Quoted from Wolfmarsh:
I personally would hope all of that is fair game for the courts. It's not fair to the people who suffered and lost money for someone to jump in and be able to get a game out of it, even if they do assemble it themselves. The parts came from somewhere, the development time was paid for by pre-orders.
Personally, my conscience wouldn't allow me to have any Predator parts or games. I couldn't do that to people I call friends. Some people may not care about that as much and only seek to be selfish and have a game.
It would be different if the predator buyers recovered a game and then all decided to donate it to a pinball museum or something. But it has to be a choice by the people that were hurt.
Agreed 100%. You've got a group of people who are owed a pound of flesh for all of this, and they haven't been made whole yet. Someone coming in and trying to procure a prototype because it's exclusive after all of that is weak sauce.