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Old DRM Has Made Tron: Evolution Game Unplayable

This is Niche Gamer Tech. In this column, we regularly cover tech and things related to the tech industry. Please leave feedback and let us know if there’s tech or a story you want us to cover! The 2010-released video game adaptation for the Tron movie sequel, Tron: Evolution, has been recently discovered to be unplayable for PC. Fans can’t play the game now to old DRM that has made the game unplayable for players looking to return to the game. The game uses SecuROM, a formerly popular DRM (digital…

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Due to SecuROM, Tron: Evolution’s Steam Version Won’t Launch For Users

Recently, there have been a growing number of complaints from PC owners of Tron: Evolution, a game that was once available on the Steam store but has since been removed. That doesn’t mean that people have stopped playing it, though, something that has been made almost impossible due to Disney’s use of SecuROM. SecuROM is no longer in use, but it is/was a DRM (digital rights management) that enforces online activation upon installation and can only be activated a limited number of times. It was the precursor (and more aggressive ancestor)…

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