If the high street must have a dedicated game store then better representation than GAME is needed. Not that I believe one is needed anymore as customers are a lot more savvy about video games these days; where to buy them and what to buy. GAME staff are no more clued up the.n some kid working on the entertainment counter in the likes of Asda anyway. |
As for losing jobs? People lose their jobs every day. I've been made redundant twice in my working life. Pick yourself up and get on with it. You've another thing coming if you think I'll shed a tear for the twats in GAME. They think all their customers are cunts anyway.
Edited by Ragnor at 21:03:41 08-12-2017
I think I know why GAME aren't doing so well • Page 3
mal 29,326 posts
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Most high streets here have a Cex that's about as promininent if not more so than the GAME store. The west end's a bit weird as cex is only a pokey shop down an alley there, while game is in the middle of oxford street.
Now I'm not saying Cex is all that, but at least it's not GAME, eh?
We have a CEX. Bit tatty, but the staff are friendly and helpful.
Edited by Ragnor at 21:24:52 08-12-2017
Cappy 14,046 posts
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The game selection in CEX isn't looking too hot these days. If I had money burning a hole in my pocket and absolutely needed something to play right away I'd probably end up at GAME, there's at least a chance they'll have the Weeb rubbish I like.
I'm not sure what happened but the more interesting used games aren't on the shelves at either of the branches of CEX I've visited this year.
I tell you what is hot at CEX. That racist woman with the tattoos in Hounslow.
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