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    Default Washington DC retro game shop(s)?

    I'll be in the DC area come late April, anybody from the area (or not) who knows where to find a good classic game shop (NES, SNES, etc.)?

    (I'll be at the Capital Hilton, 16th and K Streets NW, Washington DC 20036.)

    Thanks in advance!

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    Nope none in DC.

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    I live here.

    If you find one, Holla.

    I don't know of any.



    That said, Pandora's Cube in College Park MD has a lot of good import stuff, but it's pretty far from where you'll be.

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    Oh well (but thanks for the info guys).

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    I'm sure a ton of us would be more than happy to meet up for gaming

    But beyond that... no good Mom and Pop shops.

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    You won't even find a DC in DC :-)

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    the best you can find are thrift stores just a bit outside of dc, there are tons of goodwills there and you could probably score some sweet games
    meoooooowers

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    You could try the EStarland Warehouse in Fairfax.

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