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I am still referring to the "Fair Use Policy" paying attention to the "Critical Comment, Nature, Market impact, and parody" sections of the policy. By posting video game footage, I mean posting entire video games (from beginning to end) with included music score, etc. Additionally, I will give credit to the makers (in their entirety). For instance, if I were to post the entirety of a video game online, with me commentating over it, would I be legally protected from any lawsuits because I commented on the material?
I also am wondering if parodying the material would further protect me from lawsuits because of the "parody" subsection of the "Fair Use Policy." I know some game companies cannot give permission because of their position, so I do not want to infringe on that and their business.Moreover, I know about the permission ability, but some game companies do not have the right to give any individual a complete right to their games. So, in what I would be doing, a "Let's Play" of a video game, I would, for instance, show the video game footage itself and the surrounding music, but with my comment, parody-nature, and lack of market impact. Additionally, I know that I my video may be taken down and I may counteract. If I do counteract and get into trouble, I know that I can still be sued. I'm merely asking if the "Fair Use Policy" and its subsections are good defenses that would enable me to win in said situation.