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UK retailer Game promises free in-store WiFi, asks only that you visit

Sharif Sakr
09.17.12
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Ever put a game back on the shelf because Metacritic took too long to load? Fortunately, the UK's largest (and wobbliest) games retailer is aware of the impediment and has decided to offer free Wi-Fi in all 341 of its premises before Christmas. The service will be part of BT WiFi's network of hotspots and aim to give gamers access to "all the information they need to buy there and then."

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