After a successful pilot program and expanded online offerings, GameStop is now accepting retro trade-ins at all retail stores nationwide.

GameStop announced its desire to get back into the retro games market in 2012, and expanded its efforts in 2015, offering NES, Genesis, SNES, N64, PS1, and Dreamcast games for purchase online. However, trade-ins for retro games and consoles was previously limited to specific areas.

Today, the company has announced that retro trade-ins of games, systems, and controllers can now be done at all GameStop stores. Additionally, GameStop's online offerings have expanded to include the Sega Saturn, Game Boy Color and Advance, GameCube, and Xbox. For more details and to browse what games are available to purchase, head to GameStop's retro section.

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