It’s taken twenty two years – but an enterprising chap has reverse engineered the SEGA Saturn’s DRM and cracked it open.
Oculus is backtracking on its commitment to DRM, and making the platform a little more open.
Notorious cracking group 3DMmay have cracked Denuvo – after pledging to stay away from the scene for a year.
Video game piracy could be a thing of the past in the near future, if anti-tampering software Denuvo stays ahead of the curve.
Metal Gear Solid V is out today – even on PC, two weeks ahead of its original launch. Of course, that means some people will want to pirate it – but they may be waiting quite some time for a crack.
Nintendo has finally confirmed that Shovel Knight is getting its own Amiibo, while continuing shady practices regarding physical DLC for its games.
While Windows 10 does a good job of running most of your games and apps, some older titles that rely on draconian DRM won’t run.
Steam’s refund policy has been a hit with consumers, but developers are taking the brunt of the poorly designed system.
The Witcher 3 is coming in May. Here’s a look at the achievements and trophies you’ll be earning.
…If you skip the dialogue and take the fastest routes through everything.
Theer are archives and museums that want to keep older games playable as their servers get switched off. The ESA wants that to remain illegal.
EA seems to be locking Battlefield games on PC to specific hardware. DRM gone wrong, or anti-cheating mechanics?