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RPSReal Property Services (US DoD)
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RPSRemote Printing Service
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RPSResearch Publishing Services (Singapore and India)
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RPSRetirement Plan Service (various locations)
RPSRole Playing Strategy
RPSReactor Protection System (nuclear reactors)
RPSRadiological Protection System (US FEMA)
RPSRegulatory Position Statement (environment; UK)
RPSRenal Pathology Society
RPSRisques Psycho-Sociaux (French: Psychosocial Risks; behavioral science)
RPSRemittance Processing System
RPSRequirements Planning System (various companies)
RPSReform Party of Syria (political party)
RPSRole Playing Simulation
RPSRegistered Pension Scheme (UK)
RPSRadioisotope Power System
RPSRoyal Philatelic Society
RPSRole Playing System (gaming)
RPSRotational Position Sensing
RPSRadio Paging System
RPSRosanna Primary School (Australia)
RPSRetirement Planning Seminar
RPSRenewable Portfolio System (energy)
RPSReference Picture Selection
RPSRailways Pension Scheme (UK)
RPSRaytheon Polar Services
RPSRenewable Power Solutions (San Jose, CA)
RPSRing Parameter Server (Token Ring)
RPSRapid Prototyping Software
RPSRemote Proposal System
RPSRoadway Package Service
RPSRotor Position Sensor (large appliance component)
RPSRadiation Protection Standard
RPSRealtime Programming System
RPSRegional Professional Studies (Edith Cowan University; Australia)
RPSRandom Parity Stream (Fujitsu)
RPSRemote Power System (Yuasa)
RPSReference Point System
RPSRetention Price Scheme (India)
RPSRosewood Pottery Studio (Richmond, VA)
RPSRotation Per Second
RPSResource Poor Settings (developing countries healthcare)
RPSRicoh Printing Systems (various locations)
RPSRobust Passive Sonar
RPSRecords of the Parliaments of Scotland to 1707 (University of St Andrews; Scotland)
RPSRadar Position Symbol
RPSRoutine Product Set
RPSRecovery Placement Services (psychotherapy; Hendersonville, NC)
RPSRack & Pinion Steering
RPSRepetitive Payment System (insurance)
RPSRemote Processing Station
RPSRegistered Publications Section (US Navy)
RPSRecording and Playback System
RPSRapport Préliminaire de Sûreté (French: Preliminary Safety Report; also seen as RPRS)
RPSRulang Primary School (Singapore)
RPSRegistration Practice Statement
RPSRecords and Publishing Services
RPSRelative Phase Shift
RPSRubber Producers' Society (India)
RPSReactive Polystyrene
RPSRecover Protected Species (US NOAA)
RPSRandom Preloaded Subsets
RPSRegistered Publication System
RPSRemote Planning System
RPSRobotic Precursor System
RPSRepair Program Software
RPSReview and Prioritization Subcommittee
RPSRack Position Sensor
RPSResearch in Patient Safety (Maryland)
RPSRed Pepper Software Company
RPSRenal Pressor Substance
RPSReconnaissance Planning System (US DoD)
RPSRobotic Patient Simulators
RPSRedundant Protective System
RPSRapid Primary Survey
RPSRaster Product Standard
RPSRivervale Primary School (Singapore)
RPSRoentgens Per Second
RPSRainbow Portal Software
RPSreemitted-positron spectroscopy
RPSResource Provider Selection
RPSRail Pressure Sensor
RPSRedditch Philatelic Society (UK)
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In an (http://www.rockpapershotgun.com/2012/09/05/ubisoft-scrapping-always-on-drm-for-pc-games/) interview with British gaming website "Rock, Paper, Shotgun," Stephanie Perotti, Ubisoft's worldwide director for online games, said that the company has "listened to feedback" and decided that it will "only require a one-time online activation when you first install the game, and from then you are free to play the game offline."
Looking to perhaps cash-in on the "build your own" concept of "Minecraft," "Hearthfire" allows players to build their "Skyrim" homes from the ground up, as well as enjoy family life with your spouse and the adoption of children, according to Rock, Paper, Shotgun. The "Elder Scrolls" series has always been big on allowing players creative freedom to enjoy the universe carefully created by Bethesda (developers behind "Fallout 3" and publishers of "Brink"), so allowing the freedom to create one's own homestead, have a family and stewards to take care of things is an interesting concept.