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It now truly is the end of an era as GameStop has announced that it will stop accepting PlayStation 2 trade-ins this June, so if you’ve been stockpiling anything for trade you had better hurry and offload it.

On June 1 the retailer will stop accepting trades for PS2 systems, software, and accessories. The news first broke after a Reddit user snapped the below photo in a store, but it has since been confirmed by several employees in various locations.

The PlayStation 2 was the final last generation console being accepted by the retailer. The console managed to sell 150 million units worldwide and had over 10,000 games available for it before Sony ceased production worldwide early this year.

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GameStop to Stop Accepting PS2 Trade-ins in June

By Matthew Bennett | 05/6/2013 05:54 AM PT

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It now truly is the end of an era as GameStop has announced that it will stop accepting PlayStation 2 trade-ins this June, so if you’ve been stockpiling anything for trade you had better hurry and offload it.

On June 1 the retailer will stop accepting trades for PS2 systems, software, and accessories. The news first broke after a Reddit user snapped the below photo in a store, but it has since been confirmed by several employees in various locations.

The PlayStation 2 was the final last generation console being accepted by the retailer. The console managed to sell 150 million units worldwide and had over 10,000 games available for it before Sony ceased production worldwide early this year.

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About Matthew Bennett

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Matt is one of the longest-serving members of the EGMNOW team. An ability to go many hours without sleep and a quick wit make him ideal for his role as associate editor at EGMNOW.com. He often thinks back to the days when the very idea of this career seemed like nothing but an impossible dream. Find him on Twitter @mattyjb89