Green Man Gaming has launched a trade-in service in the UK for Xbox 360 and PS3 games, even towards a PS4 or Xbox One pre-order if they like.
Xbox One has already caused a deal of confusion surrounding the use of pre-owned games, and on top of having to pay a fee to play used games, it seems that Microsoft and publishers will get a cut of each used sale at retail too.
A couple of UK retailers have said they’d accept a revenue-sharing scheme for pre-owned games, if online pass systems are given the flick.
US retailer GameStop has admitted that it “doesn’t like” being in the second-hand games market.
HMV has announced that as of Friday 24 October trade-in service, Re/Play is launching meaning you will be able to trade in your games for credit for anything the store has to offer, writes MCV.“Re/Play will launch in 160 stores across the UK and Ireland, including regional flagships in London’s Oxford Street, Birmingham, Manchester, Liverpool, […]