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Weekly Rant: Online Passes Are A Horrible Idea

If you've purchased a video game with any sort of online functionality recently, then you're probably familiar with the idea of online passes. These are codes that come with new copies of video game that must be activated before a player can take the game online. Players who buy the game used will have to plop down an additional fee (generally about ten dollars) in order to have access to these features. In fact, some single-player games are even beginning to lock some of their features behind a pay-wall as well, using their own version of the "online pass" idea.

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