Do people actually return videogames...even if they are good?
Posted 19 July 2012 - 05:26 AM
I fucking love all of those games...well maybe not that one I can't remember...and I really couldn't believe he was going to turn them in for $30. Personally, I never and I mean NEVER return a videogame. I didn't even return HomeFront or Duke Nukem Forever and those games were terrible. My crappy game collection is more or less something I stare at from time to time to remind me to do my homework when videogame shopping or I'll end up with $60 of crap. Am I just crazy or do people still hold on to videogames no matter how shitty they are?
Posted 19 July 2012 - 06:14 AM
Posted 27 July 2012 - 01:35 AM
Posted 23 January 2013 - 04:42 PM
I return video games if they don't have a high replay value. For example, if the game has a really in-depth story I tend to trade it in after I beat it. Same with most RPGs. Action and fighting games I usually keep, but I have traded a few of those as well. Right now with my budget being low, I tend to trade most of the games I don't play anymore. For example, I recently traded in Army of Two and Dead Island for a couple new games. Right now I am playing L.A. Noire and Kill Zone 3.
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Posted 26 October 2013 - 02:36 PM
I used to return every game I beat just because I felt like I would never go back and play through it again. As digital distribution began to become more and more accessible on any modern platform, I started to use that so I couldn't trade in my games. It works flawlessly and I truly enjoy being able to know I can go back to any game that I may miss or want to truly 100% and not have to hunt it down again. As for older classics that aren't available through digital distribution, I just keep them unless I haven't touched them for at least half a year. I may sell them at that point.