By sdodd02 39 Comments
So today, I said to myself, "Wow, I really want Gears 2." So I rounded up most of my old Gamecube Games as well as a few 360 games. This is what games I brought in and how much I recived for each one. I had a total of 18 games, 5 360 games, 15 Gamecube games. The grand total ended up being $64.93. just enough to get gears. After I made my purchase he handed me a receipt which had all the games I traded in and how much I got for each one. Let's just say I was a little pissed after I saw this receipt. I know it's old, but 2.60 for Kameo? And I only got 3.90 for Mass Effect, yet I get 9.10 for NFS: Most Wanted?How does that work out? I also got 36 cents for Tak and the power of juju. I know that's an old game, and it's not very good, but still, I couldn't even get 1 dollar for it when they are going to try to sell it for 10? The whole system seems flawed to me. I'm sure most of you know about this, but I had really never gone to trade in games before. I mean, it was probably worth it, all these games are games I'm never going to touch again, I might as well get something out of them. I'm pretty that's how Gamestop can do that. They know that people know that they are the only place they can go trade games in, so Gamestop just makes it retardedly unreasonable. Oh well, I got my copy of gears 2 which is amazing from what I have played so far.