[typing] Greetings. Seeing as I just did a video on PC games and boxes and stuff, and small boxes, I figured I may as well just kind of show the state of affairs of PC games at retail in America at the moment, and I haven’t been in a Walmart in a while to check out their PC game section, but since I talked about them in that video, I figured why not? Somehow the Battle Chest for Diablo is still being sold, Diablo II. Ah, I think that’s great. But This? Space Engineers? This is an Early Access game; it even says so right there. How is this being sold in a store, and why? I had no idea that Roller Coaster Tycoon World got a physical release, and it’s $39, too, which is 5 bucks more than it is on Steam. Doesn’t look like the Deluxe Edition, which is 39 on Steam. Crapload of Sims games, they’re still selling the Sims 3 expansions here; places like Best Buy and Target have stopped selling those, last I checked. Eh Sims 4 packs, there’s no discs in them. There haven’t been in a long time. Didn’t know SUPERHOT had a physical release either; I’d like to get that. Like, I’m never gonna pay the full price for these, ’cause I mean I own like all this stuff already on Steam, digitally. They do still sell these jewel case ones, which is interesting. A lot of stores have stopped carrying them entirely. Most of them are just these sort of hidden object games, although I do see this. That’s intriguing, no idea this had a physical release at all. Again, I have it on steam, I don’t need it, but… Wow, what the heck? Spintires got a physical release. That is cool! It’s on clearance, too; I don’t know how much. I’m gonna get that. And, yeah, the rest of it, there’s just your kinda standard there’s some Guild Wars Slots things Heroes of the Storm, that makes sense These others make sense, you know? Battlefield, Call of Duty, whatever. Civ Starcraft I’m just really shocked at Space Engineers… I’m gonna get it; that’s so strange. Eh, why not check out Sam’s Club while I’m out in this area. If you’re not familiar, it’s owned by the same company as Walmart, but the PC game section is a absolute shell of what it used to be back in the day. I mean, this is it. You get, like, these. [laughs] So, it’s interesting, there’s still bigger boxes than what I saw at Walmart, so, instead of just being little jewel case releases, a lot of them are in here, although I recognize that one being in a DVD case. But yeah, a lot of other stores would just have these in those little jewel case things in a sleeve. I always wanted to get an “open” sign for some reason. As for console games, it’s even more ridiculous. It’s— They don’t even have them on display. You just get a piece of cardboard, and then you take it up to wherever up front and they’ll get you the game out of storage somewhere to prevent theft, and they’ve done that here for a long time. Back in the ’90s and early 2000s, it was these kind of shelves that they just stuck all the big-box PC games on, and you can see from the height it would make sense they would just line them up in boxes very much like this and they were just in a row. So they just filled up all that space with those large boxes. I miss that. None of this is really surprising at all if you’ve been to retail stores in the US in years now, but I thought it would just be sort of interesting to see what the state of things is after that video reminiscing about Sam’s Club and Walmart stores and Costco, and big box PC releases in the mid- to early 2000s. Uh, yeah. There’s a lot of crap in here that I don’t need. Thanks for watching!