Entries in 'drm' (81)
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.
Far from protecting the games industry, DRM is actually damaging it according to the MD of download site Good Old Games Guillaume Rambourg.
Good old Games is the second most popular digital distributor for PC games. Not bad for a service selling retro and back catalogue titles. MD Guillaume Rambourg spoke to MCV ...
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!
Valve's Gabe Newell has criticised publishers that implement the likes of 'always-on' digital rights management to monetise their games and tackle piracy, claiming they are making a backwards step.
You have to wonder why it bothered in the first place.
PC DRM has again got Ubisoft into a sticky situation with PC gaming fans.
Ubisoft has altered the way digital rights management works in the PC version of Driver: San Francisco after receiving negative feedback.
French publisher Ubisoft has risked stoking the fires of hate towards its controversial PC DRM strategy by proclaiming it a success.
The PC version of Ubisoft's Driver: San Francisco will require players to have a constant internet connection.
Dragon Age fans have accused Electronic Arts and BioWare of hiding controversial DRM measures in their latest release.
Good Old Games has spoken against DRM, saying that some of the anti-piracy measures in use treat consumers like criminals.
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.
Ubisoft has confirmed that it has removed its divisive DRM mechanic from some of its biggest PC titles.