In my last post I exposed GameStop’s wish list lies. Now it’s time to fix GameStop.com, so let me outline my proposal step-by-step — yet first, I’ll fix those stupid mismatching icons:
There. That took me five damn minutes, GameStop. I would be pleased to send you those graphics if you’d like. Okay, so now to fix the real problems. The cornerstone of any relationship is honesty, & we can improve that in a few ways:
This menu bar could use a few changes:
No need to alter the company tagline, just add a couple quotes:
They literally list some games with the normal retail price on their deals page, so:
Let’s fix that “hot item” text I hated so much in my last post, & the pop-up text:
Actually, I don’t think quotes are enough to fix that pop-up text. We’ll re-write it in a minute.
A lot of people don’t consider an open box to equal new, so a quick warning:
Why does anyone buy downloadable games & DLC at GameStop?
You’ll spend more on gas driving to GameStop than you’ll obtain in store credit:
There’s still a lot to be done to fix your reputation, yet that’s a pretty satisfactory start, & I think we have a bright future ahead of us. Just stop asking me to pre-order every game.
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