1. Lilith Valentine

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    Now we just need to wait for Bethesda to find some way to fuck this up
     
  2. Sonic Angel Knight

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    Well, I never buy pc games with Denuvo in it. Least until it's removed. I mean, some games are like over 4 years old and still has it. I just prefer not to have my games I paid for bogged down by software I am not familiar with. I don't know what it does and I don't want it messing with my game or my systems that I'm not aware of because they probably forgot to put in a disclaimer (not that most people read it) :blink:

    I understand the need to protect the games from piracy, but it feels like the reputation has just made a worst impact on things especially for people who has obtained it legitimately. Next thing I know, Anti virus programs will start labeling games as malware and now is a problem to believe programmers are making the games safe for use or we have paid for faulty virus protection. :ninja:
     
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    When people are forced to install Ring 0/kernel level drivers to prevent online cheating, even when they only play single player, you know the developer is run by dumbasses. The BSODs were the least of their worries.
     
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    The whole "angry mob" mentality is a bit silly and blows up insignificant issues a lot of times, I'll agree with that.

    But the update really didn't give a ton of indication that, once applied, anybody running Linux would no longer be able to even boot the game. This locks me out of the single player campaign of a game I paid for. One that previously had a "platinum" level compatibility with Proton.

    I don't think many or any of us condone online cheating, but they broke the ability to play the game at all for a portion of their paying customers
     
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