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Newest Wargame Stores

Clockwork Games and Events
979-703-1838
College Station, Texas 77840

Heroes Haven Games and Collectibles
419-709-8919
Mansfield, Ohio 44907

DragonTears Gaming
9108912429
DUNN, North Carolina 28334

Gypsee Games
(479) 653-0565
Fort Worth, Texas 76108

Big City Comix and Games
(816) 326-7759
Kansas City, Missouri 64145

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New Reviews

Lost Shade, Virginia

If you are into RPGs this is a horrible game shop. It is almost never open--hours are only noon to 9pm, only 3 days a week. It is not welcoming of young players--they have a strict policy that anyone under 16 years old must be accompanied by an adult at all times (woe to those of us who fondly remember spend most of our middle-school years relaxing at a FLGS). It has only a single, small rack of RPG products, which only ever includes one copy each of the core books for the latest version of D&D and a few out of date Pathfinder adventures. It has nothing for other players of other games, nor any older products for collectors on the hunt. It does nothing to advance the cause of gaming in the area (no board for posting LFG requests, no solicitation policy, no table for hosting games). All in all...it sucks. Note: There are a few minor redeeming qualities: 1) Huge selection of miniatures and miniatures supplies (s.p. for wargamers). 2) Nice selection of Magic Cards (including singles, packed commons/uncommons, etc.) 3) Smattering of decent board games, but nothing that is not cheaper or easier to find on Amazon...and no one there willing to talk about or show you a game you haven't played before. -- Brandon Lighter

Jimmy's USA - All Collectibles Show, California

great place to get sports cards -- matt

Firefly Toys & Games, South Carolina

Great game store, open tables for gaming. Sometimes games can be overpriced, but the store is still my favorite one in the area. -- Austin

Sunrise Games & Comics, Texas

Formally known as Rita's, the business was sold to a guy named Frank and continued to run as Rita's and then when the new owner was not able to make payments for the business it was seized and renamed Sun Rise Games & Comics sticking Frank with all the past debt. The new owner is the sister of the original owner. Cora has run it for several years now but is looking to retire. This Store has been around for more than 40 years. It is a staple in the El Paso gaming scene. Its a bit run down and worn around the edges, but the crew that hangs here are super cool and very welcoming. I would recommend it if you are new to the area or a long time resident. So Check it out. -- G4MER

Lost Shade, Virginia

Been there once, would come back if I could ever find you open -- Rick

 

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