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Downloadable games are the future, with convenience being the key. However, some publishers are getting in the way of this, either through byzantine requirements or missing sales opportunities. We look at the top 10 ways publishers can keep users happy.
PC game digital rights management is getting more stringent, but one of the ways to play without it is to be patient. Or at least history tells us so.
It will be one of several titles distributed via Valve's Steam platform. The move is likely to win EA points with gamers.
Public-interest groups are asking the U.S. Copyright Office to allow the reverse engineering of DRM in iPhones, DVDs, video games, and music and video services.
Class action lawsuit is filed against Electronic Arts for allegedly failing to inform consumers of a copy protection program that came along with Spore.
PC gamers say the new digital rights management system is onerous and inconvenient, and makes them feel like the company is watching over their shoulders.
EA gives up on clunky DRM.
It's scary legal day today between the Pro-IP act and the Los Angeles County copyright laws.