My family plays a lot of video games (PS3 and Nintendo DSi) - are there cheaper alternatives to buying the games new? Library service of sorts? Wishful thinking?

  • Assuming that you are looking at the legally available options.
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    Nov 25, 2009 at 21:07
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    Nov 26, 2009 at 3:56

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There certainly are. One that is gaining some steam is http://www.swaptree.com/, they offer swapping of books, dvds, music, and games.


EBGames/Gamestop does have a buy and trade program. Depending on age of the game, not all titles are supported but it is a good way to recycle older games and try out newer ones without breaking the bank.

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