Edge writes: "Digital rights management is the bogeyman of PC gaming. Most publishers demand it to help stave off piracy, yet the pirates seem to hack through it as effortlessly as if it was not there at all. Meanwhile, the people caught in the middle-the gamers who are forced to jump through activation hoops and endure limited usage licenses-are made to feel like they are being punished for the virtue of not being a thief.
Anyone who's purchased a PC game at any time has experienced the frustration that comes with proving your innocence. But these ten DRM measures could very well be the worst of them."