Wal-Mart trialling “Video Game Buyback” kiosks

Monday, 18th May 2009 20:20 GMT By Patrick Garratt


Wal-Mart now has machines to take your old games. The US retail monster has has included 77 “Video Game Buyback” stations at various stores, Gama reports.

The machines also carry movie DVDs and video game discs for Wii, Xbox and PlayStation platforms for $1 per day rentals, on top of accepting game discs that customers want to sell.

There’s a bevy of information through there. It’s only a tiny trial, remember: Wal-Mart has 3,656 total US stores.



  1. pracer

    No way this can work. People will want to turn their games in and be instantly paid for them, being one of the biggest pitfalls.

    #1 6 years ago

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