How Often Do You Trade Games?
The one cool thing about gaming is that you can trade whenever you’ve done playing. You’re able to rid your version of Disney Princess: My Fairytale Adventure for something great, like Soldier of Fortune.
However, it might be a bad trade the person with Disney Princess.
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Regardless of what you’re trading, it’s sometimes good to practice this sort of routine. It allows you to really reach out and broaden what you play without having to spend a lot of money. And it really works well if you aren’t into hoarding.
The other alternative to trading games with friends is trading at a shop. Perhaps you trade your old games for credit to buy new ones. This is a really popular thing to do, which is apparently evident from the furor let out earlier this year when Xbox One tried to stop it.
Do you trade games, and if so, how often do you do it?