Valve was supposedly going to make a change to its End-User License Agreement (EULA) last September, but has failed to do so. The group suing Valve over it stated in September that if Steam users aren’t allowed to resell their digital content, they would pursue legal actions. VZBV states that it’s not fair that consumers cannot resell, or trade, their games. Digital copies of the games should be handled just like physical copies.
Steam will be changing the EULA on January 31st, but it’s believed to be “too little, too late”.
Honestly I think the whole DRM business is fishy. I pay for my games. I should own them, not license them. If, for whatever reason, the EULA is changed, I might end up losing the license and my games are *poof* gone. Which is completely bullshit. So yes, you go VZBV.