Following a pilot program last year, Walmart has decided to horn in on GameStop's used game racket by jumping in with its own trade-in program in 3100 stores and hopes to leverage store credit for games as an advantage. Hit the jump for the details.
If you head over to GameStop's website you'll see a banner for "Vintage Video Games," with Xenoblade Chronicles as the highlighted title. "You asked, we delivered," it says once you click through to the game's page, where the Nintendo Wii RPG is priced at $89.99 for a pre-owned copy. Read the GameStop's comments after the jump.
Five months after being officially discontinued in the US after 13 years on the market to make way for the Playstation 4, GameStop has confirmed that it will officially end accepting trade-ins for the console, games and accessories next month. Hit the jump for all of the details and a rememberance, as well as an official statement from GameStop.
Did you see the life-size Mario Karts created by West Coast Customs—which is primarily known for helping rapper Xzibit add dozens of TV screens to cars in MTV's Pimp My Ride? Well, you could have one of your very own if you enter GameStop's PowerUp Rewards contest. More after the jump!