20°
Submitted by timcolwill 660d ago | interview

“There’s a very persuasive argument we have, which is MONEY”: GOG.com on why DRM-free works

Earlier this month, games.on.net sat down for a chat with Trevor Longino, the Head of Marketing and PR at GOG.com. In this first part of our interview, they talk about how GOG has been convincing the big publishers to let them rifle through their back catalogue, why Steam has become acceptable as a form of DRM, and the perils of censorship. (Good Old Games, PC)

Add comment

You need to be registered to add comments. Register here or login
Remember
New stories
30°

Jason Mortal Kombat X DLC Impressions

11m ago - Is horror icon Jason Vorrhees a good addition to the Mortal Kombat X roster? Here are some impres... | PC

Ys VI: The Ark of Napishtim - PC Review | Chalgyr's Game Room

11m ago - Chalgyr's Game Room writes: Ys VI: The Ark of Napishtim is the first game in the venerable RPG... | PC
Ad

See what games are coming out in 2015

Now - Visit our release calendar to see what games are coming out in 2015. | Promoted post
10°

Inazuma Eleven GO Chrono Stones: Thunderflash - Review | RPGamer

12m ago - RPG: While Inazuma Eleven is a series that Nintendo of America has sadly neglected, its European... | 3DS
10°

VRFocus Review: Project CARS

12m ago - VRFocus delivers a review of the forthcoming Project CARS when played using the native virtual re... | PC
20°

High Strangeness Is A Love Letter to 8-Bit and 16-Bit Gaming, Out on Steam Today

16m ago - Gamer Headlines writes: "When thinking of Kickstarter-funded video games, the first titles that c... | PC