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« on: June 12, 2007, 01:43:45 PM »

The population where I live is 2600 or so.  We don't have a Wal-mart for 30 miles, but we do have a local Pamida.

I was thinking of going to buy F.E.A.R since I've seen that game almost everywhere I go.  I also wanted Mortal Kombat for Wii.  I figured these games were old enough to be there.

I go in , and I see Zanzarah: The Hidden Portal for $4.99.  This is the foreign fairy pokemon game with the Quake 2 battle system.  I couldn't even remember the name of this game a week ago when I tried to remember, and here it was.

I also saw an import of Jump! Superstars for DS.  Someone had written "this is a Japanese import.  ALL TEXT IN JAPANESE; will work in US DS."  I looked for Mortal Kombat and there was an empty space where someone had written "Mortal Kombat Armageddon.  Sorry, sold out."  Luckily I found a copy hidden elsewhere, but...

When the hell did Pamida get with the program?  I heard something about Shopko owning them... are all Shopko's this "in tune?"  Is this how the underdogs fight back against Wal-Mart?
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« Reply #1 on: June 12, 2007, 02:05:53 PM »

Not that this has the first thing to do with your post, but wow did I think this was spam before I clicked on it. ^^;
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