#1 Posted by Schmollian (265 posts) -

So the disc drive in my 360 took a shit recently and will no longer will read discs, and since I have absolutely no intention of buying another one I thought I would just fucking sell all of my 360 games. The thing is, I don't really ever sell games... Ever. So I have no idea what prices I should accept for each game. That is where you guys come in.

Here is my game stack:

Red Dead Redemption

Max Payne 3

Gears of War 3

UFC Undisputed 2010

UFC Undisputed 3

L.A. Noire

Mass Effect 2

Mass Effect 3

Dead Space

Dead Space 2

EA Sports MMA

Borderlands

Call Of Duty: Modern Warfare 2

Bayonetta

Mortal Kombat

Saints Row: The Third

Just Cause 2

Forza 3

Assassins Creed: Brotherhood

Now all of these games are in REALLY good condition and each one still includes the manual inside. All work perfectly and have only really been in the system long enough for me to finish them (with the exception of RDR. I played the shit out of that game. But the disc is still in great condition). I figure I already own the ones I really care about on PS3 or my PC so I figure, hey why not just sell these things.

So what price, per game, would you guys think I should sell these for?

#2 Posted by believer258 (11991 posts) -

Are you taking them to Gamestop or are you putting them on eBay or what?

The best thing to do would be to look on eBay or Amazon and see how much they're going for used.

#3 Posted by BigJeffrey (5076 posts) -

EBay.com

#4 Posted by Schmollian (265 posts) -

Yes, yes, eBay.

I'm just looking for opinions here is all.

#5 Posted by OtakuGamer (1263 posts) -

If you live in the UK, check out CeX or GAME as they will tell you how much exactly they are willing to give you for those games. For the US, eh... can't help you there. Check eBay and evaluate from there.

#6 Posted by StrainedEyes (1326 posts) -

What I did when I sold a few games on Craigslist awhile ago was check what Amazon would pay me for a trade in, compare that to what Amazon and Gamestop were selling pre-owned copies for, and pick some happy median to sell them at.

#7 Edited by Hunter5024 (5808 posts) -

Most of these go for about $15 new, so I'd suggest you ask for $10 at the most.

#8 Edited by mwng (944 posts) -

If you're talking eBay UK, I'd say throw them all on for a week starting £0.99 (free insert), then charge a little over the odds for P&P (say £2.50).

Judging from your list, you'll probably make maybe £5 per game on average. The majority of 360 games are fairly worthless at this point.

Also suggest listing on Sunday evening for maximum exposure.

#9 Posted by Blu3V3nom07 (4234 posts) -