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1. Posted: Sat 2nd Mar 2013 16:32 GMT
Trying to pick a some games I never had a chance to try.
2. Posted: Sat 2nd Mar 2013 17:00 GMT
I don't know, Amazon usually has some cheap games, especially Amazon.com.
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3. Posted: Sat 2nd Mar 2013 22:11 GMT
I'd say ebay can be good, but only if you know how to watch out for bootleg sellers.
4. Posted: Sat 2nd Mar 2013 23:24 GMT
I usually go to Half.com which is by eBay so you can make 1 account for both sites.
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5. Posted: Fri 8th Mar 2013 12:17 GMT
I get almost all of my games from Amazon. The prices are usually very good.
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6. Posted: Mon 11th Mar 2013 23:47 GMT
I usually import via ebay.
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7. Posted: Wed 13th Mar 2013 18:48 GMT
Amazon and eBay are good for me. I've slowly been building a collection of the games I played a few years back.
On a related note, where is the best place to pick up Saga 2 and 3 for DS? Most places are selling it for about £40, which is a little much, and I have little hope of a 3DS eShop release for any of the FFLegends games.
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8. Posted: Sun 28th Apr 2013 04:41 BST
Amazon has worked well for me, especially with used games. I don't buy at Gamestop anymore because no cases and they slap their ugly stickers all over everything, including right on the game cartridge. Blech.
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9. Posted: Sun 28th Apr 2013 04:55 BST
Amazon all the way!
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10. Posted: Sun 28th Apr 2013 05:04 BST
Amazon all around. Thats where I go for my DS games since I missed alot during the DS life span.
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11. Posted: Fri 7th Mar 2014 04:44 GMT
Like everyone else said, Amazon and Ebay are the places to go. Amazon sells new ones for cheap, while Ebay does the same, you'll mostly find them expensive when new and when used they'll mostly be cartridge only, which means there might be a chance those games are bootlegs. I only buy them when they're in "complete" condition if buying new is expensive.
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12. Posted: Fri 7th Mar 2014 06:00 GMT
I've had good luck on eBay, but recently I seem to sell more on eBay than I buy. I just sold my Club Nintendo Game & Watch Collection, and the DS Lite Internet Browser. And since I upgraded to a 3DS, I'm currently selling my Mario Kart DS.
I actually bough my 3DS XL on eBay from Toys R Us, they have good deals on eBay quite often.