It's been an exciting week! E3, aftermaths, lots of games, and today, the DRM removal of the Xbox One.
For one, I think many people over the net are happy, others are lent down because this could remove the proposal of having cheaper games at early times. Others, like me, are quite sad to see that the family sharing feature will fade away.
Since I believe that complaining does not solve a thing, I suggest (which I could be very wrong) to allow games downloaded via Xbox Live to be shared with family members. Furthermore, the DRM will be the same used on the 360.
You can do it a la iTunes. For example, if I connect to the Internet, I decide which family members will be allowed to play the game at once. Since, I believe there were two people, I select the ones I see fit. if I select two family members, then my game is locked out, and I can't play it until I relinquish the authorization from other family members.
The thing is that a single player game could be replicated throughout all family members if they decide to set each other offline. Example: I have three family members: Alan, Wilson, William. I activate the family sharing, and lend Wilson the game. I can still play the game because I own the authorization. I disconnect my xbox from the Internet. I log in in another console and relinquish my own authorization and give it to Alan. Then, Wilson does the same: he disconnects his device from the Internet, and logs in in William's device. He sets the rights to use the game to William. Now, the 4 can play the same game at the same time.
Why? Because each xbox offline were previously authorized to play each game. They will be able to do so, as long as you don't connect back to the Internet.
To counter this method, I'd suggest a mandatory online check, each 24 hours, IF AND ONLY IF you enable Family Sharing. Both parties would be happy.
I've also made this post on Xbox Live Forums to see how people react to it!
What do you think?!