Toys 'r' Us are jumping in the video gaming trade-in business. This means only good thing for gamers as you have another outlet to trade in used games.
"The video game trade-in program is another way we're providing customers with additional value when they visit our stores," said Bill Lee, Vice President, Divisional Merchandise Manager, Toys R Us, U.S. "This program is designed to make the exchange process completely hassle-free for customers by accepting games from even the oldest systems, including the original Atari 2600 and 32-bit Sega Genesis."
The game trade-in market has been monopolize by Gamestop. Lets see how they respond to the competition now. This might motivate me to finally trade in 20 of my xbox games that are wasting space.