Just came from Gamestop to buy dead cell new for $25. When I checked online, the only place that was close enough to me was 15 minutes away and was the only one left in stock. The next farthest would have been 1 hour away. That was not worth it. So since I had it held for me brand new per gamestop, I drive over to the store to pickup the game. So when I get there I asked for the game and the clerk tells me that he has it in stock. He pulls a game out and it's in an envelope, and I'm like that's not new. So he tells me to go grab the case off the shelf and bring it to him, and I keep saying that it's not new because it's open and the value is now used so I should get it for a used price. Now my wife is also saying the same thing, so it a discussion with the manager about this. After 15 minutes, I went ahead and bought it for full price, but I'm leaving very frustrated knowing that I didn't buy a new game. I mean how would I know if that person didn't play the game in the back with all his friends and then sell it to me used but claiming it as new.This practice needs to stop. I'm surprised the government hasn't stepped in to stop GameStop from pulling off these practices. What's your thoughts on this?