GAME, one of the biggest video-games retailers in Britain, has reportedly added warning stickers to its pre-owned stock that was without DLC which has been introduced to the new version of the game.
The retailer took action after reports emerged that an annoyed customer sued GameStop for selling him a second hand copy of Dragon Age: Origins that was devoid of the DLC advertised on the packaging.
Speaking on the topic, the retailer said, "We have been developing a policy for notifying customers at the point of purchase which was implemented last week in-store."
Adding free DLC warning to the new copies of the game helps in combating the lure of purchasing a pre-owned game with the likes of Dragon Age, Race Driver: GRID Reloaded, Battlefield: Bad Company 2, Mass Effect 2 and the like.
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