Entries in 'drm' (71)
The in-built microphone in the new version of Kinect shipping with Xbox One will always be listening to you.
Upcoming RPG epic The Witcher 3 will be free of the shackles of DRM on PC.
The always-on internet requirement of Maxis’ SimCity was never designed as a DRM measure, EA Labels president Frank Gibeau has claimed.
Last weekend's SimCity launch proved to be a trial by fire for EA – but I can only see this situation as one the publishing giant has won.
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.
Despite the fact that SimCity is now working, the online games community continues to target it.
The clock is ticking ahead of the UK launch of SimCity at midnight.
Publisher Ubisoft hopes to become a major player in the PC space with a broader digital store.
An indie game making tool went haywire over the weekend after its anti-piracy DRM developed an unusual problem.
We’re used to server troubles causing issues with games, but borking hardware is a new one.
Following the success of the Humble Indie Bundle initiative, a new digital indie retail offer has launched online.
In what can only be described as a victory for consumers, Ubisoft has scrapped its controversial always-on DRM for PC games.
The PC re-release of Final Fantasy VII was made available for purchase and subsequently pulled this weekend.
Publisher Ubisoft claims it has resolved the loophole in its PC DRM that should prevent hackers from accessing uPlay users' computers.
A potentially very serious issue with the PC DRM employed by Ubisoft seems to have left many gamers susceptible to hackers.
In a no-holds barred interview amidst Diablo III’s ‘always-on DRM’ storm, the developer of The Witcher 2 has blasted the use of digital rights management.
Buyers of EA’s upcoming SimCity PC game will need a constant internet connection to play it.
Popular games download service GOG.com has enjoyed a relaunch of sorts with its focus no longer on simply “good old games”.
Publisher Ubisoft has once again been forced to defend the DRM it chose to implement in one of its PC titles.
Publisher Ubisoft has once again found itself to be the subject of internet rage over its PC gaming DRM strategies.
The PC version of upcoming RPG sequel Mass Effect 3 will, unsurprisingly, require users to download and install EA's Origin games service.
When you think about it, invincible red scorpions should have been employed as an anti-piracy measure long before now.
Digital rights management fails to prevent illegal game sales, says digital download firm Good Old Games.
Ubisoft has decided not to bundle its controversial always-on DRM with upcoming release Assassin’s Creed: Revelations.
It’s always the risk when a game ships with internet-required DRM.