The results from our latest weekly poll are in, showing that the IncGamers readership finds prohibitive Digital Rights Management (DRM) to be a significant factor … Read moreIncGamers readers “won’t buy” games with major DRM
This week at IncGamers, we’d like to how PC users feel about Digital Rights Management (DRM) when making their purchasing decisions. While the suggestions of … Read moreIncGamers Poll: Does DRM affect your purchasing decisions?
Rockstar Games has revealed a new DRM scheme they are instituting on Grand Theft Auto 5 for PC. Called Denuvo, it uses a new code … Read moreGrand Theft Auto 5 Introduces New DRM, Denuvo, For PC
With GOG.com recently celebrating its fifth anniversary online and branching out into indie game publishing, IncGamers thought it was time to put some questions to … Read moreGOG Interview: Trevor Longino on DRM, piracy and the future of the site
Ubisoft’s much-loathed “always on” DRM, a system that had plagued PC versions of games like Assassin’s Creed 2, has not been official policy since June … Read moreUbisoft’s “always on” DRM policy has been over since June 2011
Square’s PC re-release of Final Fantasy VII, a project that seems to exist purely for the pun potential surrounding the new ‘Cloud saves’ feature, was … Read moreFinal Fantasy VII PC release pulled thanks to misfiring DRM
A flaw in Ubisoft’s ‘Uplay’ software, the overlay which doubles as a social area and DRM system for the majority of Ubisoft’s recent titles, has … Read moreUbisoft acknowledges major Uplay security flaw
The German consumer association, the vzbv, has today cautioned Blizzard over Diablo 3’s packaging description highlighting antitrust violations. The German authorities are just the latest consumer … Read moreGerman consumer association takes action over Diablo 3