One community writer argues that an all-digital market would mean we’d never have a choice about price — especially when it skyrockets.
Rumor claims Microsoft will make big changes to its stance on game ownership and the Xbox One online requirement.
Guest Post Following Microsoft’s and Sony’s launch announcements, has E3 enhanced our understanding of how the console market is set to evolve?
GameStop president Tony Bartel shares his thoughts on Sony’s press conference, used games, and the new console generation.
Microsoft rolled out plenty of drool-worthy games at their E3 2013 conference, but too many questions remain about the Xbox One itself.
Sony is happily taking it to Microsoft.
Sony takes it to Microsoft by confirming that used games will work and the PlayStation 4 won’t have authentication.
Microsoft dumps info about how games licensing works on Xbox One.
A Microsoft fans shows why he — and so many others — are upset about the Xbox One reveal.
With rumors swirling about a used-game fee for retailers, indie stores have their doubts about the Xbox One.
GameStop president Tony Bartel spoke with GamesBeat about the importance of the used games market and his excitement for next-gen consoles from Microsoft and Sony before the end of the year.
Editor’s Pick Xbox One will work with used games — but at what cost?
Relax. Sony isn’t opting to render used games obsolete — a decision that would be unwise.
Ubisoft clarifies its stance on digital rights management.
Hot on the heels of Target’s trade-in program announcement, Best Buy announced today that they’re launching their own service at 600 stores this week. All trade-ins will receive a Best Buy gift card for the value of the game, good for use on all purchases in Best Buy or on BestBuy.com. As a celebratory bonus, consumers who trade-in specific popular games at an eligible store this Sunday, August 29 will get an extra $20 Best Buy gift card for select titles.