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Desc:Game footage was taken from YouTube, then Fox DMCA's any Double Dribble clips on YouTube.
Category:Business, Video Games
Tags:Family Guy, unfunny, copyright, DMCA, double dribble
Submitted:Hugo Gorilla
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Unlucky there's a family guy.
Caminante Nocturno
Seth McFarlane fixed things so the original video is back online. It sounds like this was a dick move on Youtube's part more than on Fox's part.
Youtube controversy aside, holy shit this show just gets lazier and lazier.

My thoughts exactly Cena. Is there even an actual joke or any creative writing at all here in this longer than a minute clip?

All I'm seeing is literal recorded video game footage and random banter between the characters in the background. Is this supposed to be funny to people who like Lets Plays?

Maggot Brain
If they had done this in the show it would have been clever.
As much as I detest FG and Fox, acting entitled and enraged about footage of video games being stolen is like, the worst.

It is footage of you playing video games.

Is this how you get old? I don't understand Twitch either, I mean, wouldn't you rather play it yourself?
Caminante Nocturno
Going to play devil's advocate here, watching someone play a game is really the best way to figure out if you'll like a game, especially now that gaming journalism and criticism went from being a joke to being a joke that crawled up its own ass. It's also useful if you've ever wanted to see what a game is like but don't have any intention of buying it.

There are some people who are entertaining to listen to while they play games. It's like a talk radio show, only with a video game happening over it.

When it's a company notorious for taking down any video featuring the tiniest bit of their material, then yes it's bullshit.

What if it was something other than a video game? Footage of you controlling your RC plane? Flying a kite at the beach? Would it be okay if a media conglomerate then used it as stock footage for their popular national TV show?

Spit Spingola
Family Guy's content should just be stolen Let's Plays. Pretty funny drama in any case.
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