We've all bought a game that got great reviews, and then either beat the game in one day, or it just didn't live up to the hype. To add insult to injury we bought the "limited edition" version that lets you change the color of the hero's wardrobe. (What were we thinking?) We've all been burned before by bad video game purchases.
Sure, one solution is to take it back to the large chain store and only get $15 bucks for a game you shelled out $60 for. And then see them sell it for $45 dollars and make a huge profit off your inability to pick properly. Well here is a code that can rival Contra's code: Launch a browser window and type in Gamestaq.com
Gamestaq.com brings together
buyers and sellers to create a fair trade market for the sale of used games. They use a proprietary algorithm that pulls in average game prices from all over the web, which it uses to figure a fair selling and buying price for each game. The service's founders are avid gamers themselves, and built it around things they knew they would want, like great customer service, and speed and reliability in transactions and payments.
Used video game consumers have been clamoring for a better, fairer, way for years, and this allows both
the seller and buyer to get the best deal. Unlike when your local retailer bends you over the counter.