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Ensemble busts AoE punks

Alan Rose
April 3, 2006
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In a move that mimics recent actions taken by Blizzard and Square Enix, Ensemble Studios announced over the weekend that they have taken corrective action against Age of Empires III abusers. Cheating, hacked decks, point trading, and even racist chat channels were cited as reasons for account bannings via CD key deactivation.

Read more about Ensemble's online policies at their AoE3 community web site.



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