Yeah, yeah, it's all over the Net: N-Gage games have been cracked.
Look, corporates: consumers will always find ways to unbundle embedded property rights from digital goods - so if you don't give consumers a reason to use them along with the good, by shifting the value equation, all they'll do is get rid of the property rights in gray markets.
Like they did with old-school copy protection. And DVD region-encoding. And dongles. And will do with every form of DRM that will ever be devised. That's why DRM alone will never be enough.