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We Buy Old Game Systems



Looking for the best place in Sacramento to trade in or sell your used video games? Fair Game is that place! We offer the best value on your used video games, consoles, and accessories. Unlike many game shops that only accept trade-ins on newer systems, we accept trade-ins on your retro and classic video games on all of the following: Nintendo, Sega, Game Boy, Super Nintendo, Play Station, N64, Dreamcast, Gamecube, Xbox, Wii, PSP, 3DS, Playstation 4, Xbox One, Nintendo Switch and more.Visit our store to see how much you can get for your trade-ins and choose between cash or store credit.




we buy old game systems



Fair Game has the best selection of retro, classic, and new video games, consoles, and accessories in Sacramento! Whether you are a casual gamer or hardcore collector, we have the video games and systems you are looking for.


We pride ourselves on having an extensive selection of games and consoles for the following systems: Nintendo, Sega, Game Boy, Super Nintendo, N64 PlayStation, Dreamcast, Gamecube, Xbox, Wii, 3DS, and more.


Mega Media Xchange has been buying and selling video games, CDs, DVDs, records, consoles, and other electronics since 1997. We started out small with our passion, and eventually grew into the store it is today.


You can contact any of these Trust Verified stores through their contact forms to receive a quote for your video game console (be sure to mention any condition issues to get an accurate price). It only takes a few minutes to complete the forms, and they typically reply with a cash offer within one day.


Playing with vintage video game systems surely helps unwind all the pressure from the modern tech world, office, business, and daily stresses. Sitting in front of one of the retro game systems takes you back to when you were younger, but now they bring back more than just memories.


For the past few years, tech prices soared to new heights, and vintage video games and systems became even more expensive. In fact, it is not unheard of that cheap game systems from the 90s have recently sold for thousands of dollars. Enjoying retro games is fantastic on its own, but selling them for loads of cash is even more exciting.


Mega Media Xchange carries all popular and vintage video game systems. We have Sega, Nintendo, Xbox, Atari, PlayStation, and other game systems for sale. In case you are looking for something peculiar, we are happy to inform you that we carry some rare and vintage video game systems that would likely belong in a museum. Some of the old game systems we stock are older than two decades and still run like new.


All players are not alike. One player's old game is another player's new treasure. For all the sellers looking to unload a bundle of games they have finished, there are buyers who may be bargain shopping for titles they've yet to dive into.


"GameStop will pretty much buy anything (except sports titles that are more than 3 years old). They might give you only $1, but they will buy anything," said Michael Pachter, who tracks the video game industry at Wedbush Securities. And the retailer "excels because it has a large inventory at every store, balances its inventory so everything is available, allows purchase online with in-store pickup, and allows gamers to find used products and have them shipped."


Pre-owned PlayStation 4 consoles started at about $250, which would get you more than if you sold at GameStop. The Spider-Man game could be found used starting at $3.50, with new copies priced as high as $30. The Xbox One game "Gears 5" could be found priced from $8.40 to about $40.


Some other online sales sites buying games and consoles include Decluttr, Mercari, Craigslist and Canadian free classifieds site Kijiji, And if you are just shopping, GameFly sells used games in addition offering a subscription rental service.


In 2009, an enthusiastic gamer opened Phoenix Games and discovered that many people shared his passion for gaming. From Pinball to Atari to the current platforms, customers came from all around and enjoyed themselves.


Today, Phoenix Games is a thriving business and sets the standard for independent game stores. We clean and test our games, systems, accessories, cartridges, discs and even replace save batteries, before we put them out for sale. Then, we back our products with a 30 day warranty.


Over the past few years, there have been many stories of people who sell used vintage video games for hundreds or even thousands of dollars! And even if you are not lucky enough to have one the true old gems, sitting down and enjoying a retro console and retro video games is a fun way to unwind.


First, a bit about Record Head: we were founded more than 40 years ago and have become a Milwaukee institution for electronics and media consumers. At our used video game shop, we carry a vast range of products, new and used, including computers, TVs, stereos, media collections, musical instruments, DJ and stereo equipment, and many related parts and accessories. We buy used video games, electronics, and other media items!


And, of course, we have gamers. Almost everyone who works at Record Head has a system or two at home and understands the fascination many people have with the world of video game systems. Nothing gets us more excited than seeing someone roll into our West Allis store with a dusty old bag of retro video games or a vintage stereo system for us to check out. We offer the best price possible if you are looking to sell video games or your systems and games, and can even do trades on your video game cartridges.


One of our main goals at Pawn1st is to change that tired old image of a pawn shop and pawnbrokers. We are a retailer who offers quality merchandise and we will also buy or give you a loan on your video game, game console or any other kind of home entertainment system. When you want to pawn or sell video games whether it's Atari video games and Xbox video games or handheld systems like the PSP and the Nintendo 3DS, we've got you covered. Just come into one of our convenient locations for help with pre-owned games in the Phoenix, AZ area and with all game consoles!


Simply come on in to one of our Pawn1st shops and tell us exactly what you need, from the classic Atari console and the handheld game systems to the brand new Wii, Xbox and PS3 video games and consoles, we have it all. Let us know what you need and we will do our very best to help!


Have you been looking for that vintage video game from the 80's? Walk in and ask for it, our staff will be glad to help you get it! Our customers often remark that our pawn shop's staff has got amazing knowledge about all kind of video games. We buy it all and we carry it all from the classic Atari 2600 consoles (old-school gamers will fondly remember this as the first major console to hit the market back in the early 1980s) to the next generation systems like the Xbox 360, the Nintendo Wii, and the PlayStation 3 (the hottest and newest systems that are so realistic that it looks like you're watching a movie as you play!), we know what we are doing when it comes to video games.


Modern video games are amazing. With lifelike graphics, realistic physics, extensive artificial intelligence, and online multiplayer options, today's titles are so much more sophisticated than older games.


That doesn't change the fact that some of the greatest games ever made came out in the 1980s and 1990s, and that many of those titles still hold up. It also doesn't change the Gen X/early millennial nostalgia for sprites, cartridges, low-res polygons, and CDs. Whether you swore by the NES, the Sega Genesis, or the PlayStation, there's a new, modern console for you to replay the games of your youth. Even better, these consoles leverage contemporary technology, so you don't need to worry about digging up analog video cables or buying graphics upscalers.


Here are the best retro gaming consoles you can buy, split into three groups. There are the mini consoles, hard-to-find smaller versions of original systems packed with classic games. Then there are the modern consoles with strong back catalogs. And finally, there are the systems that can play legacy media on modern TVs.


The good news with mini retro systems is that they almost all universally look good and come packed with classic games. The bad news is that they fly off the shelves, and none of the ones on this list can be easily found at their originally reasonable prices. They're collector's items themselves, and that means you must make effort to find them. They also look great on the shelf, possibly stacked right on top of the larger original systems.


The Neo Geo didn't see the same kind of runaway commercial success as Nintendo's or Sega's consoles, but it was an arcade mainstay and its home console version could produce an arcade-perfect experience (if you were able to afford the VHS-sized cartridges). The Neo Geo Mini is for old-school arcade fans more than console fans, but it's still full of classic video game nostalgia. Some of SNK's best can be found on this system, with many, excellent fighting games.


After the 8-bit mini-console became a smash hit, Nintendo released its 16-bit successor. The Super NES Classic has fewer games than the NES Classic, but the jump in console generations means you can play some of the best 16-bit video games of all time.


If you didn't play the games when they first came out or haven't tried them through other ways, the SNES Classic is a must-have for gaming historians. Some of the best games ever made are here, and that's not hyperbole. Good luck finding one at its original price, though. This is an expensive system for collectors.


After stumbling with a mediocre AtGames-manufactured Sega Genesis compilation system, Sega decided to take matters into its own hands and make its first console since the Dreamcast. The Sega Genesis Mini does for the Genesis what the SNES Classic does for the SNES. It has numerous games (with a few puzzling omissions) and good emulation, and you can even trick it out with the Genesis Tower Mini accessory pack, adding (non-functional) Sega CD and 32X systems, and Sonic & Knuckles and Sonic the Hedgehog cartridges. 041b061a72


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