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Canadian tech retail staple Future Shop turns 30 today. The company wanted to take Canadians back into the past to relive some of the 80's, 90's, and 2000s. Exhibit A is a flyer from exactly 30 years ago in 1982. That year, Future Shop was named retailer of the year. The retailer was selling Commodore computers for $359 and a Ms. Pac-Man game for Atari for $39. You could also buy a 16-inch TV—in colour, no less—for $499.