Gamestop customer James Collins has decided he is going to sue the retailer over claims of false advertising, based on a second-hand copy he bought of Dragon Age: Origins.
Collins says he was misled by a copy of Origins because the box told him there would be free DLC included within the game.
The said DLC it mentions would have been a part of EA’s Project Ten Dollar scheme, but most of those codes would have been redeemed by now if they weren’t already from a second-hand game.
He went back to get back his money from Gamestop ($54.99), but was refused because the seven-day exchange window had closed. He then discovered he would have to have spend another $15 on it online for the DLC. Oops to you, sir.
Gamestop wouldn’t comment on the case.
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