About Media Mania
Local Record Store in Stockbridge, GA
Hours of OperationMonday: 11:00 AM - 9:00 PM
Tuesday: 11:00 AM - 9:00 PM
Wednesday: 11:00 AM - 9:00 PM
Thursday: 11:00 AM - 9:00 PM
Friday: 11:00 AM - 9:00 PM
Saturday: 11:00 AM - 9:00 PM
Sunday: 12:00 PM - 6:00 PM
Reviews of Media Mania in Stockbridge, GA
Wonderful store. First visited during the Pandemic of March 2020 and they were a life-saver for entertainment. Their new release rentals were also great with more independent film options. Love going here for all my retro and current gaming needs as well. New location has much more space and categorized well. Always shop and support local!
Easily the best collection of retro games in GA. I was shocked to see multiple copies of Def Jam 2, FE: Path of Radiance, Drakengard etc. A ton of unique imports too. Fair pricing, so fair that I overspent just a bit.
My girlfriend and I shopped at this establishment for the first time during RSD. I purchased a copy of Led Zeppelin II which was labeled on the sleeve as a 1969 pressing. I asked, who I assumed was the owner, if the year on the label is the year that it was pressed. I was told, yes. I made a selection of albums and took them up to the front counter to inspect. I looked at the condition of the records along with matrix numbers. I ended up purchasing both Led Zeppelin II and Rumors. The next day when I went to input my purchases into Discogs, I discovered that the Led Zeppelin II album was not a 1969 pressing as advertised, but a 1977 repress. I contacted the store to tell them that they had mislabeled their product and asked if I could get either a refund or an exchange. I was denied both. I was told in the email that it was my job to inspect the records before I purchase them to make sure that I am happy with the albums that I am purchasing even though it is the job of the store to label their product correctly. For a record store that holds themselves to a higher standard I would expect that they would be able to label their product correctly and be willing to work with customers when the store makes a mistake on their end. On top of all of this, both my girlfriend and I were treated incredibly rudely by the owner who acted as if we were inconveniencing him while I inspected the records, even though there are signs posted every few feet that stated that all records must be taken to the front of the store to be inspected. He also gave both of us nasty looks the entire time we were inside of the store. He not only did this to just us, but to other customers that walked in as well. The other employee, however, was incredibly kind and was very welcoming to us. This has been the worst record store interaction and experience I have ever had and needless to say neither my girlfriend or I will ever be returning again.
My buddy and I went to check this place out. We like to search for awesome retro games. The prices were extremely overpriced on video games. I don’t know what they use to price them out, but almost all the games they had I’ve seen for way way lower at other stores everywhere, and even recently. We were planning on buying a couple of things here and there if they were say 20 or even 30 more dollars of what items we’ve seen in the past. But no, this place had items hundreds more. I’d love to give them my business, but they’re asking too much. Way way too much. For example, they had a loose copy of Luigi’s Mansion for the Gamecube outside of the case for $90… For most places I’ve seen that sell it loose, it’ll usually go for 50-60. And $30 for N64 reproduction cartridges? Unless you they do them themselves, I think that’s also kinda nuts.