As gamers slowly switch over to next-gen consoles like the Xbox One and PS4, GameStop is going retro.
The retailer announced this week that it will launch a new sales and trade-in program for old-school consoles, games, and accessories, according to IGN.
Starting April 25, about 250 stores across New York City and Birmingham, Ala. will start accepting your old consoles and games as trade-ins. Then, if the program goes well, GameStop will expand nationally this year.
Systems and accessories dating back to the Nintendo Entertainment System will be accepted, such as Super NES, SEGA Genesis, the original PlayStation, N64, and SEGA Dreamcast, as well as vintage games to play on your new (old) box.
“We will bring all of the product back through the Refurbishment Operations Center for inspection, testing and repair,” GameStop told IGN.
The company expects to begin selling the merch about two months after it starts taking trade-ins, to “build up a good assortment for retro games fans to select from when shopping.”
However, the games will be sold online or GameStop’s new in-store Web system.