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Submitted by ftwrthtx 625d ago | opinion piece

How to Maximize the Trade-in Value of Your Old Video Games

It's an exciting time for gamers. Sony gave the world a glimpse of the PlayStation 4 a few months ago; Microsoft is set to divulge some details about its Xbox 720 console; and E3 — the Electronic Entertainment Expo, in which everything is expected to concretely debut, with purchasing details — is just around the corner on June 11. (E3, PS3, PS4, Xbox 360, Xbox One)

ftwrthtx  +   625d ago
I've got so many games it's ridiculous. I'm a video game hoarder I reckon.
TerminalGamer  +   625d ago
I still have Atari 2600 and PS1 games
doctorstrange  +   625d ago
Never gonna let you go
TrendyGamers  +   625d ago
What if I want to terrorize the Trade-in Value of my Old Video Games?
optimus  +   624d ago
If you really want to get the most from your old games you should sell them in bundles...mix some bad ones with good ones and you're good to go.
knifefight  +   624d ago
Get rid of sports games *before* screenshots of the next installment come out!

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