UFC Undisputed 2010 has joined the "Project $10" bandwagon - at half the price - walling off its multiplayer content behind a one-use code that costs $5 to anyone without it, i.e. those who rent or buy the game used.
Strong users of rental services and resale or trade-in options, sports gamers justifiably feel blindsided by EA Sports' new "Online Pass," which requires a ton of once-standard game content to be activated by a one-use code.
Goozex is a swap-meet alternative to reselling that's gotten pretty popular with cash-conscious gamers. The service just added 6,000 titles on several retro platforms, from the Nintendo 64 all the way back to the Atari 2600.