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Sep 30, 2009 | 3:53 PM EDT
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Stop trading in your games, yer just getting ripped off. Watch & learn!



Rated 5 / 5 stars

Good point.

With the resale value that they sell the used games for, they could ATLEAST give you somewhere from 30-50% of the price they plan to sell it for. The games always get bought. I remember about a year ago when the sold N64 cartiges for like, 5-7 dollars per item. They were all gone in about a month.

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Rated 5 / 5 stars

I GOT RIPPED OFF TOO (but i didnt sell it)

i got my gba (the newer model) and all but 2 games that i have so that gba and bout 15 games how much were they offering 60 CD $ LIE WHAT THE FUCK!!!


Rated 5 / 5 stars

Was this made for me?

I always have a fucking problem like this when I come to trade in some games. Like I go down to Play N' Trade with 3 NES games (good ones but not rare at all) to trade in. One of the games I had already bought from there before, and IT STILL HAD THE GOD DAMN PRICE STICKER on it. $3.99, that's fare, but they give me less than $1.50 for the stack of 3! What the shit!?


Rated 5 / 5 stars

So true, that it's sad!!

All I see is people complaining how much they can get for old games and old consoles, such as the gameboy color and the gamecube. How can you honestly expect to get more than 20$? Also, as far as I can say, I never had problem with Gamestop regarding unopened games. I always kept my receipts with me. I don't know why people like to believe that they can get a refund on a opened product, even if it's brand new?

Btw, the gamers should know by now that even in some of the games they play, when you want to sell something, you get a maximum of 50% off the full price. What's wrong with Gamestop giving up to a maximum of 50% on a game that might have cost around 70 or 80$ (including taxes)? Why people tend to believe that Gamestop (other shops like it) make money out of brand new game? The games are not theirs. How is it possible? How can the developers make money out of their games if so many stores sell them? So stop complaining... jeez! If you want to trade in, it's perfectly fine. It makes life easier those who work there. But don't say that people are getting ripped off when the games are old and unpopular. It's common logic.

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Rated 5 / 5 stars

ok i know u all know this game

GOD OF WAR U HEAR ME GOD OF WAR the epic game that started the badass trilogy 5 bucks selling for 40 and its 1 that i have seldomly played as not to scath or damage i used my friends lmost of the time NO PROBLEMS ON DISK and 5 goddamn dollars