Lawsuit forces Gamestop to post used game DLC warnings in California, online

Lawsuit forces Gamestop to post used game DLC warnings in California, online

arstechnica.com
The difference between used games and new copies that include free downloadable content will be a bit clearer to many customers at used game giant Gamestop. That's because of a class-action settlement that is forcing the retailer to post warnings about those differences in its California stores and on...
Lawsuit forces Gamestop to post used game DLC warnings in California, online
                                     

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