GameStop Says 'We're No RadioShack'

"Marlon Gomez likes his video-game discs. The 41-year-old shipping worker, shopping recently at a GameStop in Los Angeles, said he can lend them out or bring them to friends' homes, which he can't do with a download. He can also sell used games back to the company."
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Wall Street is questioning the long-term relevance of GameStop amid the growth of direct digital downloads from game makers, but the retailer begs to differ.

"Marlon Gomez likes his video-game discs. The 41-year-old shipping worker, shopping recently at a GameStop in Los Angeles, said he can lend them out or bring them to friends' homes, which he can't do with a download. He can also sell used games back to the company."

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