Bad news on the software front.
It runs on a PC. The bios is encrypted. It boots an encrypted version of windows on one drive then loads the game from a second encrypted drive. The drives do not show up to other computers or copying equipment, it has already been tried by pros.
As soon as one of those 2 drives fail, the motherboard goes or the motherboard battery fails that game will be toast, assuming it doesn't already have a self destruct date in software.
It is relatively unlikely anyone is going to break modern encryption when the bios itself is encrypted.
This isn't exactly unique, many of the (cracked) PC based systems do similar (encrypted bios, encrypted truecrypt volumes within volumes etc.)
There has to be a way to dump the actual drive (usually involves booting it on the real system then finding some way to hotplug it to a real linux device etc. or sniffing the bus to find the unlock mechanism)
Of course an encrypted drive, and encrypted bios won't get your very far for playing it, and if the security keys are something secure, and stored in the dongle you still need a way to extract them.
The real problem is people go to all this work, then only distribute the @?!#ing hacked up images for play on a regular PC, which when then end up being bootlegged, and wiping out all hope of getting the encrypted originals!
The online distribution ones afaik are more secure because without an account they're worthless and most legitimate businesses aren't trying to crack them.