Another game retailer bites the dust. The Game Crazy chain of stores will begin to shut their doors in the coming weeks. The decision is part of a larger restructuring by parent company Movie Gallery, which also owns Hollywood Video. Many Hollywood Video locations have already closed and liquidated stock, but more closures are expected.
The website Kotaku is reporting that the stores will begin to sell off its inventory in two weeks. The retailer will still operate until then, but it will no longer accept pre-orders for upcoming titles and releases.
It is bad news for game fans, but good news for bargain shoppers. Liquidation firms are currently bidding over stock, but once the majority has been shipped out, the remaining inventory will be sold at deeply discounted, going-out-of-business prices.
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