It’s certainly not the least corporate place to buy games, but GameStop stands as one of the few brick-and-mortar game stores still in business. It carries all the current-generation consoles and games at standard prices. GameStop also sells and buys used games and systems, and stocks stuff from consoles as far back in the generations as the GameCube and PlayStation 2. The PC games section isn't anything special, but that’s what Steam is for. If you’re the type who enjoys pre-ordering games, this is a great place to do it. You’ll also find the newest copy of locally-produced Game Informer (who’s owned by GameStop) in stock for glossy screenshots of upcoming games and mostly-unbiased game reviews.