Residents received sad news from a West Alabama store Thursday afternoon.

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Replays in Northport announced they will be closing after nearly two decades of operation.

In a Facebook post, Replays of Northport says the decision was difficult and that the "evolution of digital games and movies, along with increased operating costs, have made operations very difficult the last few years."

The store is known for selling both new and used video games, game consoles and accessories, and DVDs.

Replays will be holding a liquidation sale with items ranging from 25%-50% off. The sale does not include collectible games.

Store owners have yet to announce a closing date for the store and will continue to honor all store credit and gift cards until the upcoming closing date.

 

 

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