Steam introdcues Family Sharing, lets you share your entire library of games with friends and family
Valve announced that they will soon be introducing a new feature called Steam Family Sharing. It’s most likely the feature you thought up in your head right now, and despite it seeming too good to be true, it’s actually happening.
With Steam Family Sharing, you’ll be allowed to share your entire Steam library with close friends and family.…Read More »
Microsoft has accidentally announced that its Games for Windows Live service will be discontinued in July, 2014.
In an announcement (which has since been pulled) regarding the closure of its Age of Empires Online game, the company mentioned the end of GFWL:
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“Games for Windows Live will be discontinued on July 1, 2014.
Microsoft completely reverses Xbox One policies, removes used games restrictions and will no longer require online checks every 24 hours
After Microsoft’s E3 press conference, the Xbox One got a lot of new nicknames: The Xbone, Xbox 359, or even the Xbox One-and-done. Now we can add a new nickname: the Xbox 180.
Microsoft executive Don Mattrick has announced on the official Microsoft blog that the Xbox One will no longer require online checks every 24 hours and will no longer restrict used games — which is, as you’ve probably guessed, a complete turnaround from their earlier announcements.…Read More »
DRM (Digital Rights Management) was invented to prevent people from pirating or stealing digital intellectual property. An unintended consequence of DRM was pissing people off by locking down their content to one machine. The music industry quickly learned music sells better DRM-free.…Read More »
DRM (digital rights management) is an umbrella term used to described methods used by entertainment producers, software producers, etc. to protect their content from being pirated. The problem with DRM content is, well, you cannot share it with others. I’m not talking about the inability to pirate it to others but rather how you can lend a movie DVD to a friend.…Read More »