Under Fair Use, could I use an image from a website like this: http://www.videogamer.com/? I am writing reviews for the game, but I am put off by the copyright license of the website, which states:
"All editorial content, graphics, HTML, and other code used to generate pages is protected by Copyright law and may not be copied without the express consent of Pro-G Media Ltd. Use of editorial content, graphics, HTML, and other code used to generate pages which are owned by Pro-G Media Ltd without prior permission is forbidden. All names, brands, associated imagery and artwork are trademarks and/or copyrighted materials of their respective owners. All rights reserved. Editorial content can be licenced out as part of an automatic feed or for reprinting on a case-by-case basis. For more information, please contact us."
I have, in fact, contacted them - but received no reply. Do I need to wait for a reply, as it is fair use?
I get the feeling this is very similar to simply saying 'All Rights Reserved', which I am also confused by.
Does this mean fair use doesn't apply to websites like this?