Thursday, 5 December 2013

PNP Games - Everything from Atari to Wii

Written by Nate (founder / editor)
"It's like art! Some people want the original Mona Lisa, some don't mind a Hi-Res JPEG" That was a quote from one of the many conversations I've had with the staff at PNP Games (I believe we were talking about legitimacy of owning original game cartridges). Fuelling Winnipeg's growing retro gamer market, PNP Games has been the city's largest source for retro and current video games since 2007.... 




PNP games newest location at 160 Meadowood Drive

...Being a retro video game collector for the better part of a decade, I was excited when PNP Games opened their first store on 915 McLeod Ave back in 2007 and I've been a customer ever since. PNP Games prides themselves on being a locally owned and run company and I can attest to their friendly and knowledgable staff. Over the years, they've helped me curate my 1200+ collection and find most of my childhood favourites including complete sets of Mega Man, The Legend of Zelda and Super Mario Bros. for the Nintendo Entertainment System (NES). 

PNP Games is a great place for gifts this holiday season! 


To better serve their customers, PNP Games has opened 2 other locations on 2609 Portage Ave. and recently replacing the retired Microplay at 160 Meadowood Drive. With a great selection including unique board games, accessories and plushies, PNP Games is a great place for gifts this holiday season!

Not only has PNP Games affirmed their dedication to the local retro video game scene by sponsoring our group, they are also a major sponsor to our April 5th 2014 event, to benefit one of Winnipeg's oldest running homeless shelters! Stay tuned for more from PNP Games and RGCWinnipeg. 

I like to take credit for their XP Loyalty program, which I suggested back in 2008 =D
Thank you PNP for your support and dedication to the Retro Gamer Community!
Visit them on Facebook and tell them we sent you! =D

-Nate (blog editor)



Nate is the founder and group coordinator for RGCWinnipeg. He's been collecting retro video games for over 10 years. His collection has over 1200 unique video game titles. Click here for his personal blog.



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