuses to licence guns and war paraphernalia in its action games this year

 

How this would apply outside of the US legal system is also an unresolved issue.

 

 

on a completely trivial note:

 

 

Catching fire — certain, we call then thermal events — we don’t want happening if there’s no reason.

 

Does this count as a reason???????????

 

 

 

 

 



 


#4Stormynature

Posted 01 June 2013 - 02:33 PM

The thing is, we are not a big studio. In fact, we're a very small one. I was wondering, is it possible that for us, the licenses for these vehicles would be cheaper than for a big studio? Is there a way of getting them cheaper?

 

An article (or two) that may be of interest to you

 

Chrysler LLC's Dodge, which has category-exclusive sponsorship of the "Defiance" TV show and online game for PC, PlayStation 3, and Xbox 360

 

The use of Porsche and Ferrari in games and recent shenanigans of the licence holders

 

Fictional Car brands

 

 

This next article, whilst not directly pertaining to cars does pertain to issues of first amendment rights Vs the usage of unlicensed products ingames...this area is however a relatively recent development and the legalities are by no means resolved as of yet.

 

First Amendment Vs Trademarks

 

 

 

on a completely trivial note:

 

 

Catching fire — certain, we call then thermal events — we don’t want happening if there’s no reason.

 

Does this count as a reason???????????

 

 

 

 

 



 


#3Stormynature

Posted 01 June 2013 - 02:32 PM

The thing is, we are not a big studio. In fact, we're a very small one. I was wondering, is it possible that for us, the licenses for these vehicles would be cheaper than for a big studio? Is there a way of getting them cheaper?

 

An article (or two) that may be of interest to you

 

Chrysler LLC's Dodge, which has category-exclusive sponsorship of the "Defiance" TV show and online game for PC, PlayStation 3, and Xbox 360

 

The use of Porsche and Ferrari in games and recent shenanigans of the licence holders

 

Fictional Car brands

 

 

This next article, whilst not directly pertaining to cars does pertain to issues of first amendment rights Vs the usage of unlicensed products ingames...this area is however is relatively recent development and the legalities are by no means resolved as of yet.

 

First Amendment Vs Trademarks

 

 

 

on a completely trivial note:

 

 

Catching fire — certain, we call then thermal events — we don’t want happening if there’s no reason.

 

Does this count as a reason???????????

 

 

 

 

 



 


#2Stormynature

Posted 01 June 2013 - 01:36 PM

The thing is, we are not a big studio. In fact, we're a very small one. I was wondering, is it possible that for us, the licenses for these vehicles would be cheaper than for a big studio? Is there a way of getting them cheaper?

 

An article (or two) that may be of interest to you

 

Chrysler LLC's Dodge, which has category-exclusive sponsorship of the "Defiance" TV show and online game for PC, PlayStation 3, and Xbox 360

 

The use of Porsche and Ferrari in games and recent shenanigans of the licence holders

 

Fictional Car brands

 

 

 

on a completely trivial note:

 

Catching fire — certain, we call then thermal events — we don’t want happening if there’s no reason.

 

Does this count as a reason???????????

 

 

 

 

 



 


#1Stormynature

Posted 01 June 2013 - 01:22 PM

The thing is, we are not a big studio. In fact, we're a very small one. I was wondering, is it possible that for us, the licenses for these vehicles would be cheaper than for a big studio? Is there a way of getting them cheaper?

 

An article that may be of interest to you

 

Chrysler LLC's Dodge, which has category-exclusive sponsorship of the "Defiance" TV show and online game for PC, PlayStation 3, and Xbox 360

 


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