Gamestop has been getting some backlash from consumers for selling semi new games. When I mean semi new, I mean that they broke the seal on the game before selling it to you. The PC edition of Deus Ex: Human Revolution came with a code for a free digital copy for Onlive, an online game streaming service that isn't affiliated with Gamestop. Square Enix snuck in the voucher before packaging the game, something that Gamestop wasn't aware of. Apparently the guys in corporate sent out a memo telling all Gamestops to stop selling current copies so they can pop open the seals and pull the coupon before any more went out.
The latest Mortal Kombat for the Xbox 360 and PS3 will be available in April. Scorpion, Sub-Zero and the gang will be there and the game will also offer DLC. Depending on the retailer you go to, you'll get exclusive pre-order content. Mortal Kombat will have a collectors edition available as well dubbed Kollector's Edition. Click the title for the full story and check out who makes a special appearance in the game.
GameStop is going to the green zone by giving gamers the option to download games rather than go to the store and buy hard copies. Currently the website is hosting over 2000 downloadable PC games and demos. GameStop is also working on getting add-on content for games and possibly even DLC for XBLA. They state that in order to obtain your purchase from Xbox, XBLA codes will be emailed and then must be typed in to obtain your game.