If they are one I really loved like Halo reach I keep them on display.
What do you do with your games after completing them?
If a game was something I consider great, want to show off, or something I want to go back to eventually I'll keep the game. If I didn't feel satisfied during my quest to beat the game, it goes to GameStop/Play N Trade/Goozex for use towards new games or games to fill in holes in my collection.
In the past i kept all my games, i had over 100 at one point for the xbox alone but after i lost my job and most of my possesions including my house/games collection and consoles i vowed never to hold on to all the games again. i regret not taking them from the house before the landlord evicted me but i had nowhere to keep them at the time.
Since I buy a lot of games, I tend to only keep those that i'll want to play with again. This amount juggles between eight and thirteen games per year that will stay in my active collection. I won't ever keep games for the sake of collection, only for active entertainment.
I occassionally sell games I have finished or probably won't bother finishing, but in general you don't get much for a used game, so I keep most of them. B was the answer closest to what I do, but in general I don't even sell games I disliked - I might try them again some day, and in many of the cases where I sold games I didn't think were that great, I've regretted it afterwards.
For most of my games, when they are finished with both of the Single Player and when I get bored with the Online modes, they are sold back to Gamestop. That way, it helps pay for the next batch of games that I purchase. Several games, even when I do everything there is to do on it and get tired of the MP modes, I stash them on my bookshelf with the few games that I keep after beating them.
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