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BioShock 2 DRM Scale Back More Confusing

By John Walker on January 25th, 2010.

He's trying to use GfWL, the poor man.

2K have perhaps declared something of a backdown on the BioShock 2 DRM. Sadly this isn’t to get rid of the godforsaken Games for Windows Live inclusion, but it is to reel in SecureROM slightly. Although to compare the before and after isn’t so simple, as it doesn’t seem anyone was quite clear what the before really looked like, and it’s not clear that the after is as different as implied. The current status is: SecureROM check on launch, but no install limts, and now there are offline profile options for GfWL meaning you can in fact save, load, etc without being connected. GfWL will still limit you to 15 activations, but this can be reset with a phone call to Microsoft. And “now our SecuROM is less restrictive on Steam,” although it’s not clear how.

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