Dawn of War II: Fall of DRM?

PC gaming's anti-piracy measures seem to be proceeding along a path not unlike the one the games they're sworn to protect once traveled. First, games (and anti-piracy) were merciless and cruel – prone to punishing players whether they succeeded or tattooed the underside of a tire with their pixilated frog's surprisingly red guts. But now, times are a changin'. Today's games are nice and gentle, giving players a gentle pat on the shoulder if they fail, and a big ol' lie cake if they finish the fight.

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