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September 14th, 2008, 13:32
Originally Posted by Alrik Fassbauer View Post
Me, I'm thinking far into the future.

I wouldn't want to have a hassle with current copy protections in 10 years because "the big publishers" don't want to patch it away because they believe a game is only a snack for easilyy throwing away afterwards.

Of course, if the heads of such a "big publisher" once decide to take a look at it, then they'll receive an special forged copy-protection-free speciment from the company's fault. Because they're the big and mighty people.

Customers ? They're just Peanuts
Where do you get this idea from though? Are there many examples of companies NOT removing DRM after a long period of time? I can think of several examples where they have done.

Alternatively if I'm still playing the same game 10 years later I think I've got enough value for money out of it that I'd be willing to purchase it again from a site like GOG.
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