In fairness, I have found stuff in stores that they no longer sell... just not targets... I've found 2 generation old games at a few wal-marts in the past...
There's a game shop in a mall near my home that specializes in consoles and console games, but I prefer PC gaming (it took me about ten minutes to figure out how to hack Starfleet Command). Fortunately, that shop's got a good-sized cut-out bin, and you never know what you're likely to find in there. I drop in once or twice a month just to see what they've written off at retail price.
The employees know me on sight and bury the good stuff as deeply as they can in that bin.
Places like that might be good spots to search for old copies of STO.
Also, don't think we're ganging up on you. That isn't my intention at all.
I know the economy is hard, but it's slowly getting better. Just gotta get all the job applications out, throw some resume's in peoples faces, even try a temp agency.
But if you can't buy a copy of STO for $15 and resell it for $50, then you have to re-prioritize yourself.
yea, I don't mean to sound like a jerk or anything man, but your argument for not buying the games is just illogical...
just because the corporations shipped all the US jobs over-seas back in the 1970's for short-term profits and have continued following suit since doesn't mean you should instead play STO and hope a job will appear in the meantime... gotta be pro-active.
I spent a lot of time homeless a few years back... but look at me now.
Finding a job would sure be a lot easier though if i had a TR-116 with me at my interviews......
Seriously, with all the posts on this rifle, i'm surprized it hasn't made its way to the C-store yet. I want it, other fans want it. STF players would kill their first officers for it. Just give it to us already, please.