mort1mer wrote:That is pretty lame. Not sure I understand the logic behind that. If you buy the game from GS, why would they care about the on live code?
Lambshot23 wrote:I have not bought a game from those fuckers since you guys turned me on to amazon same day release.
gwildor wrote:Square Enix should have distributed two different copies.
gwildor wrote:Yes.. it's illogical for them to open a new box.. But the blame falls squarely on SquareEnix here! (pun intended).. You have to let the game sellers be competitive.. You don't fucking pick your favorite distributor who gives you a reach around.. and then slip in a coupon for said competitor and get the other competitors to distribute it?!?!
Do I think its wrong that they opened new copies of the game. YES.. Do I blame them for taking action to protect themselves. No.
I say Fuck SquareEnix.
JohnnyHustler wrote:I fail to see how this is different than every game that requires Steam, GFWL, or Origin to be installed before you can play? Why is GS singling out Deus Ex for having a code to use with OnLive, especially when it's not OnLive that's getting a single penny from the sale? Every PC game is basically coming with a competitor to GameStop's upcoming service. You've never heard GS bitch about any of the other games they sell having a download service included.
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