Damn It, Gamestop

First of all, I really like Gamestop. I like the special sales they have, the cool goodies that come when you preorder games, and their low prices. Hell, I used to work at a Gamestop when I was in high school. There is one thing that I'm having a problem with, their used games.

Honestly, when buying a used game from them is like playing a game of Russian roulette. You won't know if the used game works until you get home. I know for a fact that they do not test out used games because it takes "too much" time and money. If you want to make your customers happy, sell games that work. About 2 weeks ago, I got a used copy of Persona 4 and it was guaranteed to work just fine. The damn game had a deep scratch that damaged the data layer of disc. Gamestop was nice enough to replace the game with another defective copy. This time, it looks like someone rubbed it with sand paper.

All I want is a working copy of Persona 4. I mean, if Gamestop actually test these games, these problems would never happen. It would be nice if Gamestop resurfaces their games to make them look good as new. If Gamestop even has CD resurfacing machines at their store, they can charge the customer to fix their game. Look right there Gamestop, I gave you a great idea to make more money that benefits you and the customers. I hope that on my third try in getting a good copy of Persona 4 works this time.

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