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Filed under: XBOX ONE, MICROSOFT, SONY, PS4, DRM
There's a whole wave of messages that are pointed directly at Sony, asking the industry giant to disregard its always-online requirements and pre-owned blocks with the upcoming PlayStation 4 console. Sony is still considering whether or not to adopt the always-online technology and it still hasn't been decided if a mandatory fee will be attached to used game sales...
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Filed under: THE WITCHER 3, DRM
DRM has been extremely controversial during the past few years. Although it appears all developers love the idea, that's simply not true. Well, at least The Witcher 3's developer, CD Project RED, thinks it's an atrocious idea. Hatred of DRM was shown by project lead Konrad Tomaszkiewicz during an interview with Forbes...
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It's gonna happen eventually, just wait and see... AT COMIC: Never Offline
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SimCity has just been released on PCs and the very first wave of reviews is already in. Apparently, critics are praising the resurrected city-building franchise, expressing that the game is definitely a step up since the last outing - SimCity Societies...
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Filed under: UBISOFT, DRM, PC GAMING, PC GAMES
Took them long enough, but publisher Ubisoft finally decided to scrap its much criticized always-on DRM scheme, which frequently caused massive complaints from PC users. Basically, users couldn't log into their PC games without a constant Internet connection and if the connection got lost during the game, players would often be left without saved progress...
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Here's a quick reminder for those of you who appreciate solid platformers. Rayman Origins for PC is available for purchase both in North America and the United Kingdom. Word is: "When the Glade of Dreams is overrun by "nefurrious" Darktoons, the Fairy Council hastily invokes Rayman to save the day; but the hero of light isn't quite all there...
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The folks over at development studio BioWare have revealed some details about the DRM for the PC edition of Mass Effect 3, which is slated to arrive early next month. Word is that the third installment in the popular sci-fi series utilizes a one-time online activation, after which there's an unlimited number of installs...
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Finally. Ubisoft confirmed that they are bringing the lovely, cartoon-style platformer, Rayman Origins, to the PC (it's also one of those games I played in 2011, but just couldn't find the time to review - I'll make up for that, you have my word)...
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Okay, for all of you who are playing The Witcher 2: Assassins of Kings right now, here's a useful bit of info. CD Projekt just released a patch for the game, offering a few changes. Here are some of the major changes: Added Troll Trouble DLC Fixed DLC download issues...
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If you're looking forward to playing Super Street Fighter IV Arcade on the PC, be prepared to be online all the time. Without a constant internet connection and a Games for Windows account, out of the 39 available characters (all unlocked from the start), you will only have access to 15, and other limited features...
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It appears that The Witcher 2: Assassins of Kings will feature use SecuROM copy-protection for the game's retail version, which, as they say is the least intrusive way to protect its content from piracy. This was confirmed by CD Projekt during the CDP Days 2011 Spring Conference...
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Just a quick not on our earlier report about the Dragon Age: Origins DRM not working. According to an update on BioWare Social Network the server issue has been resolved. BioWare's update is short and to the point: "This should now be fixed - please login and retry."
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According to a report from a very outraged Ars Technica, the author of the article is still locked out of playing Dragon Age: Origins since April 9, as have other users. This is as a result of BioWare's authentication servers failing. Word from [H]ard-OCP is that the...
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Good Old Games announced that it's going to be a sole DRM-free distributor of the Digital Premium Edition of The Witcher 2: Assassins of Kings. As a sister company to CD Projekt RED. GOG's copy of The Witcher 2 will not contain any DRM, unlike all other versions of the Digital Premium Edition...
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Filed under: PIRACY, DRM, GAMING, VOTING POLL
According to people who took part in our recent voting poll, piracy is 'good' because, well, games are too expensive. That's at least how we've put things in our poll. Here are the final results: All things considered, piracy is: Good, because games are too expensive...
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