Gamnesia: "Many of us have seen or experienced several things to complain about in regards to GameStop. For some, it's the fact that GameStop promotes used games over new, even if the difference is just a few dollars. Not that this shouldn't be expected - they make more money on the used copy than the new. For every new copy sold, Gamestop makes roughly $2. For used, they make an average of $15 or more. In the case of Xenoblade Chronicles, they are making at least $42 profit per game sold. For others, it's the fact that unless you buy the game the first week it comes out, GameStop opens the case and takes the game out. While this does indeed devalue the game for people, at least there is a good explanation. As a teenager who has stolen games before, needless to say it's rather easy to slit open a case and steal the disc without notice. Thus, GameStop's best method to combat that is to keep the discs behind the counter."