most games we have, we have to keep because we really want them. There's only a few "mistakes" we've made. One was a game that Hubby's brother had gotten and given to use (Turok for Gamecube)--it's rated M and we have a rule to not even have those games in our house (partly we really don't care for most games that get that rating anyway, partly for kid's sakes).
The other big mistake I made was wanting GT Pro Series back when we first got the Wii. The controls are crap because they tried to be super realistic and mimic some sliding action when going around the curves. It hasn't been played in years (since we first got it and decided we didn't like it)...lol.
But that means that we really don't have anything we want to trade in.
Good work to those that did trade in!!
~MT~ Central US (formerly Mommy_T) Zahari Skyhorn, Elite Ranger Half-Elf, Corinthium
Happiness is a butterfly, which when pursued, is always just beyond your grasp, but which, if you will sit down quietly, may alight upon you. ~Nathaniel Hawthorne
There's only been one Wii game we've traded back at Game Stop and didn't get much for it. Was the MLB baseball cuz I just love the baseball on the Wii Sports, but the MLB Baseball was really complicated and called for way more coordination than I have! LOL
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Chrissy I did the exact same thing found eight games we were not playing anymore and got 110 bucks for them...so I got ea active and the extra band with it plus two more games
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My EA Sports Active cost me $0. I traded a few games in at Gamestop and with a promotion they were running I got $80 towards another game. I got my Sports Active and put the rest on my pre-order for Sims 3. I know it wasn't totally free I didn't get exactly what I paid for the games I traded in but they were not taking up space in the house and the money I got paid for the games I really wanted.
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