Walmart's Used Video Game Business Won't Kill GameStop

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Since March, Walmart has been offering gift cards to its customers in exchange for their old copies of Call of Duty: Ghosts or Killzone Shadow Fall. The company’s collection of used video games is now big enough that it is ready to begin selling them, too. On Tuesday, Wal-Mart said its pre-owned gaming business is going live in 1,700 of its 4,800 U.S. stores.

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