Digital rights management technologies have been a contentious topic for some time now. Although nearly abolished in the music world -- at least in any form that significantly affects paying customers -- when it comes to video games many publishers still favor bundling heavy-handed solutions with titles to fight piracy. Among those is Namco, which recently called Ubisoft's controversial always-on DRM scheme a good strategy "at the moment," for , the game will require a single online activation after which players will be allowed to play the single-player game, without being forced to have a persistent Internet connection.