This handy repository of all things good- back in the 80's/ early 90s they rented video tapes and sold you the toys - Transformers, Ninja Turtles you saw on the tapes, is a Liberty Plaza classic. While you may not want those Turtles as much anymore or need to rent videos these days their mainline has always been electronic paraphernalia - cameras, blenders, phones, electric razors, memory sticks, etc and for such gadgetry this is still a good place to come.
For a small shop they stock a large range of brands - from Phillips and Apple to Playstation, Lego and Matchbox. It's really crammed with a lot of useful and useless but tempting and reasonably priced stuff. I found the selection of board games rather interesting but there are much more technical toys in stock- headphones, lenses, the latest hair straighteners, piles of Xbox and PS3 games. The selection is vast but, I think, generally more reliable than at some of the smaller more fly by night operations that stock broadly the same. The chances your swanky looking headphones will be silent within a week are pretty low. They operate a pretty professional warantee/guarantee system.
Nastars has been around since atleast the mid 80s selling much the same sort of stuff so they must be doing something right. While the store is a classic they've also kept pace with modernity and now even seem to run a functional online store... So for your gaming, electronics and domestic appliance needs this is a good place to try - and for many of us any visit will also feature a free trip down memory lane.