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MaximumBunny: ...
Just wanted to say that. And in addition, there are people who will quite literally make a use of anything that allows them to get working keys - like, for example, when keys for Natural Selection 2 leaked, these resellers jumped right at the opportunity and cost an indie dev a fair share of money.
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Big_Boss: Is www.kinguin.net a legit site?
They have Bioshock Infinite for 19€, and many other games at a very low price...but I doubt they can sell these keys or not.
The site seems like an Ebay, only selling key.
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