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    I'm at Disney for the week and am wondering if there are any game stores in the area that have unusual or used games. Anything in the area worth visiting?

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Pete got it right.

SciFi City is OK if you are willing to pay MSRP. Once upon a time (back when they were named Enterprise 1701), they were the "only game in town".

Although they are a bit more difficult to find (tucked in the corner waaay in the back of a strip mall), you owe it to yourself to find CoolStuff. They have a friendly, knowledgeable staff, a great inventory, tons of table space for games, and online, discount pricing.
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    That was well worth the trip in spite of the traffic. Thank you!

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Sagrilarus wrote:

    That was well worth the trip in spite of the traffic. Thank you!

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Did you go to Coolstuff or SciFi or both?
 
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    I went to Cool Stuff and the place lived up to its name. It's pretty much the archetype of the modern brick and mortar game store of 2009 -- a room with a great array of games to choose from and a play area where CCGs are calling the tune. Thank God for CCGs -- they're the only thing keeping these places afloat.

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