Question by JJ: What are good used video game stores in Japan?
I am traveling to Japan this fall. I was wondering if people could suggest good places to buy used video games. I know places like Super Potato and Book Off. Any more places, and their location would be appreciated. Tokyo area is preferred; however, I will be traveling around so other locations are great.
Would any one of these Book Off, Geo, etc. be better in prices? Or have good deals. I would like to get some PS3/PSP games for cheap (at least cheaper than the new Japanese price.)
Answer by aLex keiTh
Geo and Book off are ubiquitous almost all over Japan I suppose. But if you are in Tokyo then there should be better locally-owned places. Look for video game stores in Akihabara.
Am not a fan of Akihabara though as it’s filled with ‘oyaku’(mainly computer geeks and anime fans, generally odd losers).
Question by Amy: How does playing video games affect your heart?
I’m helping my sister write a paper for her college class. She’s doing the pros and cons of video games. We would reallllly appreciate all the information you could provide us with. The main question we need to know is how playing video games can affect your heart? Mainly how it could damage it. But we will be happy with any other information you can give Thank you!
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Question by Terry Kincaid: The NRA is using video games as a scapegoat to prevent another assault weapon ban. What do you think?
My argument: The National Rifle Association, rather than logically arguing against gun control, is using video games as a scapegoat to prevent another assault weapons ban from being passed. Why? Because after the Sandy Hook shootings, they know they’re screwed and can’t defend gun rights for much longer without sounding like monsters. So they’ve decided to use the fact that the shooter played Call of Duty games, and twisted it into a false motivation. It’s the same tactic they used in 1999.
What do you think?
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