"AlienLion is that particularly vocal bunch, in front of the angry anti-DRM mob. As someone who always pays for gaming, we perceive the very idea of aggressive DRM insulting, like a stinky finger poking us right in our faces and calling us thieves, while we’ve done nothing wrong.
And we don’t mind publishers doing whatever they have to do, but we constantly feel like victims of someone else’s fight, one that should not involve us to the degree that it does. I mean, now we can’t play games we buy, without Internet? What’s next, a mandatory live stream of a customer representative from India, watching us through a web-cam, making sure that we’re playing our games off the official disc? But you know what? Our brand new contributor, Isaacmo, makes an interesting counterpoint, which goes against everything we’ve been saying but does offer some food for thought. Read for yourself… "