Even though it`s technically „renting a game“ today, I still don`t see how they can prohibit you from saving your own things or designing anything. I can see why they don`t want you to redistribute the levels, because it might contain resources from the game itself, but come. Direct help? For NFS, it is strange that the need to install the origin to play is not mentioned. If I ask for a refund, I would certainly mention it. The Banner Saga 3 The Crew 2 The Invisible Hours The Witcher® 3: Wild Hunt The Witcher® 3: Wild Hunt Game of the Year The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt – Expansion Pass Raider Tomb Tomb Raider II Tomb Raider III Tomb Raider III Tomb Raider IV Tomb Raider V Tomb Raider: The Angel of Darkness Clan Tomcy`s Ghost® Ghost Recon® Gold Edition Tom Clancy`s Ghost Recon® Wildlands Std Edition Tom Clancy`s Rainbow Six® Tom Clancy`s The Division Gold Edition Tom Clancy`s The Division Season Pass Trials Rising Tropico 6 Two Point Hospital Tyranny™ Archon Edition Tyranny™ Commander Edition Tyranny™ Overlord Edition a.k. and he has to redl every time (seriously?) Kingdom Come: Deliverance Knights Of Pen – Paper 1 The only reliable list of EULAs I could find was a list that EA has published for its games: PRODUCT EA EULAs. (Note: some of the links don`t work.) Seasons After Fall Shady Part of Me Stealth Bastard Deluxe SUPERHOT Steep About Searches: For most AAA games and very popular games, the search for „EULA – “ seems to be working pretty well.