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Gamestop Giving Batman: Arkham City Used Purchasers Catwoman Pass for Free

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The revelation that Batman: Arkham City's one-use code unlocks the entirety of Catwoman gameplay in the game's main campaign set back quite a few gamers looking to rent the game or buy used. GameStop feels your pain.

An internal memo verified with GameStop locations tells its retail staff that used copies of Batman: Arkham City should be paired with a code for Catwoman content printed on the receipt. All of this seems fairly counteractive to the online pass code itself, but GameStop is a huge corporation with some pretty strong ties with publishers.

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