I went into a local thrift shop (game hunting) the other day and found that they had about 8 shelves full of what looked to be brand-new DVDs, Blu-ray movies and videogames in stock. They had stickers on them from several retailers, including Wal-Mart and Best Buy. Most of them were between $5 and $7. Probably hot. Who cares. I bulked up my Blu-ray horror movie collection for almost nothing. They had lots of games, but they were all dogsh*t titles.
Newegg has a lot of Xbox 360 games on sale. What's nice is that you don't have to deal with gross thrift store employees or people who haven't showered in 2 weeks. You just click and they come to your door. And they're probably not hot.
Titles range from $6.99 to $9.99. NeoGAF was nice enough to make a full list, which you'll find after the jump. Most titles are older ones, but there are some good buys in here. Need help on making a purchase decision? Check our reviews section before you click. Pass on that Operation Darkness for $8.99. Trust me. Same for Zoids Assault. (Sorry, Atlus!) I would say that Dark Sector is worth your $8, though.
Raiden Fighters Aces - $9.99
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