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Voyeur II: Watching is not enough… (1996)

Posted at 12:26 on May 16th, 2020 | Quote | Edit | Delete
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By the mid-90s, the few former CD-i exclusive titles were being ported to other systems. This sequel didn't even make it to its original home anymore, but instead, it only came out for MacOS and MS-DOS. A clearer statement about the commercial viability of further CD-i releases couldn't have been possible.


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Posted at 14:01 on August 15th, 2020 | Quote | Edit | Delete
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You know, would not it be kind of strange to go to court with those recordings? Are not they violating some rights? "Your honour, I totally did not want to invade into my neighbours privacy. Just happened to have left my camera on when turning it randomly into their direction. Honestly!" Or does the game give any reasoning?
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Posted at 16:10 on August 15th, 2020 | Quote | Edit | Delete
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Depends on each legal system. In Germany, my understanding is that such recordings may be valid as evidence. What happens in such cases is that the court weighs the violation of privacy versus the crime under investigation. My assumption would be that if it's a recording of someone being killed, as in this case, it will be accepted. (I'm not a lawyer.)

I remember in the first part, you were a private detective who received the task to spy on the bad guy from a mysterious, unnamed client. I.e. no moral rationale at all. In this game, honestly, I don't remember.
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