Tales of the Abyss worth $39.99?

#41helldewPosted 1/21/2013 11:46:05 PM
do you care to save your couple bucks? and lol why is gamestop so evil? is all the stupid banter on the internet actually getting you to believe it? gamestop really isnt that evil they are one of the few gamestores on the planet that even stock nicher games which is supporting the people at the bottom of the food chain a fair bit.

and if they have extra copies of a game you can always request a factory sealed copy. you can just choose not to buy a gutted copy.
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#42_Izanagi_Posted 1/21/2013 11:56:10 PM
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There's nothing wrong with GameStop. They get the same new games as everyone else and usually have more in stock. If you don't want to fully support them just avoid buying used games.

But yes it's worth the full price.


I don't wanna buy any of their "new" games that have the factory sealed plastic broken and opened up


Then don't? Ask for one in the shrink wrap. Also you could tell if it was new or used by the Save Data.


They can delete it first then sell them


Someone's a bit paranoid. While I'm also not a fan of GameStop's recent trend of unwrapping new games, they don't replace new cartridges/discs with used ones. They could get in major trouble for that. Literally the only thing they do is take off the plastic wrap, that's it. No need to be so paranoid.


Employees are allowed to rent games that aren't sealed. Even the "open, but new" ones can be rented. So it's probably used no matter what. So if you buy a new game there, make sure it's shrinkwrapped, unless you don't mind buying a used game for the price of a new one from that worthless company.
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