Prior to the Nintendo Wii, you might remember that Nintendo released the Gamecube. After being on the market for 10 year, Gamestop has officially declared it a collectible.
With this new found status, Gamestop will also discontinue Gamecube trade ins. This will go into affect on April 2nd and includes all Gamecube elements (games, accessories, console). If you’re thinking of selling off your Gamecube items, make sure to do this prior to the cut off.