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Some are saying it's really just a bypass, that will be fixed... but progress seems be happening. Doom has been leaked. Can't say I feel sorry for them, Denuvo should die just for the simple fact of game preservation in my opinion. Looked around seems legit.

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Post edited August 06, 2016 by BKGaming
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Digital Rights Management (DRM) sucks.

Gog.com for life.

Also 100% Digital Rights Management (DRM) free multiplayer needs to exist of course people will jump on me for saying this as usual, but I don't care.

I don't know if this DOOM Denuvo crack makes multiplayer playable.

I do hope gog.com though if they sell PC versions of video games that require Denuvo on Steam that they don't have Denuvo for multiplayer at all.

Denuvo is confirmed to take away about 30 or so FPS from the PC versions of video games that use it for both singleplayer and multiplayer.

Also I'm going to keep fighting against gog.com using GoG Galaxy for the multiplayer of video games.

100% Digital Rights Management (DRM) free video games for life.
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Johnathanamz: Denuvo is confirmed to take away about 30 or so FPS from the PC versions of video games that use it for both singleplayer and multiplayer.
Source?
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BKGaming: Some are saying it's really just a bypass, that will be fixed... but progress seems be happening. Doom has been leaked. Can't say I feel sorry for them, Denuvo should die just for the simple fact of game preservation in my opinion. Looked around seems legit.

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of course it should, but i'd wish that this would take more time. so we would get some proof that shitty games won't generate more revenue, even if they can't be pirated. just for the simple fact, that we all need to counter a publisher everytime they start bitching again about their poor sales because of piracy!
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Johnathanamz: Denuvo is confirmed to take away about 30 or so FPS from the PC versions of video games that use it for both singleplayer and multiplayer.
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KneeTheCap: Source?
BKGaming should find you that topic I made like three months ago or something.

I don't remember what was in it.

But some Russians I think got a 3DM crack and tried themselves and found that 30FPS or so gets lost.
"And the next round in this exciting game of cat-and-mouse has commenced! Stay tuned to see what Denuvo has up their sleeves now!"
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Grargar: "And the next round in this exciting game of cat-and-mouse has commenced! Stay tuned to see what Denuvo has up their sleeves now!"
Oh the game will continue for sure, and only us legit consumers will get screwed in the end.
Oh, I thought this was a thread about the new Transformers movie.
Yes yes yes yes yes yes yes yes yes yes!!!
That's all what I'm gonna say. Besides that I didn't know that DOOM used it.
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Grargar: "And the next round in this exciting game of cat-and-mouse has commenced! Stay tuned to see what Denuvo has up their sleeves now!"
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BKGaming: Oh the game will continue for sure, and only us legit consumers will get screwed in the end.
The legit loyal paying customers need to just stop purchasing video games with Digital Rights Management (DRM) and just purchase the video games from gog.com or save their money.

People don't have patience for some reason.

I stopped purchasing video games from Steam years ago and I can wait another 10 years until Battlefield Bad Company 2, Battlefield 3, Medal of Honor: Warfighter, Battlefield 4, Battlefield: Hardline, Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain, Batman: Arkham Knight, DOOM, etc get released for sale on gog.com.
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BKGaming: Oh the game will continue for sure, and only us legit consumers will get screwed in the end.
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Johnathanamz: The legit loyal paying customers need to just stop purchasing video games with Digital Rights Management (DRM) and just purchase the video games from gog.com or save their money.

People don't have patience for some reason.

I stopped purchasing video games from Steam years ago and I can wait another 10 years until Battlefield Bad Company 2, Battlefield 3, Medal of Honor: Warfighter, Battlefield 4, Battlefield: Hardline, Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain, Batman: Arkham Knight, DOOM, etc get released for sale on gog.com.
Hum... Please open your eyes and mind a minute, there are other "DRM Free" distribution platforms out there... Than "gog.com" which may act as the "popular" ambassador nowadays though time proved business profit > high horse principles here no question asked.. Still, consider each own game's website, Amazon, Desura, Humble Bundle, itch.io, indiegamestand, DotEmu and even arguably Steam, Origin, Uplay with more or less success in their "offline modes" execution to "feel" that you "really" own... What they all sell regardless of their "DRM" policy, a LICENCE TO USE A PRODUCT, SOFTWARE. that do not belong to the user, ever, period. Thanks for your understanding, in hope of unbiasing you?
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BKGaming: Some are saying it's really just a bypass, that will be fixed... but progress seems be happening. Doom has been leaked. Can't say I feel sorry for them, Denuvo should die just for the simple fact of game preservation in my opinion. Looked around seems legit.

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Corporate boardroom, undisclosed location:
"so mr bond, you have discovered our secret. Its time to move to phase 3"

Prepare yourself for streamed content only, totally military crackdown on hardware, and suing anyone who owns a computer as being a pirate. Its MY precious!
Heh, serves the Denuvo Software Solutions GmbH right. :)

I'm not feeling sorry for them, Denuvo is a horrible DRM.
It isn't defeated in any way, they are just using an exploit. :v



And I also want to see this supposedly "30 fps loss".
For all things Denuvo does, this sounds like "tales from my hairy arse".
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apehater: of course it should, but i'd wish that this would take more time. so we would get some proof that shitty games won't generate more revenue, even if they can't be pirated. just for the simple fact, that we all need to counter a publisher everytime they start bitching again about their poor sales because of piracy!
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