GameStop to Absurdly Offer In-Store Purchase of Downloadable Games

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GameStopApparently, GameStop is tremendously concerned that it will turn into another Blockbuster – a physical store with an outdated business model. It's not enough that GameStop acquired Impulse to support digital sales, now GameStop customers can purchase downloadable games in-store. It's all the satisfaction of downloading a game, without any of the convenience of doing so from your own home. The only real benefit FI can glean is that it would be possible to trade in used games to purchase online downloads, but we're not particularly keen on enabling GameStop's pawn shop business.

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