GameStop/EB plans on revisiting PS3 trade-in scheme

GameStop logo - Image 1Kotaku reports that an anonymous tipster from GameStop had dropped word that GameStop/EB is planning on revisiting their PS3 trade-in deal. Just in case you have already forgotten how this goes, what happens is you trade in your fully-functioning PS2 with cables and controllers, and an eight MB PS2 memory card so that you will have a $ 100 off from your PS3 purchase.

Well, if you’re short on funds and you really want to buy a PS3, then maybe this deal will work for you. But if you do not want to part with your PS2 and you still want to revisit the PS2 games you spend countless of hours completing, then we guess you’d have to shell out quite a hefty sum of money for you to have a PS3.

But of course, nothing is still official. We would be awaiting for GameStop’s official word on this matter and will update you accordingly as soon as more info comes our way. And if somebody out there could verify this, please tell us all about it, alrighty?

Via Kotaku

GameStop logo - Image 1Kotaku reports that an anonymous tipster from GameStop had dropped word that GameStop/EB is planning on revisiting their PS3 trade-in deal. Just in case you have already forgotten how this goes, what happens is you trade in your fully-functioning PS2 with cables and controllers, and an eight MB PS2 memory card so that you will have a $ 100 off from your PS3 purchase.

Well, if you’re short on funds and you really want to buy a PS3, then maybe this deal will work for you. But if you do not want to part with your PS2 and you still want to revisit the PS2 games you spend countless of hours completing, then we guess you’d have to shell out quite a hefty sum of money for you to have a PS3.

But of course, nothing is still official. We would be awaiting for GameStop’s official word on this matter and will update you accordingly as soon as more info comes our way. And if somebody out there could verify this, please tell us all about it, alrighty?

Via Kotaku

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