2K Games has removed an annoying piece of its DRM restrictions in the PC version of BioShock, a game I refuse to play because of its violent content. While SecureROM and all that other DRM goodness remain, you’re no longer limited to the number of PCs you can install the game in. A victory for freedom, to be sure.
Seriously, how do you PC gamers put up with all that DRM nonsense? It seems like publishers these days ask an awful lot of you just for you to be able to wander around shooting things with FutureGuns.