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Post by trog @ 11:24am 14/03/06 | 15 Comments
So an interesting story developed over the last few days when it was discovered that a StarForce forum moderator posted a link to a torrent of Galactic Civilizations 2 in response to a comment about the game not having any copy protection - with the clear intent of proving what happens if you don't use StarForce in your games.

Stardock Systems, the developers of the Galactic Civilizations series, posted their comments outlining their position on DRM and stating that the game is selling extremely well despite not having any DRM.

In other StarForce news, Aspyr have announced that they won't be including StarForce in the North American release of SpellForce 2 after an outbreak of negative attention when the controversial copy protection system was used in the demo.


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Posted 06:07pm 14/3/06
I will just quote release group Deviance's motto:

"If you like it, Buy it!, We Did!"

If the gameplay quality is there it gets bought. If its utter rubbish well then what do you expect?
Posted 07:43pm 14/3/06
what if et:qw has starforce on it :D
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