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I'd say about 90% of my games are used, from GameStop. They work really well. I don't mind buying a used game, especially if it's an older game.
Out of all the game I got from GameStop, I ordered 3 from their website. I've not had any significant problems with them EXCEPT Sherlock! In the two days that I've had it, I've encountered 4 bugs, as well as some frame rate dips. It's an older game, sure, but the sound glitches stem from the worn out disc, right? Like it hasn't been cleaned properly?
The bugs were corrected by just exiting and re entering the game, so no big deal, but It's given me a few frights that I wasn't going to be able to complete it.
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I haven’t dealt with GameStop in years, mostly because of their policies and their consistency to hire people who don’t know much about games in general.
Tekken 7 and Titanfall 2 should be easily on the shelves where you can grab them easily. Usually brand new AAA games are behind the counter so you either have to ask for the game or preorder it so you don’t have to worry about it going out of stock.
I said my opinion on preorders and how there’s not much point to them anymore. What’s even more stupid is doing the midnight release thing. I used to partake in them in the past during the PlayStation 2 heydays, but with so many games and with AAA games being readily available anyway I don’t see the fuss about midnight release.
@DamagingRob Now that you mention it, I did have that blinking bug a few days ago. I started the game up and the whole world kept flashing in black and white, even the loading screen. I tried playing it for about 2 minutes like that before I closed the application and started again lol