What legally makes a game a parody. How much would I have to distort reality to make sure the game is considered a parody. Also, can I use the real-life names, attributes (characteristics) and real-life events involving celebrities in the game. If I'm making money off the game can I be sued by the celebrities? Can they claim that my game is libel?Will adding an "All persons fictitious disclaimer" solve this problem. such as - "all characters and events in this game, even those based on real people, are entirely fictional"
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