Select GameStops will start accepting trade-ins of retro consoles and games starting April 25, IGN reports.
Some 250 stores within the NYC and Birmingham, Alabama markets take trade-ins of NES, Suepr SNES, Sega Genesis, PlayStation, N64, and Sega Dreamcast systems, games, and accessories. Before the retro gaming gear is resold by the retailer itself, they’ll be sending “all of the product back through the Refurbishment Operations Center for inspection, testing and repair.”
GameStop will likewise sell some of its newly acquired antiquities on its website.
It’s unclear how long the program will last, or whether it’ll expand to include other locations beyond NYC and Birmingham. The full report is available at IGN.