GAF user Feep popped into his local GameStop the other day. Shit had changed. Gone was the usual late-90s decor and oppressive smell of plastic and musk. In was a brighter future.
This pic shows the GameStop in Gainesville, Florida. As you can see, it's huge. As you can see, it's spacious. And as you can see, it has touch-screen displays (allowing you to check stock levels yourself), demo pods, two separate counters and a freakin' timber floor inlay.
Apparently this is a "prototype" store, a test-run of the GameStop of the future. Looks good! Now all we need is an overhaul of most (not all, most) of the chain's staff, and we're all set.