Warhammer 40,000: Dawn of War 2 has been updated to remove Games for Windows Live, Microsoft’s much-criticised DRM suite.
Along with the retirement of Microsoft Points, the upcoming Xbox 360 update will retire the PC games marketplace on Xbox.com, and Games for Windows Live-published games will be withdrawn from sale.
Namco Bandai has already proved it listens to the PC crowd by porting Dark Souls over, and may just bend an ear to vehement protestations against the unpopular Games for Windows Live.
Rage has erupted over news that the highly anticipated PC port of Dark Souls will use one of the least popular DRM solutions.
A lot of news came out of this weekend, largely thanks to PAX. Get your fill of soundbites within.
There’s a few gaming sales going on this weekend for PC users, and each digital download service has something someone will be interested in. Promise.