Originally Posted by ckc4043
Actually, for the controller, what is the meaning of like new and very good? I think they can not check the battery life inside. How do they define the condition? To see whether the button is loosed or not?
More so based on the packaging (dings, bend, crease, etc). Anything from very good to like new is a close to a safe bet (some rare instances it hasn't been). Amazon grades items from acceptable, good, very good, to like new and are usually pretty accurate if not exaggerating when describing some of the "flaws". For more here is the quote from OP:
"Usually, games are re-shrinked wrap and almost in perfect condition. Any game i have personally ever bought has in like new condition. However, some people have reported that games were scratched with stickers on the insert. Consoles are also usually reported in like new or new condition with box damage. Rarely, a console may be missing a key component such as a power brick. Games listed in "acceptable" condition likely have very beaten up cases, or are missing cases, and are in not so great condition, but generally have a working game disc.