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Avalanche weighs in on “terrible” DRM systems

Next gen DRM shouldn’t get in the way of more connected game experiences, Avalanche Studios’ co-founder Christofer Sundberg has told us.
When we asked Sundberg for his thoughts on the ongoing DRM debate at E3 this week, he replied: “Yeah no it’s terrible. I mean, to protect the rights of the developer, creator, that’s really important but sometimes DRM has been used…

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Coltrane_C2011d ago

Wait weren't they in favor of this?

cleft52011d ago

Yes they where, they were captain Xbox One before E3.

JoySticksFTW2011d ago

They see the tides turning, and don't want to go down with the ship.

Diver2011d ago (Edited 2011d ago )

Run!!!!! Get to the choppa!!!!!!!

hazelamy2011d ago

maybe they saw the majority of their target audience wasn't and so they changed their mind.

sway_z2011d ago (Edited 2011d ago )

LMAO all the backtracking is hilarious!!

Avanlanche seemed to strongly support MS and the choices they made for XB1...remarkable that Peter Molyneux has been pretty vocal about XB1's failings also!

Even the money pit that is EA seem regretful regarding DRM.

The publishers that associate themselves with MS policy are in for a rude awakening, they will drop the policy when they see diminishing returns on that platform.

Mark my words Activision!

hellzsupernova2011d ago

Activision? EA are the ones giving Microsoft all there attention, activision blizzard are clearly in Sonys court bar cod, you have Diablo 3 with ps exclusive content and destiny which is going to be the biggest new ip launch in history with ps4 adds after each advert! Ea are the ones ruining gaming

cleft52011d ago (Edited 2011d ago )

So glad to see all the backtracking happening now. This should give us gaming the way we want it for at least 2 more years anyway.

Moonman2011d ago

Everyone is jumping the xbone ship! Save yourself...haha.

Vip3r2011d ago

Taste of things to come.

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