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Wyld wrote:End of the day, if your ISP has a hiccup, your modem dies, you're on a laptop with no near wifi, you're screwed.
Wyld wrote:/me shrugs.
Whilst I love the idea of a true multi-player SimCity, using that as the excuse/reason for always-on DRM is silly. End of the day, if your ISP has a hiccup, your modem dies, you're on a laptop with no near wifi, or heaven forbit you live in a country without a decent internet infrastructure, then you're screwed.
It's a shame.
If there is a single player aspect to a game, then the *need* for a net connection is not there. Aside from DRM, it seems.
edit: I think Minecraft is a good example of a better always-on system. A net connection allows you more, but it's not a *requirement* to play the game you own.
Vencha88 wrote:For all the anti drm **** thats always around the only DRM i ever deal with is Steam and Cd-keys and they're both fine with me .
Wyld wrote:if your ISP has a hiccup
Bluefire wrote:Wouldnt you blame the driver for going to fast ?
News Portal wrote:But really, it's honest that the dev team feels like it really does add a lot to the game, and it's totally worth doing for that.
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