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Topic: Getting rid of PC games.

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Joeynator3000

Really not sure how to ask this here, but I have some PC games that I don't use anymore. I know that most stores won't take them...but, I just don't want...to throw them out...am I screwed or something? xD

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Pichubby

If they're anything good, try Ebay. Otherwise, PC games go for pennies nowadays...

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Joeynator3000

Eh, they're not that great. (Orange Box, maybe...xD)
EDIT: That reminds me, since they require internet to install...and they've been used already...aren't they considered useless? I'm not entirely sure how they work exactly. >.>

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No more anime girls for now...maybe they'll show up as my avi every now and then...lol
YES I MAKE STUPID MISTAKES CONSTANTLY, LEAVE ME ALONE!!!
ZOMG YOUTUBE!!!
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Pichubby

I don't know, but I wouldn't bother. You could try selling them at a garage sale if you're desperate...

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I'd just give up.

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Tasuki

You can always donate them to Goodwill of course you wont get anything for them but if you are looking to get rid of them for space or what not that is the only way. Either that or maybe a Pawn Shop. Places like Gamestop don't take PC games sadly because of the option of registration PC games.

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crazycrazydave

Keep them as a collectors item, or try ebay/pawnshops. Most PC games have some sort of DRM in them that prevents trade-in. If they are very old games, they might just need the CD key. This is why i always buy my PC games digital now.

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Mizore wrote:

Really not sure how to ask this here, but I have some PC games that I don't use anymore. I know that most stores won't take them...but, I just don't want...to throw them out...am I screwed or something? xD

give them some one who interested them or save them.. you may not even touch them now, but some day you may wanna play them badly.. it happened to me

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SkywardLink98

It depends on the game. Most PC games have a DRM, and if that's the case they can't be resold.

My SD Card with the game on it is just as physical as your cartridge with the game on it.
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