Submitted by xtremexx 1225d ago | opinion piece

Replay Value in Games

GameStatics - "It’s fairly common knowledge in the gaming world that the reason there’s so much focus now on multiplayer games, multiplayer modes, and other features that cut into single-player gaming experiences, is because of the used games market. See, it’s well known that the used game market is crippling the games industry something fierce. A vast majority of gamers buy their games used, and when that happens the original publishers and developers don’t see a dime of that sale—all that money is kept by the gamestop or wherever you bought it at..." (GameStop, Industry, PC, PS3, Xbox 360)

Tzuno  +   1225d ago
These days 10% of the new games have that value.
Psychotica  +   1225d ago
I wonder why console games don't require a product key like PC games do. Isn't that the primary reason I can't trade in or buy used PC games from places like Gamestop?

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