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EA Threatens Ban For Spore DRM Talk On Forums >
2008/09/24 11:41:44: Posted by DM
EA is apparently getting fedup with all the talk about the horrible DRM and digital protection measures that are plaguing Spore. So much so, that over at the official forums, users are now risking their Spore accounts being banned if they speak about the protection methods in their posts. The draconian protection apparently requires users to buy a copy of the game for every player in the house, even though the game clearly states otherwise. Way to win over your gamers, EA.

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Written by VaeVictus on 2008/09/24

They were hit with a class action lawsuit today over the DRM.

Just when EA started making some PR strides, they eff it all up with this. Open wound, insert salt.
Written by kr0niXz on 2008/09/24

You idiots EA, just to let you know, I pirated your game :)
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