Refer to the Fudzilla article here: http://www.fudzilla.com/index.php?option=com_content&task=view&id=10951&Itemid=1. At first blush I am thinking, "Awesome, they've learned a lesson." Thinking more I wonder if they will somehow add in some form of DRM at a later time in a game patch once they've ironed out some real game bugs instead of focusing on the DRM issues that make the game unplayable. I wonder how complex a DRM could be added after the fact in an update patch. Bugs in the DRM of a game have begun to cause some users to be unable to even play a game when they purchase it. When you are having issues with the game protection that make this happen then that says a lot. We're not talking a simple bug in the game itself. The people aren't even getting into the game to play. Nope, they just sit there stunned at what the DRM is causing and they just spent money on the game and have opened it which makes returning the game an absolute nightmare since every single store I am aware of simply refuses to take returns on opened CDs, DVDs, or games unless they are being exchanged for the same item. Well, if the protection makes the game unplayable then what will getting an exchange do to make the problem any better? Nothing. So, what does this all mean? I guess we shall see, won't we?