As first reported on The Paranoid Gamer by our own Wesly, Gamestop has been accused of removing the free OnLive codes for Deus Ex: Human Revolution included in the retail PC versions of the game. At this very time, there is an internal memo going around Gamestop chains telling managers to discontinue the sale of the PC version of Deus Ex and take it off store shelves. Square has approved the recall and Gamestop will accept returns with original receipt.
So, if any of you have been affected by this, here’s your chance to act now and get what’s rightfully yours!
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