Submitted by ShenmueLegacy 2263d ago | article

The DRM plague on gaming...

DRM, DRM, DRM. Yes we all hate it. Now it's starting to play a bigger part in gaming too, with the introduction of online marketplaces on the current generation platforms that allow us to actually purchase games online, such as Xbox Live Arcade, PSN and Virtual Console games on the Wii. In fact, the Xbox 360 and PS3 both now allow you to purchase FULL games on their online stores. The problem is, there never seems to be a perfect solution and they seem to have all screwed up in some way or another... (Culture, PS3, Wii, Xbox 360)

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