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It's hard to argue that anyone likes the idea of Digital Rights Management systems (apart from some publishers, maybe) and the gaming community has been getting up in arms over the various implementations for what seems like forever. But when it comes time to buy a game, does the presence of DRM have an impact on whether or not you choose to buy it?
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