First Stop, Deseret Industries on Aurora
|17935 Aurora Ave Shoreline, WA 98133-4816 (206) 542-9447|
Then I stopped at St Vincent de Paul Thrift Store, also on Aurora
|13555 Aurora Avenue North, Seattle - |
They sometimes have games there, next to their huge book section. Today there was Sonic 2 for $4 (!), a lonesome SNES cart and some Master System carts. Nothing interesting, really.
Third stop, again on Aurora, GameTown, This is not a thrift store, but a real store who is specialized in video games from all area. You'll find everything from Atari carts tot he recent X360 games.
|9901 Aurora Ave N Seattle, WA 98103|
Nothing that blew my mind today, but by far the most enjoyable stop of the day, as I was surrounded by vintage games and consoles.
|A boxed (minus the hole) Atari 5200. I have to find one these one day.|
|Lot of 2500/7800 carts lose. If you look for something in particular, they have a large selection|
|More Atari carts|
|The Sega section, Genesis, 32X and Master System games, in boxes|
|Sega section continues, including more Master System and Genesis|
|NES section, I bet it is the most popular of the oldies|
|More NES, boxed games this time.|
|NES again, was this system popular or something ?|
|Nintendo section with SNES, N64 and GC games all in boxes|
|Boxed and lose SNES games.|
Fourth stop of the day, Value Village
|8532 15th Avenue Northwest, Seattle (206) 783-4648|
|Weird pricing strategy|
Last stop of the day,Goodwill in Balard
|6400 8th Avenue Northwest, Seattle (206) 957 - 5544|
|NHL '94 is considered the best of them all|
Short story of the day, I haven't see anything great, but it was a good day for Sonic 2 fans.