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ReGen is bringing retro video games to Towson Town Center

A curator of classic video game culture is moving to a larger space.

ReGen. (Courtesy photo)

ReGen, which specializes in buying and selling retro and current video games, consoles, and accessories, today announced it will be moving from its location in White Marsh Mall to a larger space in Towson Town Center.

Despite retail’s downturn during the pandemic, ReGen thrived due to online sales and an increased interest in video games while consumers were stuck at home, according to its owners. The store decided to move to the new space in Towson because of a loss of foot traffic at White Marsh.

“White Marsh has been a great home to us for many years,” said ReGen co-owner Kat Huffman. “It’s where we got our start and where most people got to know us, but we’re confident that this move will mean continued growth for us and a better experience for our customers.”

ReGen’s new location in Towson Town Center will be on the lowest floor directly next to Round 1, an arcade that features non-domestic games. Together the two businesses hope to be the start of a video game district and celebrate the video game community.

The grand opening for ReGen at Towson Town Center is expected in mid-July.

Donte Kirby is a 2020-2022 corps member for Report for America, an initiative of The Groundtruth Project that pairs young journalists with local newsrooms. This position is supported by the Robert W. Deutsch Foundation.

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