ShadowEyez wrote:the first one and 2000 were good, never tried the others but heard they were not that good
Never tried any of the sims either, but does not really seem interesting to me
drfish wrote:Ugh... Always on DRM - ...but its a feature!
drfish wrote:Anno 2070 was the first game I ever bought with anything remotely like an always on requirment - I knew what I was getting into but I took the chance anyway and got burned a few times - and Anno at least HAS an offline mode.
No internet, game fall down go boom.thegleek wrote:So what exactly does this ALWAYS ON DRM mean? Explain it to me like I'm 5.
drfish wrote:They backpedaled and now say it only needs to be online when you start it. Not much better but I'm back on the fence instead of running away from it screaming...
travbrad wrote:drfish wrote:They backpedaled and now say it only needs to be online when you start it. Not much better but I'm back on the fence instead of running away from it screaming...
The pirated/cracked version won't need to be online. When will they learn..
Savyg wrote:I still really like Sims 3 and the connected feature of this sounds pretty cool. I don't know if it'll be great, but I'm sure it'll be fun.
Gotta love the Origin misinformation in this thread though. Heh.
d53642 wrote:EA is known for a lot of stuff but I never had an issue with them about recovering lost cd keys or adding games to my origin account that is pre 2008. They even upgraded a couple of my old games to collectors editions as they didn't have a digital version of the standard one I had.