For many years, you may have seen game that you've wanted, but not absolutely had to get on day one, so you wait for a bit. One day, you go into a shop and see a pre-owned version of the game for about half the price. Great! Right? Well for you, maybe, but for those same years, the developers have felt left out - a pre-owned title does not gain them money as it is merely one person selling to another person in the superficial hands of a retailer.
Well, now developers are starting to get their own back, they've had enough of this and have decided to alter the content which second-hand gamers get. Yes, it could be classed as wrong, and many oppose this system; but many others also see the point that developers have. But is this fair to the gamer? Do the developers know how it feels to buy a game and then realise that you've only really bought most of it?