CHARLESTON, W.Va. (WCHS) From retro computer game control center, to extravagant collectibles, to anime figures, staff individuals at The Gaming Co. are hoping to bring individuals together for the love of everything gaming.
Since 2019, The Gaming Co. has been the go to spot for Pokmon, anime and computer game stuff in South Williamson, Ky. Not long after opening that store, proprietors opened one more location in Pikeville, Ky.
Presently, proprietors are bringing their business to Charleston situated by Chipotle and Mimi’s in Southridge. Director Kat Janz is putting the final touches on the store before it opens Nov. 20.
“I think this will be useful for Charleston too in light of the fact that you have Books A Million. You have Target, yet it’s anything but an across the board stop,” Janz said. “I’m truly hoping this will be useful for individuals of any age in here to find something they love.”
Customers will find things like a vintage GameBoy, Super Mario Brothers extravagant toys or the most recent pack of Pokmon cards.
“With the pandemic and stuff, there’s been a many individuals there’s nothing else to do. So it resembles we should play a few games I delighted in as a child. So you got individuals coming in for Pokemon red and blue, the old Mario games, collecting Pokemon cards, something to kind of bring that wizardry back,” Janz said.
Janz said the store is planning on running a few Black Friday bargains all through its first week, and to check the store’s Facebook page for subtleties.
“We truly need to keep stuff that is new and retro that way you can find pretty much everything you’re looking for here,” Janz said.