raVen wrote on Mar 8, 2010, 18:52:
Plus, if one use keys are sent back to manufacturer / publisher when the game is returned they can deactivate the key. (Thinking more along the lines of steam)
Except of course you overlooked the fact that Steam doesn't allow returns or refunds either. I agree that there is no technical reason why Valve shouldn't allow returns or refunds because it can deactivate the returned games so easily, but so long as people like you already drink the Steamy
koolaid, there's no reason for Valve to do it.
Ubisoft: Look at Steam, DRM that works and isn't horrendous to the customer.
Steam's DRM would be horrendous to more customers if it wasn't so easily cracked or if the fanboys weren't so blinded by love that they overlook its failures.This comment was edited on Mar 8, 2010, 21:23.