Some troubling news today for our video game-loving neighbors to the north. Canada's EB Games is allegedly moving forward with a plan to do away with the yellow "used" price stickers, with new and used items being lumped together on the same shelves, according to a leaked internal memo obtained by Kotaku.
More importantly, employees are apparently being instructed to bury new product behind used games on store shelves. Remember, too: we're talking about a store where you can easily find a used title priced higher than its new equivalent. The memo could just apply to Canada's EB stores, though let's not forget that GameStop owns that name.