Ex: A new app for the iPhone, GameBook Mobile, is poised to make it even easier for gamers to trade and manage their used video game collections, and could also pose as serious competition for both Gamestop and publishers.
Interesting. Not sure some game publishers will like it but interesting none the less.
Likely won't scratch much of GameStop's service. There's been Goozex for ages now. Might use this for managing my game collection, though.
Yea...I'm always preaching the gospel of goozex. I even converted a gamestop employee :-)
Seriously, troll. Go away. What a ridiculous statement.
Eh, i just use IGN. I have over 900 games in my collection. I would hate to have to add them all again. :/
"Goozex provides a unique trading platform for video games and movies. Members trade their products for Goozex Points, and then use their Points to get other products from other Goozex users. Members pay only a $1 transaction fee for each item they receive (in addition to shipping costs)." Goozex points? I prefer cash thank you very much which is why for right now I'm using Amazon's sellers marketplace. This app is very different from Goozex services in that you have the freedom to shop your game around and get most for it. How is this a bad thing? Oh because it's an iPhone app and you f**king Android fangirls are just pathetic.
Use Goozex instead! You'll get a ton more money (or points for games) than trading it in at Gamestop.
That totally sounds like ad copy...but as a Goozex member I have to agree!
I've still yet to make a trade even though I'm a member. lol
Hmm, never heard of Goozex. I may have to check it out.
This seems like something Gamestop should have done months or years ago.
lol it would be hilarious if it brings GS down haha
I work at GameStop and I Goozex. Lol.
Kudos to you sir! Fact: You can trade Naughty Bear for Splinter Cell: Conviction 1 for 1. Exactly why I freaking love Goozex.
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