Gaming Blend writes:
"Perry mentions elsewhere in the piece that we should be able to choose between used games and new games, but we should choose the latter. In spite of the fact that, as he acknowledges, "triple-A games are too expensive." In spite of the fact that he can "completely get why people want to buy a used copy of a game for a couple bucks cheaper." We should buy new games because it's the right thing to do.
In other words, gaming companies aren't a business. They're a cause, like live music. They're pals who really need your help. Sure, it costs more money to buy a game new but what's a few bucks among friends?