so I finally made it through the essay, car manufacturers have nothing to do with the used car market, at least in australia. I also can't think of any physical good for sale on the market today (apart from perishable items) which can't be sold secondhand
dealer does not equal manufacturer mate, they are privately owned.
At the moment used games give NO money to the developers and publishers of the games. It all goes to EB Games or Gamestop or whoever. The game was purchased once, yes, but it might get bought on four separate occasions and a company who has nothing to do with making or developing that game will make just as much, if not more due to having to outlay nothing to manufacture and distribute, money off of it. Whether or not it happens elsewhere, it is killing the industry and the big console manufacturers will fix this, whether or not you like it.
Hey I never said it wouldn't happen, and I don't really care either way, play **** all games nowadays. In terms of business practice though, it's a bad gesture. What next, ban video stores?
Sm00teh totally on the money here.
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