Okay, I found a website called The Big DRM List while searching for what sort of DRM might be on Splinter Cell: Double Agent.
I don't know just how comprehensive and up-to-date this list is, but even if it's a couple of years out of date, it's still good to see. What's really interesting is that some of the games listed toward the bottom have had their DRM removed by the companies themselves.
Talk about games or general tech issues that are not Sierra related.
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I have stickied this for reference. Even if it is a bit outdated, what does that matter to a group of retro gamers? Finding what DRM a game has is the first thing that I do when installing any game that is new enough to have DRM, regardless if it is several years old or hot off of the press.
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