Azirphaeli the Oracle wrote:Cause I have no idea, what systems/games will there be?
Also, I think suggestions for systems/games would be a good idea as well.
SilverWolf16 wrote:idk i hope they have the 4th naruto game though *eyes glimmer*
Technowraith wrote:I can pretty much tell you that Smash Brothers Brawl (Wii), Rockband (any system), and Guitar Hero (any system) will still be fairly popular games, so it may be worth considering adding those games. Some older classics might include Guilty Gear. A change of genre could be racing games, head-to-head arcade/action games such as Puzzle Fighter, or a couple of single games like Castlevania or Gradius. Dance games like DDR or Stepmania are also very popular at this time. I've seen a wide variety of appealing games out there in various settings, so expanding your offerings is always a good thing. Popular games are always a safe bet, though. One thing way to keep tabs on popular games is by visiting game stores, either at the malls or at the individual store locations. Gamestop has tons of stores around the area, so finding one can't be too hard. While demographics vary from region to region, you can get a general idea of what the hottest games are, so that gives you ideas on what game to include in your game rooms. I keep tabs on the hottest games by visiting Gamestop at the mall at least once a month and just talking to everyone, including the employees. It seems somewhat weird doing this, but trust me, making friends with Gamestop employees is your ticket to the hottest game info, and even a couple extra deals here and there.
Technowraith wrote: It seems somewhat weird doing this, but trust me, making friends with Gamestop employees is your ticket to the hottest game info, and even a couple extra deals here and there.
MonoTekETeA wrote:Thats when you get up on their case, be like:
"Listen, I know you were sent at least twenty DVDs for reserve, and I would like to get one of the preorder bonuses like It was said I would get. Limited my ****, give me something, or I am talking to your DM." End of discussion, he would either say shoot, we still don't have them and have to give you the District Manager's number, or he would dig one out or call another gamestop and get one for you. You would just have to go to said gamestop. You are talking to a three year employee, and I some times just damn well forget. Meanwhile, other things, they only send you a few of, like every five reserves, oh, here is one of those items. These Metal Gear codes however, each store received around ten of them.
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