Reviews and Problems with Chronicles of Riddick: Assault on Dark Athena
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What a shame , limited installls AGAIN !!!
J. Richmond "stereo55", Amazon
12 October 2009
Summary: I was sooo looking forward to this game , but not now ...once again , as others stated I will not purchace any game with limited installs and no revoke tool , $50 to rent a game is unexceptable . DRM's are ok to a point , but install limints ARE NOT .
Summary: I loved the original (on Windows) and was looking forward to this. Sadly, I found that Atari has chosen to limit the number of times I can install this game. Since I like to replay old games every couple of years, this is completely unacceptable.
Summary: I got the game and had some hardware trouble and changed my system around enough that the game will no longer allow me to install it on my PC. The wait for the helpline was severe and, upon getting through to someone, was informed that they believed I had actually shared the game with others due to...
Summary: I payed good money for the hassle free "Escape from Butcher Bay" and really enjoyed it. I agree with most of the reviews here. This is the 4th game I've decided not to buy because of the DRM. It's sad that Atari has gotten on the DRM bandwagon.
Summary: "The activation code lets you install the game on up to 3 machines, with an unlimited number of installs on each assuming that you don't change any major hardware in your PC or re-install your operating system." -An Atari representative RIght...
Summary: This is garbage, Don't support This DRM crap, it only lets you install 3 times! And you need an internet connection to install the game. This is garbage don't support this garbage of a company.
Summary: First off, the game play itself is FUN and WORTHWHILE. And, it includes the original escape from butcher bay with VERY improved graphics. However, when I was so happy to buy it, I put it back on the shelf. Why? DRM. In other words, after you install it 3 times, you have to either A.
Summary: I bought this product and returned it when it turned out that it was a DRM-ridden piece of crap. When are publishers going to learn not to sell us overpriced programs that have malware in them? Windows doesn't run slow enough that we have to put memory-resident trojan horses into games?