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PostPosted: Sat Aug 18, 2007 1:51 am 
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HELP! does anyone know where i can get QFG 4? Buy or Download.

If i have to pay, i want a download link, not a copy sent to me, easier.

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Check eBay or Amazon.com.  Usually you can find the QFG games for sale there (used) rather easily:

in fact..


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You can get the entire QFG collection on Amazon, for about 10 bucks tops.

You will probably have to wait at least three weeks, depending where you live.

Ebay is overated. I like Amazon for software and books, there is no bidding, just offers. You find what you want, order it, and boom.

Sometimes with Amazon you get a bad deal, but you get what you pay for, and it gets there on time.

So my eager playing QFG freak, if you want QFG4 free, don't come here and ask for it.


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Isn't sharing from one of us illegal since you basicly have to make a copy and email it to them.

And amazon does not have the collection for less than $100 US.  So what are you talking about?

Even just qfg4 cost at least $15.

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Yes it is. Our rules prohibit spreading illegal software. Ebay and Amazon are the only things we can offer to people seeking the software. Unless someone has additional copies they're interested in selling.

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It's worth the $20.  Just go buy it on Amazon.

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Amazon is the way to go, Ebay you can find rarer things.

Personally I don't like the whole online bidding thing, if I am using my bank info online I like it to be quick. That is why I like the zon.

I see a new deal on the thing every week, I thought I lost my QFG anthology CD six months ago, went up on Amazon, and one used CD was there for about 20 bucks.
In any case, there are many ways to build your collection without breaking any laws, especially on a site that remakes Sierra games.

It may seem like bull, I am sure many people here download music for free. I hope people don't get too used to the whole downloading thing. The media markets are taking a major hit at the moment, I feel there will be some major prosecution in the years ahead, or class action lawsuits from the media moguls, on average users.


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Ibanezrg82 wrote:
It may seem like bull, I am sure many people here download music for free. I hope people don't get too used to the whole downloading thing. The media markets are taking a major hit at the moment, I feel there will be some major prosecution in the years ahead, or class action lawsuits from the media moguls, on average users.


Oh shit! They might get rid of Napster!

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Quest For Glory Fan wrote:
Oh shit! They might get rid of Napster!


LOL just what I was thinking.

Business will always try to stop people from getting their products free...and people will always find a way to do so no matter what the barriers are.  It's old news.

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It's sort of poetic justice, because the countries with the wider range of piracy are usually the countries with the lowests salaries (ej. China, Portugal, Spain...)


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Not really.

What about all of Africa and South America?  

And it's not justice when the victims have nothing to do with poor people in Asia.

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Yes, some countries in South America have piracy, but few games make it into South Africa, but look at Portugal and Spain, in the EU, they have the lower salaries.


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I think the causal link is 'poor legislation', not low salaries ;)

But geez, who cares about download links for QFG games (apart from AGDI getting in trouble for allowing it, of course). Vivendi didn't even release them with the 'Quest' rereleases.

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Fargus2 wrote:
Yes, some countries in South America have piracy, but few games make it into South Africa, but look at Portugal and Spain, in the EU, they have the lower salaries.


And?

Spain is doing better than 80% of the world.  And they are not the poorest of the EU.

I do not see your point at all.

I make little money compared to a lot of Americans.  Is it justice if I download games for free?

As for justice...
It doesn't matter if you are rich or poor when the victim is not linked to the cause of your wealth.

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Brian: It almost sounds like the argument is either that poor people are more likely to be criminals, or that South Americans are :P

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Actual illegal downloads and copying is bigger in the US than anywhere else. Actual piracy-syndicates seem to be ruled by the east.


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