GameStop to Stop Accepting PS2 Trade-Ins Starting June 1

GameStop to Stop Accepting PS2 Trade-Ins Starting June 1

In an attempt to make room for the next generation of consoles, and this generation's trade-ins, GameStop will officially stop accepting trades for PS2 systems, software, and accessories come June 1.

If you're sleeping on any old titles, you've got less than a month to get them out of your library. Just a heads up, you're only going to get $6 a piece for them. The PS2 was the only system of the last generation that GameStop still took trades on. We get it, you've got to make room on the shelves.

This really does mark the end of a generation. Are you sitting on any old PS2 titles? Let us know in the comments which games you just haven't been able to part with.

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