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Would patches (NOT complete downloads) to uncensor songs be allowed?


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Something about a Green Day song with lyrics railing against consumerism being censored in order to make it a more marketable microtransaction in a video game just feels incredibly wrong to me... not only does it lessen the enjoyment of playing the song, it just leaves me feeling empty and depressed in general.

 

I was thinking I was going to figure out how to unpack it, put in the original audio and lyrics, and repack it up.  (And any other censored songs I come across..)

 

Would I be allowed to post patches?  Only people that already had the DLC would be able to use it, it would just modify the files in place, so it wouldn't enable piracy or any of that.

 

 

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@@JustinAiken No

 

As a side note, it's the copyright holder that choose what audio does it gives to Ubisoft. So it's sometimes the artist that decides to give the censored audio but it's never Ubisoft that ask for it.

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