Tag Archives: DRM

So that was E3 2013 – Now with video!

First off, I had originally hoped to have this done much closer to the end of E3 but between the new house and work stuff, life just got too crazy. It’s good though because a ton of new stuff has … Continue reading

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Xbox One: When your customers become your enemy

I finished an appointment, had dinner, came into my office and saw Microsoft’s latest batch of scummy half-answers on the Xbox One. Then I almost threw up my otherwise excellent dinner in disgust. I’ve re-read the article several times just … Continue reading

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The EApocalypse

Man, it’s been a shit year for Electronic Arts so far hasn’t it? Rarely in the good graces of gamers at the best of times, the world’s second largest publisher (and once the largest by a country mile) has just … Continue reading

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When Popularity Trumps Principles

If you’re a reader of this blog or really just a savvy media consumer, you don’t need me to tell you that DRM sucks, it doesn’t work and it only serves to punish customers for a fight against piracy that … Continue reading

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Steam Does What Nintendon’t

Yep, I totally titled this blog post with a reference to an old, hilariously bad Genesis marketing slogan. I figured that since this post is going to be filled with nothing else but vitriol and rage, that I should at … Continue reading

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On Gaming’s Future: AAA Reality Check

So yeah, this post going up by the end of the week of my last post obviously didn’t happen. Turned out to be a crazier month than I predicted (tons of new hires at work and they just announced we’re … Continue reading

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