Super Mario 4D Universe—or whatever the next one will be called—should come with every single level in the Mushroom Constitutional Monarchy unlocked. The next Grand Theft Auto should make all of its missions immediately playable in the very first minute. Uncharted 4 should let me jump into the middle of Nathan Drake’s…
We've been mentioning DRM, or Digital Rights Management, a lot lately here on Kotaku. It's an important topic! Thing is, we've been made aware a lot of you don't entirely know what it is. If that's you, here's a guide.
The downtime that plagued PC gamers trying to play Assassin's Creed II yesterday was the result of a denial-of-service attack, causing one of Ubisoft's new DRM-servers to become unreachable. But hey, at least no one has hacked the game yet.
Digital rights management got you down? Pfft. Not if you're an Xbox 360 owner, as Microsoft has released the Content License Transfer Tool, which lets you move games or movies that were purchased via Xbox Live Marketplace from one console to another console. Handy!