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There has been a recent trend of video game developers delivering extra content to gamers through codes that are packaged with the purchase of a new game. Recently more and more developers are putting these codes on services like the PlayStation Store and Xbox LIVE. The most common example of these codes are online passes, which are codes that are required to enable multiplayer experiences for the player.
Pre-Owned Buyers Of Arkham City Can Get Free Catwoman Codes At GameStop
The soon-to-release Batman: Arkham City may not be coming with an online pass, but it was announced that the game will be coming with a code that enables the player to play as Catwoman. Of course, gamers assumed that this was bad news for gamers who were purchasing this game pre-owned, because most pre-owned copies of games don't have codes anymore. However, in an e-mail from GameStop to Game Informer, it has been announced that these codes will be given out for free with pre-owned copies at GameStop retail stores.
Good news for gamers, bad news for developers.
Posted by Nimbus
on 10/15 at 02:50 PM