Which is why they even try DRM in the first place. It's a nasty vicious cycle, but piracy is not the answer. Ever.kirok said:Well, like nearly every other single player game I am sure it will be available to torrent with all these DRM issues fixed on release day anyways.
It was a bad choice to say what they are going to do. Now the pirate can think of what they do. (Which, in most cases, would have the game codex thingy that requires the servers would be re-routed to a server on the hard-drive.)
I am going to hit you, and then you are going to thank me.Andy Chalk said:The publisher pointed out that it would allow players to install their games on an unlimited number of PCs and access their saved games from any of them, because saves would be stored remotely.
It's not like it really matters anyways, Ubisoft has never made a good PC port, so it just gives gamers more of a reason for them not to go to Ubisoft. Lets just pray to god that no other big publisher thinks this is a good idea, cause then we are really fucked.Hiphophippo said:That's that then isn't it? No PC ubisoft games for me from this point on. I'm not even going to make a big deal out of it.
That's just the way it is if they take this route.
I think this is the main reason this idea sucks. Legitimate users will have to deal with this nonsense, while pirates (you know, the people these measures are supposed to be targeted at) will download a crack and never suffer any of the ill effects.Xhu said:That is a terrible idea. Simply terrible. And the worst part is that the only people who will have to deal with it are those who legally purchase the game.
But you don't have to be connected to XBL to play the game. You put the disc in and it is guaranteed work... excluding RROD of courseDahaka27 said:This is why I buy games of this type for console, no BS there unless you count XBL.....