PS5 vs GameCube: As newer gaming systems become harder to find, US stores find success in retro gaming

The average price for a retro video game has increased 33% from the start of the Covid-19 pandemic, a study suggested in April. — Photo by Lorenzo Herrera on Unsplash

Video game consoles fill the shelves at StateLine Video Games. But a PlayStation 5 isn’t among them.

Owner Frank Bond did come across a PlayStation 5 recently but that’s a rarity, the Holyoke video game store owner said.

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