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tagagliate
03-19-2010, 04:35 AM
Apparently I'm not the only one who has never been able even to access Ubisoft servers to start playing AC2... The DVD box I bought is beautifully decorating my bookshelf...

Of course I would have loved playing this game, which I bough 40 euros, but I also have a civic sense and the most important for me is that, this time maybe, Ubisoft will manage to discourage pirates to look at their game.

I just hope they wont also discourage selfish customers who think they have the rights to play a single player game even without internet connection!...

And I make Ubisoft a proposition for AC 3 to overcome customers' mindless complaints :

Why don't you just ask a DNA authentication to purchasers and cross check it with their biometric ID cards? An inter-operation platform with Interpol world-wide will then allow to control directly at home the proper use of Ubisoft product by clients! and then no more needs for DRM servers....

A great idea, isn't it?

DarthWolf
03-19-2010, 04:37 AM
Nice joke. Then ubi got hacked and hackers have all your medical data.

LOL-ness
03-19-2010, 04:43 AM
Nice joke. Then ubi got hacked and hackers have all your medical data.

And then clone you. Then kidnap you, put your clone in your place. End of the free world as we know it (Ubisoft obviously programmed their clones to listen to their every word).

Honestly though, I won't be surprised if someone starts lobbying to have your fingerprints tied to whatever you buy in the future, so they can catch you if you misbehave.

Big Brother world we're gonna live in.

tagagliate
03-19-2010, 04:44 AM
Nice joke. Then ubi got hacked and hackers have all your medical data.

Honest people have nothing to hide, no?.... ;)

DJ_Professor_K
03-19-2010, 05:11 AM
Nay, no DNA DRM for AC3, it has been confirmed it will be a renal probe scan.

Since DNA can be easelly "captured", they decided to hurt a little more and go with the probe.

tagagliate
03-19-2010, 05:47 AM
Nay, no DNA DRM for AC3, it has been confirmed it will be a renal probe scan.

Since DNA can be easelly "captured", they decided to hurt a little more and go with the probe.

Hope it won't be too painful, yet...:eek:

Azath
03-19-2010, 06:26 AM
Hope it won't be too painful, yet...:eek:

thank god its not anal probe lol

Neverpleased
03-19-2010, 06:55 AM
thank god its not anal probe lol

No that is for AC4. You also get a brain probe like in Total Recall.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CByDaEcs5yo

(best video I could find mates.)

Inspector Jones
03-19-2010, 08:28 AM
When you buy ACIII, you'll be escorted out of the store by a Ubisoft "Enforcer". If at anytime during the journey from the store to your vehicle you happen to make eye contact with anyone, the enforce will have full right to break both your arms and confiscate the game. That guy could have been a pirate, and the simple act of glancing at him could have suggested you were going to share your game for free (this theory is absurd; since everyone know that pirates don't buy games, thus having no need too go to an electronics store).

When you get home, the Enforcer will then scan your computer for any pirated material. If a single transgression appears, then he'll immediately proceed by ripping out your hard drive and smashing it. Don't worry, you won't need a hard drive to play your game, since ACIII will be streamed entirely off the internet (your purchase* is merely a code to access this service (*rental fees for continued access are required)). Once everything is in the clear, you can attempt to play your game, but only if the pirates and hackers are not attacking the servers.

While playing, make sure to not contact anyone on the internet at anytime, or the Enforcer will phone home to Ubisoft HQ. Upon recieving the call, a friendly Ubisoft reeducation van will come to your home and "reeducate" you in "internet safety". This process is so fun, that it occurs in a dark room, so no one knows what occurs inside. Don't worry, by the time they bring you back home, you may be able to play your game if the servers are back online (they won't be).