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QuoteEDIT: Also I dunno but I think when you buy a game with trade-in credits you don't pay any taxes (at least, in my area), and I read on various forums that this happened to some people who bought games at a different store (EB Games)You're a fraudster DJ.
EDIT: Also I dunno but I think when you buy a game with trade-in credits you don't pay any taxes (at least, in my area), and I read on various forums that this happened to some people who bought games at a different store (EB Games)
Yeah, I was surprised because Rodea was sealed and only $30. Maybe it's not as rare as it seems or the demand is just too low for it. In any case I was sure that once the version with both discs got discontinued that the price would go up like what happened with Bayonetta 2
I heard it depends of which state/province you live in. In any case, if the store has to report profits they made to the government for tax stuff, then a trade-in means that either money was lost or nothing at all was lost (depending of if credits or real money was given back to the customer), and when the customer buys a new game with credits then the transaction doesn't involve any real money.
-Zelda: Breath of the Wild for the Switch (I'm now keeping the Wii U copy as collectible)
Just traded in a bunch of games I no longer wanted for Hyrule Warriors and a Switch LCD protector. Still got $48 worth of credits left because the store was offering double the amount on Easter day. I got rid of Bulletstorm, Disney Fantasia Music Evolved (which ended up giving me 2x more credits than what I originally paid the game for), Conception II, Fire Emblem Shadow Dragon, New Super Luigi U, Nintendo Land, Ratchet and Clank (forgot which one), Dungeon Hunters Allicance, and Zhu Zhu Pets.
I hate tactical and turn-based strategy games. I tried getting into them multiple times accross multiple generations and I just don't like them. Too slow-paced for my needs. Nowadays I have even less patience for them because I even lack the patience to play 80's slow-paced RPGs such as Dragon Quest and Final Fantasy NES.
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