If it's a pirate nintendo game, especially a christian one I say "awesome!"
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If I bought it and did not like it, I'd put it in my shelf and leave it there. At one point or another, a friend might show interest and I give it to her/him.
If I rented it, there is nothing more to it than returning it and not extending the renting or buy it.
A friend of mine destroyed his Dungeon Siege disc in dismay. Never would it see the light of day again.
Last edited by Q'Anilia on May 21st, 2009 at 12:13 PM
And considering that 90% of the games I buy are used, on the rare chance I end up not liking it (doesn't happen often with how often I buy games), I'd just bring it back to work and get something else.
If it is rented, I just bring it back. If it is used, I probably trade it in for another game or I would tell them that the game was for my son and I got the wrong one. If it is brand spanking new and I paid over $50, u best believe im bringing that s**t back!
"A lie, Mr. Mulder, is most convincingly hidden between two truths." Deep Throat.
I return it back to Gamefly and give a poor review.
I see that many of you people say that you return the game if you have purchased one and it turns out to be shit. I actually hear this all the time when i ask my friends why they even bother to buy games anymore when you can rent any game you want for far cheaper. Before i started renting from Gamefly and i purchased a shitty game i could never return it. I mean, i could but it's not like i would get my money back. I would only get 30-40% of my money back. Where the hell are you people buying games that they allow you to return them for a full discount?
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