It appears the unthinkable has happened and a third party publisher has actually went and added a patch for NBA 2K14 (2K Sports / 2K Games, subsidary of Take-Two Interactive) which implements some Always Online DRM for single player campaign gameplay. The exact details are described in full in the following video with actual proof for gamers to see it for themselves.
"Jon Ireson of RealGamerNewz writes, “RealGamerNewz had the recent opportunity to speak with the developers behind Superlumina about what was going through their minds when they put together Superlumina: First Contact for the iOS platform. While visually the game may resemble something like chess in space, the concepts behind the title prove to be far more deep than that. Superlumina: First Contact’s subtitle also plays on the fact that mankind has for the first time stepped out of the confine..."
Looking to take on the role of the Engineer in Battlefield 4? Or perhaps you want a gun that is somewhere between an assault rifle and a PDW? Learn all about the various carbines that are available for player use in BF4 in this article. Everything from base stats to attachments is covered.
"Jon of RealGamerNewz writes, "I have many positive things to say about Knack but at the heart of its core one thing must be respected. Knack is a pure 3D Platformer and defines the next-generation of its genre without the need for stealing elements from shooter or action games. Knack accomplishes a complete and fun experience with simply the mechanics of a 3D Platformer and does well to show off the graphical fidelity that can be accomplished with the PlayStation 4. Artistically this game is ..."