If you’ve got a stack of old GameCube games you’ve been waiting to unload at GameStop for a tiny bit of cash or in-store credit, you’d better take care of the transaction by the close of business Sunday. Starting a week from today, the monolithic game retailer will no longer accept games, accessories or systems from Nintendo’s obsolete console.
It’s remarkable that GameStop is still taking GameCube trade-ins anyway. After all, as Destructoid notes, the company stopped accepting paraphernalia from the GameCube’s Microsoft-spawned contemporary, the original Xbox, three years ago. It still accepts PlayStation 2 stuff.