Have a bunch of video games that you don't play anymore? Well why don't you sell them? There are several opportunities you have to put them up for sale or exchange them for credit at some stores.
The most popular place to sell items is eBay. You just need to make a seller's account and put your items up for bid. Try to take a picture of your game cover and put it on the description for your video game. You can do this with any game from any system be it Play Station 1 to Play Station 3 or Xbox and even PC games can be sold on eBay. You have people who are bidding on your game and hopefully you will get a darn good price for it.
But don't put all your stock in just one place to sell at. There are other choices for you to try. Yahoo! has their own auction site (though no longer available in the U.S.), or you can make your own website. If you have enough games, this might be a great idea. You can come up with some cool sounding domain name and register it. Begin selling your games that way.
There is also Half (dot com) which is a division of eBay but usually stuff is cheaper there. But remember if your game is kind of beat up on the back you can't expect to get a great price on it. You have to be fair to the person you are selling for, and in the same sense if your game is in pristine condition you could expect a much higher price.
But with auctions it's not always going to get to the price you were hoping to get. Also you have to remember to include your shipping costs in the cost of the item, well it's listed separately, but you don't want to put an amount here that is way too low, and in the same way a cost that is tremendously huge. People will wonder why it's so high and may not bid on your item just because of that.
Looking to sell video games is a great way to clean up your room and get you more money for those newer games that come out every day. Just don't expect to make tons of money because you'll be disappointed in the difference between what you were counting on and what you actually made. Good luck on the sales!
The massively multiplayer online role-playing games are becoming more and more popular with every day that passes. Even if you haven't tried such a game before you will be tempted to try the minute you come across such a game. If you spend some time digging to find what else is available, the addiction can become irresistible.
Indeed, the MMORPGs are one of the best games. They have graphics and game play elements that are just as good as the graphics and the game play elements of the other games you play. Moreover the "real" feel of these games is something a lot of the rest just do not have. Some compare their favorite MMORPG with a real life experience you live it, you don't simply play it.
However, as with anything else you are buying or paying for, you need to resist to the initial temptation and check a few things first.
Obviously since we are talking about a computer games you need to check the system requirements of the game you want to buy. Although MMORPGs are played online, they still require a PC with certain characteristics. Check if your processor, Ram and video card will meet the minimum requirements of the game. If not, think carefully is that game so important for you? If yes, then upgrade your computer. Many massively multiplayer online role-playing games have some trial free period and then a monthly fee so never subscribe first and then do the upgrade.
The next thing to worry about is the internet connection. You have to check if the one you have is good enough for playing online games. Moreover some game servers will require a broadband connection.
Once you have everything in place try the game. As mentioned many games have a free trial. Even though you might like the game at a first glance do not go to the checkout. Many games unfortunately are not that good. On the other hand the game may be excellent but not exactly to your taste.
You can subscribe for the free trials of several games at the same time and see which one will suite you best. Another thing you can do is to read some reviews. The good thing about MMORPGs is that there is a large community and getting opinion is not difficult at all.
The last thing that a MMORPG requires is a lot of free time and dedication. As any other game you will need some time to learn how to play and than enjoy it.
The action of fighting and its intensity have always been popular topics; from the Old Sagas that were first told around campfires of the heroics of warriors to the medieval romance stories of knights. Fighting monsters has been an integral aspect of the stories. This genre of stories has always been in vogue. Thus we have board games like Battleship and arcade games like Gun Fight wherein the Old West gunslingers shot it out.
Fighting games are part of the action game genre. They involve a one-on-one fight. Traditionally, the hand-to-hand combat is a fighting game, though a clash between two opponents welding weapons is a branch of fighting games. A boxing convention of fans of boxing has been to call boxing the fights. Boxing has been categorized with fighting games, though some say it should be in sports. Of course really good boxing games strive to be realistic and showcase boxing strategies such as dancing, switching from left handed to right handed boxing and so on. Fighting games that revolve around the martial arts are not realistic in nature tending to exaggeration, though they are popular. Some of the first fighting games were boxing games.
There are so many download games that are fighting games, but here are a few to try out if you haven't already experienced playing them.
Rumble Fighter is an action/fighting game, as many as eight players can rumble in great multiplayer skirmishing. The offensive maneuvers are blocking, throwing, and hitting and the players can morph.
Street Fighter 2 debuted in 1991 and it is back. This fighting game is competitive. It is credited by many as the game that pummeled this genre into the awareness of the general public causing the global arcade venue to stay dominant for many more years.
Toribash 3.69 is an unusual platform fighting game because it allows the player to decide the kinds of moves they make. Some of the kinds of fighting included are sumo, sword fights, kickboxing, and judo. This game isn't for children because it is too violent.
GunZ The Duel is an action/fighting game that is free. Hundreds of online players duke it out with guns, cloaks, knives, and swords. It is full of adventurers, bounty hunters, and outlaws.
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Sidering Knockout Boxing is a realistic free online boxing game. The player has to fight a slew of opponents to become the heavyweight champion. This game takes honing your skills in order to beat your opponent using combination punches and dancing away from the opposing boxer.
Warfare 1917 is a World War I fighting game and strategy game. The player advances his army, either German or British, through Europe from trench to trench. Gain the enemies territory and make them surrender at each trench to win the game.
Feudalism 2 is a cool fighting game that is based on the premise of ruling the world in feudal times. The world has six countries, twelve heroes, many weapons, and armor. To become the main king that rules the lesser vassals you'll purchase armament, recruit warriors, and leave no cities under the rule of your opponents.