Looking for some old favorites for the Nintendo 64, Super NES, or Sega Dreamcast? GameStop is selling, and you can expect to pay a premium for the retro games on offer.
Dust off your Sega Genesis and Nintendo 64, because GameStop will soon resume trading in retro consoles, games, and accessories on April 25 in NYC and Birmingham, with the rest of the country later this year if all goes well.
Starting on August 18, GameStop is radically simplifying its trade-in policy from 10 price options to a simple system of whether you're a member and if you want cash or credit.
BioWare and GameStop have partnered to bring you a deluxe edition of Dragon Age: Inquisition, laden with loot and lore for the most diehard Inquisitors, now available for pre-order.
GameSpot will close between 120 and 130 of its gaming retail locations worldwide, while vastly expanding its presence in the mobile and Apple world, with hundreds of new locations.
Sony’s PlayStation 4 moved over 1 million consoles in North America at launch, but GameStop claims there are still 2.3 million people waiting to get their hands on a system at its stores.
An allegedly leaked copy of GameStop's sales circular for Black Friday 2013 confirms the U.S. release of Nintendo's recently announced, Europe-only Zelda-branded 3DS bundle along with an assortment of price drops.
GameStop says demand is high for Microsoft's new Xbox One console and that brick-and-mortar stores nationwide are sold out on pre-orders, though PlayStation 4 pre-orders continue to be available.
Gamers will likely flock to GameStop in droves to trade in their current consoles for next-gen upgrades later this year. According to one analyst, the retailer could generate billions in store credit from such transactions.
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The Nintendo Wii U will be a hot commodity this holiday season, not just because it's the first new home console from the company in six years, but because there won't be very many of them to go around.