@DarkK27... Excellent point, that I didn't even think of, and since I DO have internet access, I obviously take this for granted... But, I will admit, just last week, as I was waiting for Dragon Age 2 to load the start-up screen, I found myself griping (out loud) at the need for a damn game to log on to the internet before I could start playing... So, I understand your point, and I apologize for my initial doubt!
Voice and video do not match. Lets play house. Can not trust anyone and will not occupy much of my time.
@vernholio Don't get me wrong, I'm not making some anti-drm point. It's more a technical issue than a moral one; my home pc lacks internet access, so drm which requires online activation/connection rules out those games for me. I've been caught out in the past with pre-ordered games that I can't get running so I'm always cautious when buying pc games now. Perhaps a bit too much.
@DarkK27 Not bashing at all, just curious... You're really gonna let the type of protection placed on the game stop you from buying it? Why?