The game selection was robust, in two main areas:  mixed with merch and puzzle displays around the center of the store, and in the Toys and Games display for kids.  We focused on the adult games, which have greater crossover with hobby games. 

There was also an end-cap of book-format products, which included some RPG books, Dynamite’s Art of Atari, Viz’s Art of Magic, and video game guides.

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