Author Topic: Disney video game Tron: Evolution unplayable 8 years after launch due to DRM  (Read 852 times)

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Offline I wanted a rude username

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"On the other hand, it looks like the protection was cracked a long time ago. Stinks that legit owners would have to go track that down just to play their game now."

https://www.gamerevolution.com/news/621017-drm-securom-tron-evolution-unplayable-activation
 

Offline maginnovision

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I'm surprised anyone would try.
 

Offline magic

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Buying anything from Big Name Entertainment Inc and getting screwed, sounds like justice :box:

Bypassing DRM is of course a violation of the DMCA in America and there are no exceptions for legal owners :P
 

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Bypassing DRM is of course a violation of the DMCA in America and there are no exceptions for legal owners :P

What about for those of us without draconian Copyright laws? ;-)
 

Offline madires

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The curse of DRM. Same story over and over again.
 

Offline magic

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What about for those of us without draconian Copyright laws? ;-)
Nothing simpler, just send more of your money to Hollywood and wait ;D
 

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What about for those of us without draconian Copyright laws? ;-)
Nothing simpler, just send more of your money to Hollywood and wait ;D

In these parts we simply download (without uploading) and there are no legal ramifications.
 

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Subscription model... flat rate per month to play. No more owning games. Seems to be the direction many other industries are going (for music, movies, books). If the title gets messed up or pulled from the store, you simply cancel or don't pay your monthly subscription, or move on to other games.
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