If you're too old to learn games like Counter-Strike, you're in luck: History, apparently, is repeating itself. In 1984, the video-game market imploded. It did it again in 1994. Next year, when all you see at Best Buy is Pirates of the Caribbean, a game for Xbox, you'll understand what makes Matt's so great. It's a modest storefront in a tiny mini-mall, but game cartridges are small and there are terabytes of selection here. Trade in that Xbox and the twenty boring, pointless games you bought for a Nintendo Entertainment System and stock up on your old favorites. With fresh, certified working copies of Metroid, Super Mario Brothers, and Contra on your screen, 3-D just won't seem so terrific any more. Collectors will find this place a boon after noticing the shelves of Atari and Odyssey cartridges. If you time it right, you may find a working Sega Saturn with a copy of Shining Force 3. Matt's is the sort of place you'll want to sneak out of work early to go to, since the inventory changes daily. Open every day.