CD Projekt RED Waves Goodbye to DRM
The developer behind The Witcher has been a poster child for the industry's struggle with piracy. These days, the path is clear.
The Great Escape of 30,000 Steam Keys
How an attempt to give away free copies of Wadjet Eye's Blackwell Deception went haywire, and tens of thousands of keys disappeared into the night.
The Guns of Navarro: Reversal of Fortune
Microsoft's changes to its Xbox One DRM policies were undoubtedly shocking. Alex sifts through the ashes to see what it all means.
Maxis Apologizes for SimCity Launch Issues
Studio is promising changes, and offers a free game, too.
Ubisoft Ditching Its Intrusive DRM For PC Games
Company finally responds to endless condemnation of its DRM policies.
Blizzard Lifts Odd 72-Hour Diablo III Digital Purchase Restrictions
When you buy Diablo III, you'll gain access to the whole buffalo.
If You're So Inclined, Steam Now Offering From Dust Refunds
Ubisoft appears to have told the service to give customers their money back.
Following Backlash, Ubisoft Promises to Ditch From Dust's DRM
Ubisoft promises a patch is coming to make the game completely playable offline.
From Dust, DRM and Why Ubisoft Can Only Blame Itself
Players are furious with the publisher over its handling of From Dust on PC. They should be.
Driver: San Francisco on PC Marks Return of Always-On DRM
Ubisoft is reviving one of its much maligned DRM policies.
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