Gi - It is no secret that there is a bit of a war in regards to the used game market and GameStop when it comes to consoles. Not being able to receive revenue based off of second-hand sales can be a detriment for developers who operate on thin budgets. Sometimes numbers are the only reason why worthy sequels to great games happen and extra revenue from used games would certainly help in that respect. With big name studios going under like THQ, the argument to receive some of that revenue does not seem so much of a stretch. Luckily, despite tenuous relationships and the internet rumor mill, GameStop (and GameFly) prevailed and will continue business as usual. For now.