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As part of a lawsuit settlement, GameStop stores in California will be required to put up warning signs warning buyers of used console games they may have to purchase additional DLC content.
The used game industry has taken some heavy hits recently. After EA announced that it would start charging second-hand users a $10 fee to play online, in the form of an online pass, gamers were...