"If you plan on buying the M-rated classic, Bad Boys: Miami Take Down from your local GameStop, you might want to make sure you bring your ID and a DNA sample to prove it's actually you."
According to reports, Gamestop managers were informed of a stricter M-rated software sales policy. If a a member of staff is caught selling an M-rated game to minors, then they will be FIRED. There is also extreme rumors circulating that the store manager could get fired too, even if he is not present at the time of a violation of this new policy.
" In a conference call held late last week, managers were informed of the new, stricter M-rated software sales policy. Selling a game to a minor and getting caught will result in immediate termination. But it gets better -- if an hourly employee sells an M-rated game to a minor, not only will he or she lose their job, but the salaried store manager will be terminated as well, even if they were not present in the store at the time of the sale. Yikes."