TheStreet's Jim Cramer says Walmart's announcement it will accept used video games as trade-ins has left him "cold" on the hardware gaming platform. Cramer does not care for shares of either Walmart or GameStop, and he is still waiting for GameStop to be recharged by new additions to its video game inventory. Instead, Cramer likes digital game producers Electronic Arts and Take-Two Interactive. Take-Two is the cheapest stock in the group and Chairman & CEO Strauss Zelnick has done a "remarkable" job.
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