Wal-Mart to Soon Enter the Used Video Game Market

on March 18, 2014 5:18 PM

According to a recent report, the massive retailer chain Wal-Mart will be entering the used gaming market soon.

Its new video game trade-in system will begin on March 26th at more than 3,100 locations across the US and will accept titles from Sony, Microsoft and Nintendo platforms. The trade-in value will vary from a few dollars to about $35, depending on their age. Some games considered to be too old will not be accepted. The service is available only to customers 18 and older.

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