E3 - Electronic Exchange, Bury St. Edmunds
E3 - Electronic Exchange
Situated down one of the most historical streets in Bury St. Edmunds, Electronic Entertainment Exchange (E3) is an independently run store that was established in 2009, started by four friends who together wanted to bring people affordable and great values during the hard times of recession.
E3 has a variety of items offered within the store!
If you want a cheap film to watch of an evening or a film you've been searching for for a while then we've got a vast variety of DVD's and Blu-Rays for you! If music is your thing and want something to listen to in the car or home, maybe burn it onto your computer then our music section is one to be looked at!
Retro Gaming... Wanting to relive your childhood? Want to play games your parents did? Or just simply a fan of games then E3 is the place for you! The only store in Bury St. Edmunds that stocks such memorable games and consoles from previous generations. NES, SNES, N64, Gamecube, Mega Drive, Master System, Saturn, Dreamcast, Neo-Geo, Original X-Box, Playstation 1 and 2 to name a few! We also have a selection of PC games too (recommended to know you computers specifications)
We also have current gen consoles ranging from the handheld consoles in Nintendo DS, Nintendo 3DS, Playstation Portable and Playstation Vita, we also have X-Box 360, Playstation 3, Wii, Wii-U and upon release we'll have the newer consoles and games too!
E3 doesn't just sell, we also trade! If you have got piles of DVD's just collecting dust, CD's or Games both current & retro or even if you've completed games and wanting a new challenge, pop into store with your items and we'll value it up for!
We have got other items within store too, iPod, Game Accessories (such as extra controllers, Wires and memory cards) cameras, blu-ray players and more!
Our team at E3 are happy to help!
Escape your world and enter ours!
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