The Division 2 seems to be going retailer exclusive, as many retailers begin warning consumers that the game will not be available soon.
The Library of Congress has received a new set of exemptions to copyright protection laws that allow for expanded online game preservation.
Xbox One’s un-launched restrictive DRM policies made a surprise appearance during a live Killer Instinct tournament being broadcast on Twitch, in New York City on December 12th, 2013.
Project Phoenix is speeding towards its second stretch goal on Kickstarter, with $399,075 pledged at the moment of this writing. In the meanwhile we got some more interesting information about the game itself.
Update: With the new policies officially announced today the game sharing feature described below is just as officially (and unfortunately) scrapped. You'll still be able to share games with your family and friends, but you'll just have
CD Projekt RED, the the company behind The Witcher franchise, is known far and wide for their stance against DRM, especially on the PC, where they have an entire distribution service, GOG.com, that supplies DRM-free PC
Sony Computer Entertainment just announced during its E3 press conference something that is destined to make people talk and write for a long time. In a speech that was obviously and very openly aimed like a cannon
In my life outside of games writing I am the epitome of an optimist. Always seeing the good instead of the bad. Believing that there are companies out there that have my best interests at heart. Inside
Ten Days Remain to Claim Your Free Backup Copy of The Witcher 1 or 2 from GOG, Price Drop for Anyone Paying in US Dollars
GOG.com and CD Projekt Red have earned the love of gamers around the world with their treatment of their customers, with GOG in particular stepping far above and beyond the call of duty and offering a
The great folks down at CD Projekt RED, creators of The Witcher series, published a video today to say thanks to all the gamers out there who have purchased their stuff.
A new GOG.com commercial says everything you need to know about the company's stance on digital rights management. It involves a large man and a broadsword. If you know anything about DRM, this shouldn't surprise anyone.
Edmund McMillen has spilled the beans to VG24/7 on the retail edition of The Binding of Isaac. Unfortunately it will not come with the "Wrath of the Lamb" Expansion, as the retail edition is being printed right
If you've been paying attention the past few months you might already be aware of the fact that bundles are all the rage. All the cool kids are doing it, and not all of them are from
Ubisoft isn't the only one bringing back always-on DRM - Blizzard has their hands in that scandalous bucket, as well. While we know an MMO has to be played online, who said an RPG like Diablo III
Oh dear. Here we go again. On the game's official Twitter account, it was announced that the PC version of Driver: San Francisco would have the asinine DRM in it once again that requires a constant internet