Originally Posted by George
Steam actually offers services and products which are worth the DRM and so their customers put up with it and defend them. They seem to understand that you need to give back to your customers, not just take and restrict.
Bleh.... Until they up the hardware requirements and force you to upgrade your box (no, you cannot continue to play the games you already paid for....)
Or, until they ban you, without the right to appeal (and again, no, you cannot continue to play the games you already paid for....)
DRM is poison, no matter how they flavor your Kool-aid.