Jude Terror wrote:Bender's been on this "one time voucher" thing. The purpose of that is to prevent people from selling the used game and allowing people to get the downloadable content for free.
When you download something on PSN, it saves your ownership of that product on the network. You can download it again any time. It's connected to your account. The "One Time Use" refers to changing ownership of the game.
Not true. It doesn't work like other things you purchase through the PSN. It's a single use, never can be used again, no matter what voucher. DMM told me he bought the GOTY edition and confirmed that I was correct. If you want it to work like Jude described (whereby your purchase is documented and you can re-download it in the future) then skip the GOTY edition and just purchase the expansions via the PSN.
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