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Topic # 198619 16-Jul-2016 13:05
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Hello, I am selling my oculus rift cv1 which came with 2 free games - Eve Valkyrie and Lucky's tale. I had to make an Eve account to redeem the game and Lucky's tale was downloaded via my oculus account. My question is can I re-sell these games or not?
Thanks kindly.

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  Reply # 1593527 16-Jul-2016 13:11
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Do the terms and conditions you accepted to download the games say anything?


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  Reply # 1593528 16-Jul-2016 13:16
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Best guess would be no as you have redeemed both games.

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  Reply # 1593556 16-Jul-2016 15:49
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I believe Lucky's Tale is free for anyone who makes an account on Oculus Home, but EVE Valkyrie's code will be tied to the account, so unless you give them your account, they won't be able to use it.

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  Reply # 1593564 16-Jul-2016 16:11
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You can't sell what you do not own. You are not able to transfer the license either.



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  Reply # 1594266 18-Jul-2016 08:41
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You dont tend to "own" any games these days, just a license giving you permission to play them.

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