Wednesday, July 20, 2011

40K Gaming In Atlanta?

by SandWyrm


Howdy Y'all!

It looks like I might be spending some time down in Atlanta soon for business. So let me ask this of our readers: What's the best/most competitive game store or stores down there?

7 comments:

  1. Atlanta has a few different stores I think around the area and just outside of town. If you can, make the drive up to Murfreesboro,TN and come throw some dice at Grand Adventures!

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  2. I don't know about Atlanta, myself, but I know a guy who lived there, so I'll ask him for you. However, if you're coming down this way, I know you can stop in and hang with me and my buds in Charlotte, NC, for a bit or there's a good place in Greenville, SC (2 1/2 hours from Atlanta).

    I you're interested in any of that, you can always shoot me an email. I'll make sure to find out what I can about Atlanta from you if I can find the guy I know who lived there.

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  3. Gigabytes Cafe is like 15min north of Atlanta proper in Marietta GA. They ROCK! It's like a reformed cyber cafe, so they have plenty of tables and a legit food menu. I was just there for a tourney this past weekend. They have a website too...don't know the link off the top of my head but if you google Gigabytes Cafe it'll pop up

    If you ever feel like heading south of ATL, there's a big scene in Columbus...our gaming group has like 20 players and a couple of the guys in the "road crew" (i.e. we travel for tournies) have some nice tables in their homes.

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  4. My brother in-law lives in Greenville. It had a nice store as I remember (Borderlands?). They were very heavy into Flames of War.

    I saw Gigabytes pop up on my search, but I didn't know they had game tables too. Nice.

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  5. I just moved to Chattanooga, but had some job training down in Atlanta in February. Unfortunately the game stores I called closed around 6pm-7pm during the week. Be sure you check their hours.

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  6. http://www.myphoenixgames.com/

    in August they will be in a 2 story location with dozens of tables. This is in the NE suburbs of Atlanta (Buford in Gwinett County.) great late night hours, friendly staff, A++. Tourneys are supposed to gear up once in their new spot.

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  7. http://www.thetowergamecenter.com/ is over in Lawernceville (also in Gwinett county) they have board and card games as well as Mini games. About a dozen tables IIRC. I also go to HobbyTown USA in Kennesaw woch is great if you want supplies other than GW/PP/Etc.

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