Super Oct 11, 2013 @ 8:02pm
Would you buy if it had no DRM at all?
Yes.
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saint_reborn Oct 12, 2013 @ 7:07am 
Yes remove third party DRM with activation limits- Steam is DRM we do not need additional malware. The game is so inexepensive what do they hope to gain from this?
Doc Oct 12, 2013 @ 9:01am 
i bought it by mistake.. still cant believe they used drm on this. whats even worse its a ♥♥♥♥ing securom - worst ♥♥♥♥ you can get. uninstalled right after i saw securom's ugly popup. never going to play. :P
DemKy Oct 12, 2013 @ 11:04am 
I would.

I was going to buy it and when I saw SECUROM, i stoped !

milknorf1469 Oct 13, 2013 @ 10:07am 
Originally posted by I.R. Dianetics:
it was in my cart, then i checked the forums. doubled checked the store page and promptly removed it

same with me, glad I checked the forum and noticed the extra DRM and 5 install limit, the type of anti-consumer ♥♥♥♥♥♥♥♥ makes no sence. It doesnt stop people from stealing the game, just cost them sales by annoying customers that would have bought it
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Fée Oct 13, 2013 @ 5:45pm 
Yup, til then, here I come Pirate Bay!
Super Oct 13, 2013 @ 5:48pm 
Originally posted by Fée de la Mort:
Yup, til then, here I come Pirate Bay!
I'm not going to pirate the game. They dont' want to sell it to me, I'll play something else.
∞Oversoul Dec 20, 2013 @ 8:51am 
I bought it anyway because it's a game I wanted. I don't agree with the secondary DRM of course. However, I am just going to use the revoke command after every uninstall.
comp9 May 28 @ 6:40am 
Definitely. I was about to buy it now and two times in the past (wondered why I hadn't before) but then I noticed SecuROM again and remember that is why I don't buy it. Steam is DRM I don't need DRM on top of my DRM (Ubisoft games I'm thinking of you...).
Biscuits Jun 21 @ 5:05am 
Just popped in to say I've held off on this game for years. I'd buy it full price without DRM because it looks neat, but here we are with it at 70p and I'm still avoiding due to the machine limits.

No thanks!
Super Jun 21 @ 7:04am 
Originally posted by Biscuits:
Just popped in to say I've held off on this game for years. I'd buy it full price without DRM because it looks neat, but here we are with it at 70p and I'm still avoiding due to the machine limits.

No thanks!

QFT
Ōkami Jun 28 @ 2:06pm 
Originally posted by Biscuits:
Just popped in to say I've held off on this game for years. I'd buy it full price without DRM because it looks neat, but here we are with it at 70p and I'm still avoiding due to the machine limits.

No thanks!

+1
Fée Jun 28 @ 3:15pm 
Still the same deal years later. I would totally buy this, but I'm not going to.
Just get rid of the DRM already.
Super Sep 11 @ 2:33pm 
I would buy 10 copies if it had no SecuROM.
Berq Sep 12 @ 3:03am 
I bought DVZ for fifty cents (after deducting the last $.50 from my Steam wallet from card sales) because I grew up with NES games, and thought it looked like some retro fun. I had an eye-rolling, "you've got to be kidding me" moment when I first saw the Steam pop-up telling me I'd have to enter a key.

I admire the righteous indignance from all of you. DRM in a game like this is beyond absurd. But you can't be hassled to click "copy," then "activate," paste a key, then click "OK"!? Don't buy the game because its pixels (the main selling point?) are blurred to oblivion, or because it only supports XBox controllers, or because keyboard ghosting can make it unplayable, or because it's little more than a hastily developed promo for Dark Void - a terrible game that shouldn't have been made in the first place. DVZ is honestly a half-step above shovelware. But don't count on Capcom getting your message about the evils of SecuROM when you refuse to buy a game THEY barely know exists.
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OldSnakey Sep 12 @ 5:45am 
No sale because securot
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