Free copy of The Sims 2 contains SecuROM

By now, everybody should know that if something looks too good to be true, it probably is. Let's apply that to EA, shall we? The publisher is giving away copies of The Sims 2: Ultimate Collection, for free... and not mentioning that it includes the controversial SecuROM anti-piracy software.

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AllAboutGaming1726d ago

I'm sure no one is surprised that EA pulled this shit. I'm so sick of this company. Why do people support them?

Kran1725d ago

Because the world still hope that EA can change so they continue to spend money.

Of course, we all know they can't.

inf3cted11726d ago

What makes this more impressive is that they never told us a thing about it. I guess thats what you get when you think EA does something for "free"

sjaakiejj1725d ago

"EA Never told us"? The game had SecuROM when it released. It's honestly not surprising that they haven't removed it just so they could give the game away for free.

WeAreLegion1725d ago (Edited 1725d ago )

Well...they're not going to take time to remove the feature for a free release.

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