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|Technology - Video Games|
|Thursday, 02 August 2012 06:00|
No doubt there will be someone able to acquire all the games you want crisp and package, but many Habemos we are not in that situation, what the loan, exchange and purchase of used games has been a lifesaver and a great opportunity to try titles that otherwise would never have experienced.
No wonder that the constant rumors about the possibility that the games used to be illegible for the next console has raised such a stir among fans, industry people and some other " specialist subject "who have given opinions in favor ( and very supportive ) and against.
Now Paul Raines, President of GameStop, which is a party that has benefited from the purchase and sale of these games, states that ban does not make sense from the economic point of view and therefore does not think twice this rumor.
Raines is sure that such a move would damage the relationship between consumers and manufacturers and there is no doubt that strong reactions have been seen on this subject with ensuring that users prefer not to buy a console to implement such measures.
According to this view we can say what many say and suspect, who was behind the initiative are the publishing companies and perhaps some development companies, but if we take the words of Raines as true, the console manufacturers benefit of this practice.