In-Store Video Game Displays!
Today, those in-store video game displays have not changed much. They're still set up prominently in the middle of the video game section at most electronics stores, or stores like Wal-Mart and Target. They still have those rigid plastic things connected to the controllers to keep people form walking off with them, and they still mount the displays way too high so you have to crane your neck up to play. I suspect this is intentional, so that you can't stand there playing all day long once the neck strain becomes too intense.
They're still a great way to kill time while shopping. If you're shopping with someone else and they're taking their time looking for whatever it is they're shopping for, why not head on over to the electronics department and play a bit of Xbox, in just the same way you would have played the SNES 20 years ago.
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