In a move that is bound to rile the feathers of many video game developers, Walmart Selling Used Games This Summer. Gaming continues to be an important business for us and we’re actively taking aim at the $2 billion pre-owned video game opportunity, When we disrupt markets and compete, our customer wins.
Those who buy old games will be purchasing a product that is labeled as “Certified Pre-owned.” This hopefully means that the used product will be superior to that of Gamestop who has been known to sell scratched discs at times. We can guess why Walmart sells assault weapons: Its customers want them, and the company can make a lot of money selling them.
But Walmart's customers probably also want music that contains swear words, and Walmart could probably make money selling that, too.
And music with curse words is legal (First Amendment and all that), so this isn't about legality. So Walmart bans profanity on the grounds that some people might find it objectionable, but proudly sells assault weapons that can be used to slaughter people.
Isn't Walmart worried that some people might find that objectionable?A  Like the parents of children who were just murdered with an assault weapon, for example?
As a non American it staggers me that you can go to a supermarket and pick up a gun, let alone an assault rifle.
All they have to do with the music is stick stickers on the CD's to advise of the bad language.


However, this perception is slowly changing as rising overseas labor costs and higher shipping costs are forcing U.S.
In fact, this trend is so powerful that even Walmart, the leader in everyday low prices, believes "Made in the USA" is a smart and profitable strategy. Walmart have sparked outrage by selling an children’s Halloween costume of an Israeli soldier.
Several people have taken to Walmart’s website to condemn the costume in the reviews. Others took to Twitter to share their views on the costume, with many referencing the current violence between Israelis and Palestinians. The popular American retail chain is now officially diving headfirst into the used game market. They’ll save money on video games and have the flexibility to spend it however they want.
It is also important that Walmart mentions that new releases will be the most important factor in game purchases going forward.
However, other portions of the recordings may contain profanity, and the 30-second sample clips or the recording as a whole may be deemed by some customers to be offensive, indecent or objectionable. It's "designed for use in law enforcement and military operations." Just what every civilian Walmart customer needs.


This marks a huge shift for Walmart, who is now competing with the likes of major US game retailer Gamestop. Occasionally, Wal-Mart may refuse to stock music merchandise that may not seem appropriate.
It is also interesting that there are more shops selling guns in America than there are supermarkets. Domestic sourcing will help the company avoid wage inflation overseas and shipping costs, while increasing flexibility through shorter lead times and generating positive reputational buzz. However, Wal-Mart may carry some recordings that some customers might find offensive, indecent or objectionable. Developers fighting against used game sales are going to have to brawl even harder than before. Turning them into a consumables sitting is between gardening implements and tools is scary. They are offered in 600 stores and will be in an additional 600 stores by Sept., supported by local marketing.



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