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    Gamestop only does it when the games were traded in and theowners didnt give back the case

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    Most of the stores near me (halifax, ns, canada) only do that with used games.
    For new, they keep an open box on the shelves, you can either bring it to the counter or just go to the counter and ask for it, then they open a locked display case behind them (making their shelves kinda pointless, as you could just look and see what they have, but anyway) and grab you a sealed copy.
    The other stores up here that sell games, a lot of them anyway, they are in one of those security cases like CD's and lots of DVD's have and you just grab 'em and bring 'em to the cash. Mind you, it's Canada and we're more laid back and overweight so it's less likely somebody would make a mad dash for it. Though I've considered it more times than I'd like to admit. Maybe a few more months of Wii Boxing and I'll be up to it.

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    They do that for pre-played games, but I've never seen that for new games (like any Wii game would be). All my games were still shrinkwrapped.
    ... but what do I know?...
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    my gamestop sells them in sealed cases not sure about EB though

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    i normally just go up to them and ask if they have the game
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    Ok. So it varies from different store chains. Its like buying dvds, some stores sell them sealed, others put the dvd in later. Or music cds for instance. Do you people get out and shop off line much?

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    Yeah I don't shop online coz my folks don't like the whole internet transaction processes that come with it. And shopping around does get you out and about and its nice to get out for a change every now and then.

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    I don't think you could get away with stealing...the eb that i goto is medium size and has cameras and from anywhere in the shop you can see the wii stand.

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    The only game I see that are sealed are one in places like WHSmith, but in game shops they are always empty cases for security reasons.

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    that's messed up.
    who wants an open game?
    they don't do it just because of shoplifters, they do it so if you need to return it you get store credit instead of a refund.

    i was going to buy a computer game at EB and they were selling it in the box sealed, but the copy in the shelf was empty.

    are they a franchise?

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