Wednesday , 30 July 2014

Joyland, Unlicensed Warcraft/Starcraft Theme Park in China

Photos of Chinese unlicensed Warcraft/Starcraft theme park called Joyland.

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  • Sarkazmo

    Wow, the Chinese stole something else? No news there. They’ve stolen their bullet train design from Japan, their newest fighter jet is nothing but stolen technology from all over the world, and they’ve copied an entire European mountain village as a tourist spot.

    Chinese gold farmers/item sellers feed like parasites off of MMOs (Massively Multiplayer Online games) illegally selling game items and in-game monies. They bring nothing to these games but dishonesty and ruin as their gold selling damages the in-game economies devaluing those monies for the players that actually pay for and play the game honestly.

    This making of an unlicensed theme park based on Blizzard’s awesome games doesn’t even surprise me in the least. Blizzard had to bend over backwards to get approval for World of Warcraft in China from the Chinese government. They had to change the game in many ways to get the government’s approval. Will the Chinese government do anything to stop this theft of intellectual property? I doubt it.