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Old 28th March 2017, 18:18   #1
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Default Microsoft admits stuffing up X-Box disk resale

Four years after the event

Software king of the world has finally admitted that it stuffed up the sale of X-Box disks four years after its actions caused a bit of a stink with users.

For those who came in late four years ago Vole rolled out and then reversed a controversial plan to let game publishers limit resale of used, disk-based games. The move scored massive amounts of complaints and yet Microsoft held its course despite opposition.
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