GameStop is launching a a new trade-in and sales scheme for old school gaming consoles, accessories and games according to IGN. From the 25th of April, roughly 250 stores across New York city and Birmingham, Ala. will start accepting old consoles and games as trade-ins. The list of retro gaming consoles accepted includes the Sega Genesis, Super NES, the original playstation, Sega Dreamcast and N64. The selling of consoles is estimated to begin two months after GameStop starts taking trade-ins to ensure they have a "good assortment for retro games fans to select from when shopping ." They will then be sold via their website or a in-store web system. An additional bonus- the old systems will come with the same warranty as current used and refurbished consoles.