How To Afford A video games

Tuesday, June 10, 2008

Have you ever wanted video games? They are an expensive form of entertainment but there are a couple ways (other than winning the lottery) to afford them.
Save your money! First off, you can't buy video games when you're broke. Save up for a video game by saving birthday money, for example.
Set a goal! What game do you want? You won't know how to get it if it's a mystery.
Go to the store! Don't get sucked in by salesman. They're subtle, but they may be payed commission, so have what you want ready.

If you don't play the game immediately, take it back. If you're not excited about it right after you buy it, you're not going to be excited about in a couple of days.
Make sure you buy a game that is approved by your parents. You may need to take it back if your parents or guardians are strict about that kind of stuff.
Try to buy used games. You don't need to tell your friends, but it's cheaper, and most are in good, playable condition.

Don't buy games that are illegally reproduced, and don't do this yourself. It is illegal and you will get in a lot of trouble


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