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User avatar #17 - foreverporkchop **User deleted account** (09/08/2013) [-]
I never once felt screwed over by Gamestop. I just go in during their sales/promotions (30% extra trade-in etc.etc.) and get plenty of money. Just traded in about 4 games I bought last year towards GTA V Collectors edition, and only had to pay $5 to finish paying it off.
#22 to #17 - zyketor (09/08/2013) [-]
Did those 4 games from last year cost you $50- $60 each to get?

User avatar #106 to #22 - foreverporkchop **User deleted account** (09/08/2013) [-]
Yes they did. I had fun, beat them all the way, and likely would never play them again. Rather than letting them sit on my shelf collecting dust, I sold them back and made a minor profit. You can't expect to wait a year on a game and get it back for full price.
#62 to #22 - jinkazama (09/08/2013) [-]
What does that matter. He got to play through them fully.

Also, who cares what a game cost new, why would a shop offer you a lot for a **** game. Duke nukem forever was €17 less than a week after launch because of how **** it was. Get some concept of value dude, just because every new game is priced that way does not mean they are worth that much, pre owned prices however, tend to be how much a game is worth, as instead of having an RRP, a game has to be priced accordingly to sell.
User avatar #49 to #22 - dementedllama (09/08/2013) [-]
What does it matter if he's played the games and gotten hours of fun from them? If I had a bunch of games I bought and played to the point I was tired of them trading them in towards something else is completely logical and reasonable. I did the same thing, in fact. Some of the games I traded in hadn't been touched in months. It's not like people buy new games specifically to trade them in for a fraction of the price a few months or a year later.
Besides, Gamestop probably has tons of copies of certain games, they can't afford to pay out too much when they already have a dozen copies that haven't sold.
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