I think you do for America II, but I'm not sure. You might want to submit an RFQ and see what they say. Most distributors seem to focus on large quantities and manufacturing-related supply chain contracts and stuff, because that's where the real money is. Digi-Key is usually pretty good for small quantities, they just charge $5 extra if your subtotal is under $20 or $25 (can't remember which). AFAIK the following companies will also do small orders:
Quick now, tell me which country this site is supposed to cover. Oh yeah, Europe... wait a second!You will see many pirate sites with disclaimers stating "you are legally entitled to make one backup...." etc. But they misrepresent the facts. The law states you may make a backup "Where it is necessary". This clause was added at the time of the 16-bit machines, because of the volatility of floppy discs.
Yep, turns out that $30-40 on top of the production cost is pure gravy for the retailer, and they're all conspiring to fix prices...Publishers and developers make mere pennies per sale of an original game.
Now, just in case you haven't been paying attention, that means that a whole lot of money that nobody got was invested into criminal and terrorist groups. Those bastards are getting more clever all the time...It is estimated that the industry lost in excess of Â£3 billion pounds to the pirates last year. If you use illegal software, then you contributed towards that three billionâ¦ large sums of that money could have quite easily (and probably has) been invested in the IRA, the Maffia, Triad gangs, money laundering rackets, prostitution ringsâ¦ how do you feel about that?
Erm.... think again. Here is a real news bulletin from april 22nd this year:Originally posted by ExCyber@June 04 2002,03:12
I'm inclined to think that this ELSPA site is a joke.