Message wrote:As for being able to install Tsukihime English without a legal copy, there is little we can do about that. As I've said before, there is no such thing as a perfect copy protection. However, it should be clear that ALL our translations should only be used on legal copies of the games. Since you appear to be of good intentions I will let you off the hook for now, but you are in clear breach of the Tsukihime English license agreement by having installed it using an illegal copy of the game. You agreed to the license when you installed the translation, so please live up to that agreement and buy the game before playing.
Well, Tsukihime doesn't have a copy protection to begin with, as you don't need the CD after installing the game. And even if it had one, any copy protection that was around in 2001 is ridiculously easy to bypass even without using cracks. Even nowadays all copy protections except StarForce can be bypassed without cracks just as easily, though the means to do so are slightly more limited than in 2001 but that is less relevant due to increases in storage capacity. But I guess I shouldn't say more.. however, I'm really surprised that bloodmoon doesn't know about these methods.