If people weren’t allowed to play used DVDs, films wouldn’t be able to circulate amongst the people and rise in popularity, which would destroy the concept of cult followings and dedicated fan bases. If books weren’t allowed to circulate beyond the initial buyer, the spread of knowledge that has become the foundation of society would be just shy of impossible. Video games should not get a pass on this.
Jordan Wright is a reporter and film critic currently studying news and editorial journalism as a senior at Texas A&M University-Commerce. He hopes to write professionally on the video game and film industry.