I've bought Ubisoft games for years - mainly due to the fact that my son loves the Rayman series on the Wii. The simple fact is we have a soft-modded Wii as it was bought in the US before we moved to Europe.
Enter "The Adventures of TinTin" which has new DRM that blocks the loading of Region-Code avoiding methods.
Why? Why are gamers still restricted from playing perfectly legal games, just because they've moved?
Well I am voting with my feet and returning the game and vowing to never buy another Ubisoft game!
So there :)
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