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Dawn of War: No CD Required

Soon after I started playing Dawn of War - Dark Crusade, my friend also bought a copy of the Platinum Edition. He commented to me that he is pleasantly surprised that the game doesn't require the CD to play. That's a relief, because we are all tired of changing CD's all the time whenever we change games. I mean it's a lot of work, we got to find the box for the game, take it out of the cardboard sleeve, open up the CD box, open up the CD drive, put the CD in the drive, close the drive, and start the game. It's twice as much work if there is already another game CD in the drive, because now we got to find the box for that game. I'm looking forward to the day when games doesn't require the original CD's to run.

Chieh Cheng
Thu, 24 Apr 2008 02:12:53 +0000

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