DRM stands for Digital Right Management. It’s something game developers care a lot about as it pretty much means “what we are doing to fight piracy.” Usually DRM gets really bad publicity on techie news sites. Generally DRM hurts paying customers as much as it hurts pirates. Sometimes it hurts paying customers more, (i.e. Assassin’s Creed 2, SimCity, and Diablo 3). However I recently found out DRM can be done right.