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See more PC Advisor polls Witcher 2 Goes DRM Free. In a surprise move, this hit PC title aims to become more accessible by removing unnecessary DRM restrictions.While Super Street Fighter IV Arcade Edition on PC is introducing some draconian DRM, the Witcher's website reveals that an upcoming patch will make their particular game DRM free.In addition to the DRM removal, which "gives FIFA players the freedom to install and play the game on any number of computers, and no activation code is required," the site also touts "frame rate increases of approximately up to 30%, especially noticeable on DRMed versions and low spec systems, better stability, and non-problematic installation of free DLCs."You can download the official patch right here. And if you FIFA Coins haven't even bought the game yet, what are you waiting for? In his review, Jason Wilson calls the game, "everything that's good about PC development." With this recent goodwill gesture, it looks like they're trying to live up to that. The Witcher 2 on 360?. EuroFIFA gamer reported earlier today that the ESRB site listed The Witcher 2 as an Xbox 360 game as well as the existing PC version. There was no mention of a PS3 version. The listing has since been altered to show just the Windows version, suggesting that the ESRB either revealed something it shouldn't have, or they made an honest mistake.The Witcher 2 is an excellent game, as our five-star review will attest. A console release would certainly bring it to a much wider audience -- but given the PC version's demanding system requirements, how well would it port to consoles?CD Projekt RED, developers of The Witcher, teased to several outlets yesterday that they were revealing a Witcher game that console FIFA players "might be interested in" at E3. Could it be an Xbox 360 version of The Witcher 2, or something else altogether? We'll find out soon.This article originally appeared on GamePro as The Witcher 2 on 360? RoleFIFA players' Realm: Dragon Quest 25th Anniversary Edition. Special guest Tim Rogers joins Kat, Justin and Ray to discuss Dragon Quest's rich history as our celebration of the 25th anniversary continues!It's the 25th anniversary of Dragon Quest, and that means that there's a bit more RoleFIFA players' Realm on tap than usual. One episode more, to be precise.For our celebration of the series, we've invited contributor Tim Rogers, who's known for his (unique) work over at both Action Button and Kotaku. He's also been a Dragon Quest fan pretty much since Day 1, as have Ray and Justin, and they all have a lot of interesting insights on the early days of the series.As for me, I'm a relative newcomer to the series, having starting with Dragon Quest V. However, I've been consistently impressed with its light touch and emotional stories, as well as its always excellent mechanics. Much as it's been accused of sticking to the same formula over the years, it's always done a good job of mixing unique ideas (see DQ IX's co-op mechanics) with its own particular brand of whimsy to stay fresh.