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Submitted by lifesanrpg 717d ago | news

Shroud of the Avatar nears Kickstarter goal, will offer DRM-free offline single player

GameZone writes, "Shroud of the Avatar: Forsaken Virtues, an upcoming RPG from legendary developer Richard Garriott, is less than $100,000 shy of reaching its Kickstarter goal of $1 million. As of the timing of this post, the role-playing game, which looks to revitalize a stale genre, sits comfortably at $901,569 -- with 22 days still to go." (PC, Shroud of the Avatar: Forksaken Virtues)

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DragonKnight  +   717d ago
I approved this because this is just proof that DRM is B.S.

Here is a game being funded by gamers from the guy that is responsible for the Ultima series and it won't have any DRM and offline single player. Is he worried about piracy? Probably. Does he punish consumers for his worries? Nope. And this is someone who DOESN'T have the millions of dollars that a corporation like EA has so what does that tell you?
lifesanrpg  +   717d ago
Well said. Garriott is the man!

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