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The Jimquisition: Accountability

4:00 PM on 06.20.2011 // Jim Sterling
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With Call of Duty Elite and EA's Origin service both kickstarting this year, the number of online accounts that the videogame industry expects me to possess is reaching ludicrous levels. This week's Jimquisition is a bit of a vent against the outrageous amount of accounts and subscriptions that companies think we want. Or at least want us to want.

Seriously, just looking at the list of accounts I already have makes me fume, especially considering how many I needed last generation (spoiler: none).




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