Haggis and tatties wrote:
I think we all know the real reasons why they are pushing this always on DRM, because it stops second hand sales, and gives them full control of the game you bought, so in a way your only renting the game, they never loss control of the game.
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True, but it's the future of gaming...and media in general.
In 10 years, I doubt video games will be sold to take home...and I'm sure DVD sales will dwindle while Netflix-like systems take over.
Am I a huge fan of it? No. Is it inevitable and am I going to swallow it like I swallowed getting an $900 television to watch HD programming? Yes.