Blood Money

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Hitman: Blood Money LICENCE AGREEMENT AND LIMITED WARRANTY IMPORTANT - Please read this Licence Agreement carefully. This End-User Licence Agreement ("EULA") is a legal agreement between you and Eidos Interactive Limited ("Eidos" or "we") for the computer game software stated above, which includes computer software and associated media, materials and other documentation together with any updates to the original game software which is provided to you or which you may download from any website or other service authorised by Eidos in order to access and/or use any on-line features and functionality which may be associated with such game ("Software Product"). Copyright and other intellectual property laws and treaties protect this…show more content…
These services may, however, require payment of additional fees and access to and use of such services and other goods or information made available as part of such services may be subject to completion of a registration process and acceptance of additional terms and conditions. Importantly, not all purchasers of the Software Product will be able to register or benefit from such services (including Online Features associated with the Software Product). These services may not be available in your country or for any period of time and may, for example, be subject to age restrictions. 4. Termination Without prejudice to any other rights, Eidos may terminate this EULA immediately without notice if you fail to comply with the terms and conditions of this EULA. In the event of termination, you must destroy all copies of the Software Product and all of its component parts including any Software Product stored on the hard disk of any computer. All provisions of this EULA relating to disclaimers of warranties, limitations of liability, remedies, or damages, and Eidos’ proprietary rights shall survive termination. 5. Ownership You only own the media on which the Software Product is recorded. Eidos and/or its licensors shall at all times retain ownership of the
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