How to save money on expensive games and consoles  

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created by tim 2009-07-18 05:37:58 pm

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Look around your town or city for pawn shops which often sell games and systems (even new ones) cheaply. Garage sales are also a good source. Online you can hunt out bargains at websites like Craigslist and eBay.

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submitted by TheKoopaBros 2009-09-11 03:59:35 am    

 



Tap into the fad for retro games. Look for older consoles and home computers; the games for these can often be picked up for next to nothing. Many retro games are more playable than the games of today.

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submitted by Impact Productions 2009-07-18 07:29:04 pm    


Buy used or like new games. Instead of buying disposable batteries for your controller, consider purchasing a set of matching rechargeable batteries/charger. For Xbox, buy an annual gold subscription instead of paying month-to-month.

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submitted by tim 2009-07-18 05:37:58 pm    


my favorite sleeper 2-player game is RAMPART. You can find it for most Game consoles in Classic Game Packs. It combines Risk, Tetris and Missle Command in one very fun, never gets old video game.

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submitted by ontargetairsoft 2009-07-31 11:15:40 am    


I agree, we buy and sell our games and videos at Game Stop. You get a discount/credit for bringing your old games you can use towards purchasing new games.

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submitted by sherylt 2009-07-25 08:06:05 am    


Buy competition style games that can play up to four people at a time or can be played against others online. These types of games never get old since its about whose the best, rather than completing a campaign. Save money by holding your interest longer.

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submitted by ScareCrow 2009-07-29 08:15:56 am    

 


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