"Prior to the Nintendo Wii, you might remember that Nintendo released the Gamecube. After being on the market for 10 year, Gamestop has officially declared it a collectible." - JPS
Hm... I'm surprised they hadn't already. They don't support older generations whatsoever. Part of the problem with the gaming market, in my opinion.
yea plus I mean it's not like your getting any much worth for it right? I remember trading in my gamecube for a launch pS3. Got lucky with the extra 50% trade in of a console. I think at that time it was like $25 (no bonus).
While it is very little, it is a very quick/easy way to clear out something you don't want/won't use.
I bought a used GameCube from them about four years ago. It was $20. Hell, it was cheaper than the copy of Twin Snakes I bought for it. I'm guessing by trading in now, you'll get enough to afford one of those PS2 copies of Madden 2001 in a paper sleeve sitting on the counter.
Gamestop finally put the old girl to rest.
Disc Replay still takes them. In fact, they take every system ever made...AND they give you more than GameStop.
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