$40 each, of course
Just a couple months ago, GameStop was selling copies of Xenoblade for upwards of $90. The retailer has exclusive rights to the title, you'll remember. This monopoly and price hike raised a number of issues, especially when it was reported that the store has a surplus of the game and was still hiking up the price.
Just in time for the holiday season, it appears Gamestop no longer wants to Scrooge you.
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