Taking your games in to the local Gamestop is a lot like being on an episode of Pawn Stars; you aren't going to get anything near the price you were hoping for, you'll be surrounded by fat guys, and there'll probably be some Subway nearby. Now, however, it seems that Gamestop wants to do a little something about that first thing. Kotaku Give them credit: Gamestop recognize game. Personally, I've never had a huge issue with Gamestop's trade-ins. Sure, you don't get a lot of money out of the deal, but that's the price of convenience. If you want more from your games, you could always sell them yourself; eBay and Craigslist are always there. Also, you could just not sell your games, but hey, whatever. This is a nice enough gesture, I suppose. With the increasing shift towards digital distribution on the console end, and Gamestop's own move away from games and stops, it seems they're doing their best to cling to their customers. Huh. So the best way to inspire loyalty is to become more trader-ous. Who'da thunk?