There are many things to consider when researching where to sell games online. You want to find an honest reputable company, with high trade in values for your used video games, which will take a little research on your end. Taking into consideration the following points will aid in finding a desired company.
I am way too reluctant to even think about selling games when I’m done with them. “Maybe I’ll loan them to my friends,” I think. This may be true for the first six months or even a year or two after the game’s release, but after that.
Since the video game business is a multi billion dollar sector. There are many companies trying to cash in and grab their share of the money. This means there are plenty of well-established businesses out there to choose from.
Devil Survivor Intro: No, it’s not some Japanese reality show; Shin Megami Tensei: Devil Survivor (hereafter referred to as SMT: DS for love of convenience) is the newest member of Atlus’s Shin Megami Tensei family of RPGs.
The release of Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas for iOS and Android last month got me thinking about the increasing number of old PC and console games being ported to mobile platforms. Not all mobile ports of PC and consoles games are good, but with so many here already and more coming all the time, there’s an astounding amount of quality gaming experiences ready to download to your phone or tablet.
Snow Brothers Intro: Definitely a goofy game, the gameplay is very similar to that of Bubble Bobble. The overall game isn’t very hard just long and a little redundant. You have to complete 50 stages in the game, with a boss battle after each 10. The bosses are some crazy looking reptilian type characters.
Turtles II: The Arcade Game Intro: The turtle’s franchise took an enormous turn for the better with TMNT II: The Arcade Game. Don’t get me wrong the first turtle’s game on the NES was good, but very hard. With the turtle’s in the arcade already, a port to the NES was all this series needed.
The Intro: My fingers are still hurting after playing this little gem last night. This game came out shortly after the Batman Movie released in 1989 with Jack Nicholson as the Joker and Michael Keaton as Batman.