Always-On and DRM: Who Owns Your Video Games?

MWEB GameZone writer, Del Angharad, takes a look at where real ownership of video games lands with the Digital Rights Movement.

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DesVader2014d ago

This DRM stuff is getting too much. EA just dropped the online pass issue, so I hope that sends a message. This paragraph I though was frightening:

"Microsoft have even filed a patent for a Kinect-based system that counts people in the room watching a movie to make sure you are not showing it to too many people so as for it to be regarded as a public showing."

What the hell? Really?

PandaMcBearface2014d ago

Gots to be a pirate these days. Mostly for the cutlasses and talking parrot sidekick.

plut0nash2014d ago

At the end of the day it's more about the money making than anything else. I don't think piracy is that big that such drastic measures needed to be taken.