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The hackers that ruined Christmas 2014 have been arrested

I actually have quite a fond memory of Christmas morning in 2014. My cousin had come over with his family and his son wanted to play NBA 2K15. I figured, why not? I'm never going to touch the game (which came as a pack-in with my PS4), so why not at least let someone have fun with it? That wasn't meant to be. I'm not sure what the introduction sequence for NBA 2K15 is, but without an internet connection, we were locked into playing with teams we didn't want and with a score that was already in favor of the opposition.
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