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GameStop PowerPass, Unlimited Used Games Program, Temporarily Suspended

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All the way back in September, GameStop announced its PowerPass program. Essentially, it turned your local GameStop into a video game library. For $60 (the price of one new video game), you got six months worth of access to any pre-owned games in the store, with the stipulation that you could only rent one at a time. After six months, you could keep one of the games. It was a decent way to incentivize going to GameStop rather than just downloading all of your games.
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