I've been to the Penn Hills Game Exchange a handful of times, and I find my visits to be well worth the time; whether I pick up a game I haven't played, or spend an hour in the arcade eating Nori, or as I gawk in awe as Anna resurrects my fallen Starfox 64 game; I always have a laid back time. While retro (and of course newer) games might not be everyone's forte, it's been a pleasure to converse and learn new things from everyone there, and it's always exciting to reconnect with games from my childhood, and see what gaming was like before my time.
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