Posts Tagged ‘DRM’

Understanding Video Game DRM: Why we need it

by Mazen Abdallahon June 22, 2013
Couple of weeks ago, I discussed DRM and I tried to approach the reasoning behind it. I mentioned that I understood it existed for a good cause but that it wasn’t the right way of going about things. Now, I find myself challenging that point of view. Here’s the thing. Right now the industry is at […]

Understanding Video Game DRM

by Mazen Abdallahon June 12, 2013
Put down the pitchforks people, I don’t actually support DRM and I hate the restriction it creates. This piece is more about understanding this oft-maligned creature, sorta like Silence of the Lambs. I was watching bits and pieces of E3 footage with some friends and we got to the famous video where Jack Tretton kicked […]

The Console War: Just Stop It Already

by Nazih Fareson May 29, 2013
PlayStation 4 is better… Xbox One is stronger… The Wii U has better games… I’m tired of reading these comments flooding the internet. Same trend, same opinion. The concept of the console wars is pointless, with all due respect to all journalists that use that term, there is no war to begin with. What’s even […]