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1. Posted: Sat 27th Jun 2009 07:21 BST
Do you get trade in your games once you've beaten the single play mode? I mean, im starting to think about doing it, because even tho i have great games like galaxy, corruption (which i refuse to part ways with), and okami, and Twilight princess, now that ive beaten them they probably wont get played again most likely since theres nothing left to do. If you were me, would you trade in these great single player games once they're beaten or would you keep them as your accomplishment or something?
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2. Posted: Sat 27th Jun 2009 07:27 BST
Nope I Keep Them cause I can do better on them & get better & better till i Do almost Perfect
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3. Posted: Sat 27th Jun 2009 07:28 BST
If you never plan on playing them again EVER and you are not a collector I say go for it. I don't trade hardly anything in, its a rip off most of the time. I just sell games to friends cheaper than gamestop used
4. Posted: Sat 27th Jun 2009 07:32 BST
If you're going to sell your games, avoid Gamestop at all costs.....you can get up to twice as much if you go on Craigslist or sell it to a friend.
It depends on the game. Galaxy is a legendary game that you're probably going to want to play 10 years from now just for fun, so I'd keep it if I were you.
Edited on Sat 27th June, 2009 @ 07:33 by RJay
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5. Posted: Sat 27th Jun 2009 07:59 BST
No. NEVER. I keep all my games. I'm a gamer first but I'm also a collector. The only games I sell are ones I LOATHE. The Gameboy was an exception to this. I was only 14 or something, and I didn't have any idea that when I was 21 I would be even more obsessed with video games. The only games I've ever sold are Top Gun: Combat Zones for GCN and Alone in the Dark for Wii.
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6. Posted: Sat 27th Jun 2009 17:44 BST
games I wasn't fond of, yes, i'll trade them in or sell them. games I liked, though, I keep. :3
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7. Posted: Sat 27th Jun 2009 17:51 BST
If I have an emotional attachment to them, no. There's a reason I've kept these Pokemon games for so long. If I don't care about it, why not? It probably sucks anyway!
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8. Posted: Sat 27th Jun 2009 23:02 BST
I am not emotionally attached to any game. I enjoy money more than shelf decorations. I only keep games that I am going to play again, and the longer the game is, the less likely that is to happen.
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9. Posted: Sat 27th Jun 2009 23:05 BST
I use to. The most major trade I did was all of my Wii games (25) for a Xbox 360 and a few games. I did as I mainly used my wii for downloadable games and that my disc drive was broken and my Wii was out of warranty.
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10. Posted: Mon 29th Jun 2009 11:48 BST
If I see no replay value I trade them on. And by replay value I mean I enjoyed the game enough to want to play it again; not to get some kind of virtual tropy or badge.
Edited on Mon 29th June, 2009 @ 11:48 by Sean_Aaron
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11. Posted: Mon 29th Jun 2009 11:50 BST
Depends. I don't sell many games very often. If it's a game that doesn't pan out for me and I know I'll likely never come back to it again, I'll sell it on ebay and use the money for more games.
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12. Posted: Mon 29th Jun 2009 12:12 BST
If it's quality I keep, if it's crud I'll get rid. This leads to a collection of good and great games and no filler, and when I say collection I don't mean the dorky sort. Trading might be seen as bad for the market, but it's great for us gamers.
13. Posted: Mon 6th Jul 2009 02:08 BST
Whatever you do, DON'T TRADE IN TWILIGHT PRINCESS!I had that game, beat it, traded it in, and I really regret it now....
Edited on Mon 6th July, 2009 @ 02:15 by Toon_Link
14. Posted: Tue 7th Jul 2009 15:13 BST
I had Twilight Princess, installed the Homebrew Channel with it, played it, finished it and traded it in -- NO REGRETS!
15. Posted: Tue 7th Jul 2009 15:15 BST
I've still got Pokemon Blue. Some games you just can't trade in.
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16. Posted: Tue 7th Jul 2009 15:18 BST
Do you still have the homebrew channel after all of those Wii channel updates?
17. Posted: Tue 7th Jul 2009 15:23 BST
I never by a bad game but in college I sold a ton for beer money And I always used to trade in my systems to get the next/newest system that was coming out...I regret that now because more than just collecting, I want to play just about every game I've gotten rid of...and I do play them...so now with the newer systems, even if I think I've done it all, I still keep it because I may pick it up when the urge to play it comes. I mean, I would have traded Dawn of Sorrow in the week I beat it and I'm glad I didn't because I keep going back and playing it even after 100% completion. Same goes for Res. Evil 4 and 5. Every time I beat it, I think there's no way I'm going to play it again but thankfully I don't sell it because I always do.
18. Posted: Tue 7th Jul 2009 20:15 BST
I always keep them. There are always these games I wanna play again.
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19. Posted: Wed 8th Jul 2009 00:38 BST
Sean+Aaron wrote:I had Twilight Princess, installed the Homebrew Channel with it, played it, finished it and traded it in -- NO REGRETS!Do you still have the homebrew channel after all of those Wii channel updates?
Yep, and it still works. I put every update on vanilla. If Nintendo wants to scrub HBC off my system I'm cool. I'll just sell my Midway Arcade Treasures and play Defender on MAME!
20. Posted: Wed 8th Jul 2009 01:19 BST
Some games can rise dramatically in value as they get older...such as the original SNES carts for the Final Fantasy games