In an attempt to deftly avoid the legal issues which recently befell its North American counterpart
, UK electronic entertainment retailer GAME has begun adhering warning labels to used games which have likely been stripped of their bundled DLC vouchers, such as Mass Effect 2
and Battlefield: Bad Company 2
. According to MCV
, the stickers, which tell consumers to check with store clerks on the availability of a particular game's DLC, arrived in stores last week.
We appreciate GAME's transparency in its reaction to Project Ten Dollar
, but we're not sure why these warning labels also say "but each new copy of this game also includes a handful of angry, extremely venomous scorpions, so maybe you should just go with this used one instead."