Pre-Orders Are Fictional

CheatCC says - "When you pre-order a game, the general assumption on the consumer’s part is that you’re entering into something of a contract with the store in question. You put a small down payment on a title that interests you, they make sure to order a copy of that game for you and hold it for a few days so you can rest easy, knowing that it will be waiting in the back/under the register to feel your tender caress. Nowhere is the pre-order pushed harder than at GameStop, where it counts toward the dreaded “numbers” that employees are expected to hit, a quota of add-ons rather than actual sales that helps to determine their future with the company."

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