With the economy on the decline, used-game sales have become a major boon to consumers, as well as an irksome bane to publishers and developers. While TheFeed has examined comments on this issue, I used DICE 2009 as an opportunity to learn what some of gaming's biggest hitters think of the issue. In some cases I learned something new and gained a perspective that I hadn't considered. In other cases, I was very much surprised.
Check out what Universal's Pete Wanat, Bethesda's Todd Howard, Raven's Brian Raffel, Insomniac's Ted Price, Gas Powered Games' Chris Taylor, and id's Todd Hollenshead have to say on the hot-button issue.