Hate Origin? Bypass it then


Origin, the much hated EA Digital distribution service trying to compete with Steam has left a bad taste in many gamers mouths as of late.  Well, there is a way to play your precious BF3 without running it through Origin.  I’m not saying EA approves of this method or anything, I’m just saying there is a way to play Battlefield 3 without having to run it through Origin. I am personally hoping and waiting for BF3 to come to Steam in the near future (please, ohh pretty please).  Razor1911 is the mighty man behind this deal, here is what they say about Origin.

Razor1911 doesn’t accept and support the online DRM ‘Origin’ from EA.This release is dedicated to our fans worldwide who bought this game on legal way and don’t want to install the trojan from Electronic Arts to play online.

This “bypass” is available on most torrent sites, do a bit of searching to find it if you dare.


Airborne Gamer
Airborne Gamer
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3 comments
kr8w20
kr8w20

You guys must be poor if you can't afford 8gb of ram(talking about the people hating it, it only uses 71mb for me not that big of a deal)._. I just use it to chat with the guys in my clan or friends so it doesn't bother me.

xyjamesw
xyjamesw

I have 32 BG of RAM, I still hate Origin. It's DRM at it's foulest. It might as well be malware.[Malware, short for malicious (or malevolent) software, is software used or created by attackers to disrupt computer operation, --gather sensitive information--, or gain access to private computer systems. It can appear in the form of code, scripts, --active content, and other software--.[1] 'Malware' is a general term used to refer to a variety of forms of hostile or ----intrusive software-- ]Steam differs in that it is never required unless you yourself seek to use there services. Any and all games can be purchased separate and do not require a linked account.  Microsoft Games, Origin, and many other covert DRM products are all malicious and  breach the freedoms presented by the natural boundaries of the internet and the privacy awarded through it's usage. ...and piracy be damned.  Most Pirates end up purchasing the products they rip and burn in the end. Doing so willingly to support the companies from which they pirated.

djtedo
djtedo

i find this pretty funny :P

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