Paying for brands

Bruceongames writes: "In the 1980s it became apparent that you could make a game sell better by borrowing someone else's brand. You could take an average Sinclair Spectrum game and stick a name like Robocop on it and you had an instant hit. And because people were buying a brand you were less likely to be pirated................"

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