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    I've found the local Goodwill the past 2 weeks has had an influx of PS2 games, mostly sport related.
    I did pick up:

    Gran Turismo 4 (PS2) $2
    Tony Hawk (PS1) $1.50

    A couple other things, which I forget.

    I think it depends on who's sorting at those places, if they know what they have or not.

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    I found Lego Batman 2 at Salvation Army this past weekend. I completed the first one with my kid earlier this year so he'll be happy about getting to play through the second one now.
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    Quote Originally Posted by mkenyon2 View Post
    I've found the local Goodwill the past 2 weeks has had an influx of PS2 games, mostly sport related.
    I did pick up:

    Gran Turismo 4 (PS2) $2
    Tony Hawk (PS1) $1.50

    A couple other things, which I forget.

    I think it depends on who's sorting at those places, if they know what they have or not.
    My local Goodwill had an influx of games for PS2, PS3 and Xbox. A few Xbox titles made me debate but they were games for "more mature" folks that I'd never get to play. My brood tends to sniff out where video games are being played in the house like digital bloodhounds.

    But still-a nice change of pace from sports and music games

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    Quote Originally Posted by mkenyon2 View Post
    I've found the local Goodwill the past 2 weeks has had an influx of PS2 games, mostly sport related.
    I did pick up:

    Gran Turismo 4 (PS2) $2
    Tony Hawk (PS1) $1.50

    A couple other things, which I forget.

    I think it depends on who's sorting at those places, if they know what they have or not.
    New Bethlehem Goodwill still has the same Wii power adapter for $10. It's been there for months. They had a case for Conker on Xbox at $4 but the game wasn't there.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Slate View Post
    .They had a case for Conker on Xbox at $4 but the game wasn't there.
    Pretty much every thrift store I've ever been to keeps discs in a binder behind the counter. Is this not the case there? I rarely see a sign saying so, though.
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    Merry Christmas everyone. Here are some of my pickup for Christmas season

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