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The Jimquisition: Fighting the 'problem' of used games

Oct 03 // Jim Sterling
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For the past two episodes, I have railed against publishers and their war on used games. In the concluding part, I praise those tactics that I do not find obnoxious, and would like to see further encouraged. Rather than punish used gamers, companies need to reward new ones. Pretty simple ... you'd think.

These were pretty fun to do, especially as it's a subject I take very personally. Hope you enjoyed the episodes, anyway. I'll be changing the subject next week, thank Christ!


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