Well, today I travelled into town to sell Transformers: Dark of the Moon and one of my two Transformers: War for Cybertron discs. I never play Dark of the Moon anymore and I needed to come up with some money quick for Fall of Cybertron and Black Ops 2. Selling would be my best option. I headed down to Gamestop first, I assumed I'd make more off of them. I asked the cashier how much I could get for selling both games, and it only rung up to a combined total of $6.80. There was no way I'd only accept six dollars for 120 dollars worth of PS3 games, so I took my business elsewhere. I went inside to a used game/CD/Movie Store store called "Disc Replay" and where I talked to a friendly guy at the register. He requested that he inspect the discs, something the Gamestop cashier didn't bother to do, and said he'd give me $8.00 for Dark of the Moon. War for Cybertron he couldn't accept because it had a small scratch, and they didn't have a Blu-Ray Disc cleaner. I could tell they cared a lot about quality, so I happily accepted the 8 dollars for DotM. Eight bucks for a crappy movie game isn't bad. They certainly swayed me considering that they care so much about quality and have such low prices! 40 dollars for a current release game? 3 dollars for a classic movie title? Incredible!