Sims 3 Eschews Invasive DRM, Potty Breaks In Game Still Mandatory

by Rafael Hernandez on March 26, 2009 · 0 comments


Electronics Arts has had a rough go of it over the past year and making
one of their largest customer bases happy seems to be on their mind.
The company is taking it easy on the Digital Rights Management front by going for the old CD key needed to install, with no invasive disc checking to play method that has worked pretty darn well in the past.

No registering over the internet, no authorization mess ups, nothing to
contend with but building things for your characters and dealing with
their needs.

Check out EA’s Sims 3 news site  for the whole story.

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