WAKE UP BIT-TECH, SKYRIM USES STEAMWORKS! That means having to create a Steam account and the not-so-implausible situation of losing the game (and any other Steamworks or Steam-purchased content) if the account gets suspended. Bit-Tech's casual approach to DRM in games (i.e. not including any details) is annoying enough but flagging a release as near-DRM-free when it uses one of the tightest DRM systems (only the always-on systems like Ubisoft's impose tighter restrictions) shows that the reviewer has got drunk on Bethesda's PR Kool-Aid. And yes, I'll be boycotting this as I've done every other game requiring online activation (and I do own both Morrowind and Oblivion).