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User Info: Sharky8

5 years ago#1
Is copying a Club Nintendo code from a used game in the store and redeeming WITHOUT buying the game stealing?

What do you think?

User Info: GoldenAnderos

5 years ago#2
Is getting free games online stealing? The point of Club Nintendo is as a reward for buying Nintendo games. Why should anyone be rewarded for not buying them?

User Info: Thanatos112220

5 years ago#3
Well, technically yeah it's, but not everybody can afford to buy games all the time, so it's not a big deal man. Plus, most of the Nintendo rewards aren't that great either, sand most people don't even use Club Nintendo, so it doesn't matter.
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User Info: DeltaBladeX

5 years ago#4
Pisses me off when I get those games after someone else has used the code.

User Info: Iokua

5 years ago#5
Yes, it's stealing.
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User Info: yougotthetouch

5 years ago#6
Baha (aka THIEF) steals them all the time. It's definitely stealing..

User Info: Xx5ILLYR4BBITxX

5 years ago#7
Eh it's not really a big deal tc most ppl dont even know what club nintendo is.
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User Info: Fimble_the_mage

5 years ago#8
If you want to steal CN codes, check ebay. People post images of their games inserts all the time.

User Info: Nikra

5 years ago#9
Of course it's stealing: You took the paper where the code was on. That's stealing. There's no way you memorized the code.
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User Info: Shadowbird_RH

5 years ago#10
Or took a snapshot of it.
Yes. It is stealing. You're taking something that doesn't belong to you, and depriving the person who it will belong to of it. No hypothetical rationalizing can make that right.
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