What started as a humble Cleveland shop where customers could swap records has grown into a national chain of 29 stores in three states and Washington, D.C. The company has furthered its spectacular growth by adding video games to its list of wares and is now the premier place to find gently used games. The expansive selection includes the hits from all three major home consoles and Gameboy, as well as old-school classics from the era of the original NES. The longer products sit on the shelf, the lower prices drop, so patient gamers will find that there are bargains to be had. And when they're done with their games, they can sell them back and buy new ones. It's the geek version of recycling.