How do you choose the condition (grade) you list a game at?
Here is our grading scale:
New – Typically only used for factory sealed / brand new items without any noticeable wear. Any new item with box damage, a rip in the seal, etc, is marked down from New to good, fair, or Poor.
Good – Over all in good condition. No creases in artwork or manual, no water damage, no stickers on manual or case artwork, no rental sticker on disc, no stains, etc. Outer plastic of the case may have stickers on it, light scratches, or other wear, but nothing excessive. We are typically not applying the grade to the actual plastic case, but instead to the case artwork, manual, and game.
Fair – Slightly more worn than “good” condition. Very slight wear to labels, manuals, or case artwork. Surface scratches or other very minor wear and tear.
Poor – Anything with a major defect. Case artwork or manuals with water damage, creases, stains, rips / tears, missing pages, etc. May have rental sticker on the disc, stickers on the cover art or manual, or other damage. There is physical damage like a crack or hole in a plastic cartridge. Damaged may also be a manual missing its cover page or something similar.
ALL discs are in playable condition. Minor scratching may be present, but nothing that would keep it from playing.