In April of last year, GameStop launched a pilot program in stores across Birmingham, Alabama and New York City. People could walk into these stores and trade in their older games, consoles, and accessories for cash.
In 2015, GameStop expanded this idea by selling retro games online. This included titles for PS1, Dreamcast, Genesis, NES, SNES, and N64.
Today, GameStop has announced that every store will offer the same opportunities. This means you can now buy and sell retro video game stuff at your local Gamestop store.
GameStop has also expanded their online store to include games and gear for Gamecube, Xbox, Sega Saturn, Game Boy Color, and Game Boy Advance.
If you’ve been amassing a collection of old games or have been meaning to pick up a console you grew up with, it will soon be easier than ever.
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