> SilverOwl wrote:
>> Also, no way to know if it will have a case or not when buying any sort of used
>> from gamestop, and you cannot request it either. It's a total toss up
> Doesn't that seem stupid for a company that specializes in used video games. I mean
> you'd think it would be worth it to them to create two listings for each game, and
> charge an appropriate difference for a complete versus disc only game.
I just discovered estarland recently and thats how they do it. Manual and case both affect buy and sell price. Wont know if ill use them again til after the trade is complete, but so far its gone 10x better than gamestop.