The gaming industry is at its peak and we have seen many retailers come and go through the years. The industry is different by today's standards as pre-orders seem to dominate the industry.
Those 2 you said yes to are the ones I use most.
I only use Gamestop because my local one has pretty cool management. They tell their customers about all the pre-orders and deals and whatnot, but they don't ever throw it in my face. The employees are actually really cool people, so I tend to ignore the hatred that the chain receives. Beyond that, a lot of my games come from Amazon, particularly its marketplace.
Anyone but Gamestop. There is sooooo many problems with the retailer as a whole. Personally I prefer Amazon as I can buy new and Retro stuff all in the same place without waiting in line or dealing with a clerk annoying me with preorder offers and getting mad at me if I want to cancel a preorder. So for me its Amazon for online and mom-and-pop game shops for in-store.
BestBuy for new games and Amazon for bargain bin and discounted games. I even go on Ebay when I want older games because I prefer Black Label over Greatest Hits editions and I like how I can see a picture of the game, case, manual.
whatever is most convenient and has what im looking for... at the best price my spot just so happend to be target in most cases... if they dont have something ...then i go to gamestop since its the next closest.... the only time i go to bestbuy is when they have the best deals or i need something in particular from that store
Anywhere but Gamestop due to personal experiences. I've had numerous occasions where they sold me opened games as new; Overcharging unsophisticated customers for used games; lack of professionalism by criticizing my console of choice when I'm there to buy their games.
Its nice to see the general consenses goes against lamestop
N4G is a community of gamers posting and discussing the latest game news. It’s part of NewsBoiler, a network of social news sites covering today’s pop culture.