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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."

[Via GamePolitics]

This article was originally published on Joystiq.

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