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The Jimquisition: The used game solution


2:00 PM on 08.27.2010



The subject of used games is an ever-thorny issue, but the debate has reached a fever pitch this week, with many pundits weighing in to give their two cents (and you better make sure THQ gets those two cents!). There was more fitting a subject for this week's Jimquisition. 

I talk about online passes, why I think they are bollocks, and what I think companies like THQ should really be doing to encourage the sale of new games. Do you agree? Disagree? Let your opinion be known!

I apologize for how frail my voice sounds and for looking even more spaced out than usual. I recorded this video with a pretty bad head cold and sore throat. I did my best to not let it show, but it does come through. 

Anyway, enjoy!






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