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Can a Skylander figure fully be reset? I know when you reset it resets it's level money and upgrades, but what about ownership? I was wondering if anyone has tested it yet. --- "A delayed game is eventually good, but a bad game is bad forever." - Shigeru Miyamoto
My understanding from Gamestop was that they won't buy them because the characters cannot be fully reset. I haven't tested it, as you asked, but given that this particular Gamestop is run by intelligent people, I would assume they cannot be fully reset. --- Batman: Arkham City was the best game I've played this year. Then came Skyrim.
Did they change their stance on it? When I bought the game for my kids for Christmas, I was told they weren't buying them back. --- Batman: Arkham City was the best game I've played this year. Then came Skyrim.
My bad, I mean they won't be reselling them because Activision made it once a Skylander has an owner it always has an owner, is no way to fully reset it. --- "A delayed game is eventually good, but a bad game is bad forever." - Shigeru Miyamoto
I don't understand what the issue would be. Its no different than buy/reselling a used video game or memory card. You don't know if it has a owner until you place it on a portal. At that point you either become the owner (if its new) or you can take ownership of it (used) .
The problem it seems is they want to sell them brand new. They don't want to deal with customers coming back asking why they don't own the Skylanders opened. --- "A delayed game is eventually good, but a bad game is bad forever." - Shigeru Miyamoto
Arent things like DS games still cartridge?? Can't they still have save files from the previous owner?? I dont see GameStop refusing to trade/purchase used DS games because of it. If customers are to ignorant to reset ownership of a figure they shouldnt be playing the game in the first place.