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Well, not sure if this is new for you, but for me it is

 

It seems like MoW is already ready for a long time, but not released because it will include a new security system

 

 

 

...i hope to hear from devs that the 'security' won't be like that of Starforce... :ermm:

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It sounds like it'll be an Atari developed system. So definitely not Securom or Starforce.

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It sounds like it'll be an Atari developed system. So definitely not Securom or Starforce.

just think about it: the game itself is already finished since 2007 winter, but not yet out because they wait for the 'security sumtin' to be finished aswell

 

 

EDIT: i know it wont be Starforce, but i fear similar 'effects'

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great, just great

 

What, you-must-be-online sillyness wasn't ENOUGH back in NWN1 already

 

 

Way to fail here Atari

How can it be a no ob build. It has PROVEN effective. I dare you to show your builds and I will tear you apart in an arugment about how these builds will won them.

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i don't really mind anti-piracy measures in and of themselves: publishers are entitled to be antsy about protecting a product that's 100% digital &, while i understand that others have had serious problems with securerom, i've never encountered any problems with this myself.

 

what i find laughable are the endless rounds of delay caused to poor Ossian and Obsidian by Atari's insistence upon its new anti-piracy measures: we were originally told MoW would be within weeks of thanksgiving, then christmas, then early 2008, then until the next patch, then the next patch AFTER that, then as part of the Gold edition release, then AFTER that, etc, etc.

 

it's now June, for frak's sake, Gold has gone gold and is on the streets, and there's still no word when MoW will be available.

 

like i say, Atari are entitled to protect their product from being pirated, but it surely reaches a point where they loose all goodwill with customers for doing so. maybe this just shows that goodwill counts for very little: CRPGs are a market in which everyone who would have bought MOW last thanksgiving will most likely buy it in July or September or whenever it comes out.

 

but it's still a frakking shyte state of affairs.

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This is very old news, heh.

 

Word was given in the recent Westgate previews that they're aiming for June, however due to some delays of the 1.13 patch (which I think will contain the copy protection stuff), it wouldn't surprise me if that turns to July instead.

 

I'll likely buy it though. It really looks like an excellent adventure, and I'm sure it will be worth supporting Ossian for.

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...wait, if I patch NWN2 I get some **** on my computer even if I wasn't going to buy MoW?

 

WHAT THE HELL

How can it be a no ob build. It has PROVEN effective. I dare you to show your builds and I will tear you apart in an arugment about how these builds will won them.

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...wait, if I patch NWN2 I get some **** on my computer even if I wasn't going to buy MoW?

 

WHAT THE HELL

You are aware that Neverwinter Nights 2 itself has Securom. Y/N?

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...**** you Obsidian, **** you

 

 

Well, it seems to be your standard Securom which isn't problem for me :)

 

With normal I mean no forced connection to internet, no installation limits etc. stupid ****

 

Oh and it hasn't destroyed my computer unlike Starforce

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How can it be a no ob build. It has PROVEN effective. I dare you to show your builds and I will tear you apart in an arugment about how these builds will won them.

- OverPowered Godzilla (OPG)

 

 

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...**** you Obsidian, **** you

 

 

Well, it seems to be your standard Securom which isn't problem for me :)

 

With normal I mean no forced connection to internet, no installation limits etc. stupid ****

 

Oh and it hasn't destroyed my computer unlike Starforce

...erm, i guess you mean 'Atari', not 'Obsidian' :)

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Yeah

 

Sorry Obz, **** you Atari!

 

It's just I had some nerd rage reserves left from AP section :)

How can it be a no ob build. It has PROVEN effective. I dare you to show your builds and I will tear you apart in an arugment about how these builds will won them.

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Who cares. NWN2 is old news.

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Who cares. NWN2 is old news.

You're old news.

 

Semi Off-topic: I wonder if we'll have to wait 2 years before we see a 4th ed game.

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They'll have to do something other than an MMO. They've got until 2017 to exploit the license and I don't see them just producing a bunch of MMOs to fill up that timespan.

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CRPGs and GMUDs are completely different types of game. It's distressing to see companies abandoning CRPGs to go chasing after the monthly fees that GMUDs bring. I take comfort in the fact that most of them will throwing money down a rathole because they don't know how to make a GMUD, but it doesn't change the fact that there will continue to be a surfeit of bad GMUDs and a shortage of good CRPGs.

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We stopped calling them MUDs when they stopped being text-based.

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It would be nice if they created a copy protection scheme that didn't involve always having the CD in the drive.

 

I just bought Sins of a Solar Empire, and it only requires online registration, no CD. It makes sense too since the virtual drive software can fool it anyway with the help of stealth programs.

 

Online banking requires an encrypted USB key, at least where i'm at, why don't they try something like that instead.

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  • 10 months later...

any info on DRM? I got burned by Bioware Premium Modules, don't wanna get burned again...

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