My kids only buy New games there. If one company locks Used games, someone else will move into that vacuum and makke the money. There is an argument that the entire idea of prohibiting you from selling a game, that YOU OWN, is not legal. Otherwise call it a Rental and Lower the price. Not sure they want to bite the hand that sells for them either. Can you imagine if they did that to your car? Pretty sure they are getting into the online market also and I would think there are tie ins and assume there already are. Taking away my kids' Xbox is worse than any other punishment. Cramer clearly doesn't have kids in the correct age group. Stores are crowded, end of story in my book. Small footprint, high sales per square foot. But Cramer is often right 50% of the time, so who knows.