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-There are different factors that affect who trades in games and which games. Saying that Nintendo games are not returned as much because they are "better" or "of lasting quality" is factually misleading. It is possible that the people who buy Nintendo games (usually parents, no offense) are not as savvy on the used game market and simply purchase new games or encourage trade-ins, while the more mature market (18-34 y.o. males that are independent of their parents) are much tighter with their spending and are more aware of the benefits of trading in games.
I'm not sure I believe this. When I was younger, I certainly knew about the used game market, and I knew lots of people who traded in their games. If anything, I think young people might be more likely to trade in their games because they don't have a lot of money and tend to be more swayed by the "latest and greatest" than people who have been around a long time.
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