Gamestop removes copies of Deus Ex from shelves


After igniting controversy earlier today by opening new PC copies of Deus Ex: Human Revolution and removing codes which entitled buyers to a free OnLive version of the game, Gamestop has now removed all copies of the game from its shelves, pending a recall. The recall is apparently being performed in agreement with Square Enix, the publishers of the game but still – removing an item the buyer has a right to receive and then recalling all PC copies of the game from your shelves – come on, Gamestop.

Source: Kotaku

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