Quote: "The thing about publishers of games is, unlike any other industry in the world, if they feel entited to your money for some reason, then they will come after you. In this situation you are selling a game that you’ve already bought and played. That means that the game has been paid for, by all the laws of men. At that point in time, your business with the publisher has concluded and you ought to be free to do with that game as you please.
Unfortunately, many publishers still consider a game to be their property, where you are only licensing the product that they’ve given to you. Thus, you are paying for the license to own that product, rather than actual ownership. "