“Ironically, this robbery seems a lot like a marketing campaign for the game itself – says Arthur Protasio, coördinator of the CTS Game Studies project at FGV. – And about the users who are making anticipated use of the game, I don’t believe there should be any kind of punishment, for the sellers were responsible for the mistake”.
Read the news article here (in Portuguese).
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