At 8/23/12 04:45 AM, phrozonfire wrote:
Yeah, I don't mind trading some stuff, but how will it work?
What decides the value of one game to another? I propose we go by months a game's been released.
For example obviously Sleeping Dogs and Darksiders II have the same monetary value so it's fine to trade them together, but for games that are really old I'm not sure how to do that. We'll need to iron out the kinks.
Well, that would be cool too, but if you're loaning games to someone that you dont explicitly live close to, then wouldnt you trading games with them be moreso a matter of trust? Thusly, as long as the two of you agreed on which games you wanted from each other as well as any other pertinent details, it wouldnt really matter how valuable said games were. Rather, it would fall into "Can I trust this guy to give me my game(s) back"
Honestly, barring the games I play local multiplayer with and the games i'm grinding at the moment, i'd be willing to trade with a few of you guys later on down the line. If you dont trust the person you're trading with, you're probably better off not trading at all, I reckon.