> a huge legal barf of dubious legal enforcability appeared
It actually makes sense to provide the EULA contents this way for everybody to read, opposed to providing it only to purchasers who can view it only after the fact.
Yes, but it isn't a EULA. It has EULA like-qualities at the start, but not afterward. More like an extremely vaguely worded statement of how you can't possibly hold Hyperion to account if you happen to break any laws with your use of this product.
Such as if you buy it in America or use it on an emulator, hint hint.
> I'm hearing reports that pricing in dollars is no longer available.Quote:
No need to rely on reports. Simply trying it yourself you can see that MyCommerce provides selection of each and every currency this world offers, including US dollars.
Not quite the same as being able to buy it from the US in US dollars.