Vuvuzela’s can counter piracy?

Rizwan Anwer
Dec 3, 2010
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After their appearance in the 2010 FIFA world cup Vuvuzela’s slowly earned a reputation as one of the most HORRIBLE things to over hit the internet but Ubisoft has found a way to make these noisy horns to work to their advantage.

Apparently in Ubisoft’s upcoming game called “Michael Jackson: The Experience” for the DS if you pirate the game you will hear Vuvuzela’s blaring in the background as if you were at the FIFA 2010 world cup yet again

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quiet a CLEVER method to beat piracy, I mean first they came up with STARFORCE which did more harm than good, followed by the RIDICULOUS constant internet connection DRM for Assassin’s Creed 2 on the PC but maybe this is the reason why Assassin’s Creed Brotherhood was delayed on the PC 😛 maybe Ubisoft plans on adding this neat little feature to the PC version of the game 😀 imagine trying to concentrate on assassinating someone WITHOUT going insane from hearing the Vuvuzela’s over your speakers.

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For once I give Ubisoft a thumbs up for an INGENIOUS DRM, and I hope it catches up with the PC version of their future games.

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