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The Top 5 Most Traded Games This Week

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 1) Grand Theft Auto V

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2) FIFA 14

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3) The Last of Us

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4) Call of Duty: Ghosts

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5) Halo 4

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Why are people selling these particular games, and what upcoming titles might they be saving up for? Read on to find out…

Grand Theft Auto V

GTA V was released to amazing reviews last year, with some calling it the best game ever.

But even the best games can get a bit boring. Once you’ve finished the main story and the side missions, there isn’t much else to do – even the online features leave a bit to be desired.

What are gamers selling it for?

Destiny.

The long-awaited massively multiplayer online shooter (think Halo meets World of Warcraft) from ex-Halo developers Bungie is finally coming out in September and it looks absolutely incredible.

FIFA 14

The best football game ever made is almost as good as the real thing, while the legendary Ultimate Team mode is as addictive as ever.

What are gamers selling it for?

FIFA 15.

Okay, so EA’s yearly updates are never ground-breaking but the temptation of new player animations, a slightly tweaked engine and (most importantly) brand new Ultimate Team cards is just too much to resist.

The Last of Us

Another contender for the best game ever, The Last of Us blew people away with its sorta-zombie plot and terrifying gameplay.

What are gamers selling it for?

Erm…The Last of Us: Remastered.

The remastered version of The Last of Us comes out on PS4 at the end of this month, with improved graphics and few new features. If you upgraded to PS4, it’s definitely worth making the trade!

Call of Duty: Ghosts

2013’s annual Call of Duty release was a bit different to previous titles, with levels in space and more stealth-focused gameplay. The multiplayer was still awesome, though.

What are gamers selling it for?

Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare!

It’s the 1st Call of Duty to be developed solely by Sledgehammer Games (who helped out with Modern Warfare 3). But let’s face it: the only reason you want this is new maps, new multiplayer modes and new weapons to kill your friends with.

Halo 4

Halo 4 was 343 Studio’s first Halo game and was surprisingly good. The game brought back the arcade-y shoot-em-up action the series is renowned while kicking off a whole new trilogy. We’ve been waiting a while for the next instalment…

What are gamers selling it for?

…but not for long. Halo 5 is coming out early next year. In the meantime, Halo: The Master Chief Collection is being released in November for Xbox One: the game includes Halo: Combat Evolved, Halo 2: Anniversary Edition, Halo 3 and Halo 4, all in glorious Xbox One graphics.

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