Entries in 'always-on' (19)
Sony never believed that an always-on was a viable option for the PlayStation 4.
A new NPD report has found that the number of players gaming online – along with the number of hours spent by those players online – has increased significantly.
Yannis Mallat, the CEO of developer Ubisoft Montreal, has claimed that the market IS ready for an always-on next-generation of consoles.
A new report now claims that the new Xbox WILL be able to play games when not connected to the internet.
Do you remember that guy who went mental about Diablo III on YouTube?
Will Xbox 720 require an always-on internet connection? It's possibly the biggest question in console gaming right now.
Reports claim the Xbox 720 may use an ‘always-on’ connection to prevent players from using second-hand games – and it’s not sitting well with the High Street.
Whether you like the sound of it or not, at the very least you must understand the motivation behind Microsoft’s online vision for Durango.
Some might expect the main lesson to be learnt from the launch of SimCity was the perils of including always-on DRM in your product.
Sony’s next-gen PS4 console will not require a constant internet connection for users to access its features, Sony’s worldwide Studios president has said.
In what can only be described as a victory for consumers, Ubisoft has scrapped its controversial always-on DRM for PC games.
Buyers of EA’s upcoming SimCity PC game will need a constant internet connection to play it.
Ubisoft has decided not to bundle its controversial always-on DRM with upcoming release Assassin’s Creed: Revelations.
The digital release of Crysis on Xbox 360 has DRM? It’s the end of the world! EA are dead to me! I’m going to kill my cat!
PC DRM has again got Ubisoft into a sticky situation with PC gaming fans.
The PC version of Ubisoft's Driver: San Francisco will require players to have a constant internet connection.
Capcom is the latest publisher to experiment with always-on DRM – this time bringing the controversial security measure to its latest PSN release.
Reports that Bulletstorm would feature always-on DRM have been proven false.
Upcoming RTS RUSE will not use Ubisoft’s hotly-debated internet DRM, the publisher has confirmed.