With digital sales growing, how will gaming's biggest retailer stay on top?
Gamestop is the store i go to buy my gaming stuff
Yeah, Gamestop is great for anyone who hasn't discovered Amazon yet. :p
I use both GS & Amazon. But I use GS more because I like to browse the store and pick the games up and look at them. When the business goes all DD then the days of browsing a store will be gone. Kind of sad really.
I've been going to best buy...
Perhaps digital distribution... which they do. Tough in a dying market like used games. Give it another console cycle and we'll see.
yeah. hardcopy is dying.
That's interesting, cuz it seems like hard copies of games are still setting records for sales. And, right alongside all these physical copies being sold, the used market is growing, too.
I like the answer he gave for Xbone. It's probably true.
What I will say and allot of other people say is their price on second games that have only been out a couple of months are way over priced I was in on Sat one game was 48 euro new with all DLC and second hand was 44 so what's the point. Saying that they take in all your games and if you put the money down on a PS4 ,not sure about Xbox 1, but I suppose its the same you get 25% extra on your trade in. I traded in all my old games and old console and some Blu rays and PS4 is paid for. Its all good in the Hood.
Gamestop must survive
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