Entries in 'drm' (8)
The start of 2016 was rather positive for anti-piracy specialists Denuvo.
The Sega Saturn was first released in Japan in November 1994. Now, in July 2016, the console’s piracy protection has finally been cracked.
The current king of PC games security is looking a little less secure on its throne.
PC users are now able to link their Steam and GOG accounts and potentially grab some DRM-free games.
Remedy has repeated its comedy anti-piracy measure from Alan Wake in recent PC release Quantum Break.
TinyBuild has condemned the use of DRM to stop illegal downloading, despite its latest game being heavily pirated.
In August it was revealed that the then new Windows 10 would lock out some older disc-based games that used certain DRM methods.
Aging digital rights management software such as SafeDisc and Securom isn’t compatible with Windows 10, meaning many old disc-based games are incompatible.