I seriously need to play this game so I can enjoy this story without all these other guys talking over it. This is really an amazing scene.
Also, some of you might not be able to watch this episode. Because of this:
No, I don’t think I can dispute it. “Fair use” isn’t always applicable in these cases.
While I do get mad at how stupid and brute-force content ID is, that’s not even the most infuriating part of this. It’s the sheer grasping desperation and idiocy of copyright holders that enrages me. This is a tinny rendition of one part of an song with SIX PEOPLE talking over itFour four of us, plus the two in-game people.. It is impossible for this to harm the sales of this song in any way. It can only do good. Here you’ve got a song playing over the emotional climax of a tear-jerking story. That’s not copyright infringement. That’s ADVERTISING. You idiots.
The people running these companies really have no idea what the internet is and how it works, and their ignorant temper-tantrums are a massive waste of time and aggravation for all of us. If nothing else, they should just run an advertisement for the music in question. That would be gross and ugly, but at least SOMEONE would benefit. Right now they are intentionally blocking the only airplay this song is likely to get.This is like locking people out of your store because you’re afraid of shoplifters.
Will you people hurry up and die and leave your media companies to people who know what they’re doing?
 Four four of us, plus the two in-game people.
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