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Ubi DRM: Their side of the story on PC Gamer Magazine explains Ubisoft's perspective on their planned online DRM scheme, arguably the only perspective Ubi themselves have taken into account in creating a scheme that requires a constant internet connection to play any of their upcoming PC games (thanks KilrathiAce). Along the way Ubisoft explains their plan stems from frustration with the PC market, though their new DRM is not likely to lessen that for users: "No, we're not trying to kill the PC market. Are we frustrated by the PC market? I think everyone is. In the end it all comes back to one single truth: piracy is a big, huge, hairy problem. It's a market that suffered a lot because of piracy, and we're all just trying to figure out what we think is the best way to deal with it."
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