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Submitted by -Mezzo- 810d ago | opinion piece

What 'SimCity' And Always-Online DRM Mean For Video Game Reviews

Forbes - If you’re going to make an always-online game that doesn’t necessarily need to be always-online (traditional MMORPGs, for instance, only function online; Diablo 3 and SimCity could easily be made to function offline) you’d better get your ducks in a row first. (PC, SimCity)

Root  +   810d ago
I just wish they would let people go offline with it

If they do that then I'll buy it but for now....screw them
The best selling pc game diablo uses drm.

smh..

So I am sure EA think drm is not problem.
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