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Take-Two: Quality key to combating used sales

Used-game sales have been a big issue for all publishers, especially as more retailers jump on the second-hand bandwagon. Once the domain of specialty retailers, such as GameStop, in 2010 firms including Toys 'R' Us, Target, and Best Buy have all added used-game offerings in an attempt to boost their own bottom lines.

As a result, publishers have become increasingly strident in their attempts to stem the second-hand sale of their titles. EA and THQ have started including one-time use codes to unlock online multiplayer modes in new copies of games, with Ubisoft promising to follow suit.

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NewsForMe2869d ago

I love how the people that complain about used games either make bad games or are way to greedy.