Books-a-Million, America's third-largest books retail chain, weathered a crummy third quarter but sounded upbeat about plans to move into a new line of business: Video games. That's news to some of their stores.
Gamasutra reports that many of the chain's locations, principally located in the American South and Midwest, began selling used titles over the past two weeks. They don't accept used games, managers said, and they're unsure of how corporate is supplying the used stock.
Video games also do not appear on the Books-a-Million online store.
Books-a-Million Selling Used Video Games At Some Locations [Gamasutra]