Sony won't prohibit the sale of games with their new ToS.
7.1. You must not resell either Disc-based Software or Software Downloads, unless expressly authorised by us and, if the publisher is another company, additionally by the publisher.
This is the language people are freaking out over. Understandably so. If you've never read a ToS or understand EULA (End user license agreements) this might seem scary. But, it isn't.
They specifically state you have to be authorised. Which they do authorise you to do. If you have a copy of an EA game, EA"s EULA allows to you sell/transfer the software to someone else. Here is the language from their EULA.
3- Transfer. You may make a permanent transfer all your rightsto install and use the software to another individual or legal entity provided that: (a) you also transfer this License and all copies of the software; (b) you retain no copies of the software, upgrades, updates or prior versions; and (c) the receiving party acceptsthe terms and conditions of this License. EA may require that any end user of the software register the software as a condition of use.
The only thing you are prohibited to do is sale pre-release software. But, that's common sense. Unless you're authorised to do so. Pretty much the same as everyone else's EULA. You can sell stuff. No reason for them to not allow you unless you redeemed a code, or something. Even then, you can sell the disc, it just won't be of use to someone unless they buy another code/license. But, that's common sense since it becomes tied to your account.
Nothing to see here people. Move along. Can we spread this around to stop people freaking out? Thanks a lot.
It would be cool if someone could post this on NeoGaf, too. I try to stay away from Gaf. And I don't have a account and I don't want to make one.