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Restocking the Shelves

Local used game stores have always been a part of the fabric of gaming culture. They keep low income players playing in an age of greed where publishers complain that they can’t charge more than $60 per title, and they keep casual retro hounds basking in the glory of the last generation’s greatest successes. Yet like arcades and Blockbuster Video, these community focal points may be on their way out.

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bgrundman2763d ago

I miss the mom and pop retail shops for games.

JimmyJames702763d ago

That's fine with me. Just means more people can use Goozex.