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Odnetnin

41. Posted:

rudydog13 wrote:

@Oddy Nice. Sell Scribblenauts and gain Scribblenauts avatar.

Heh.

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42. Posted:

Luckily, I still have all my DS games, even though I am very clumsy I have been taking good care of them.... Unlike my GBC and GBA games.

I would never sell any of these, my parents paid a lot for them.

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43. Posted:

Wheels2050 wrote:

While I know the reason that people might sell a game (or even just throw away all but the cd/cartridge), I don't understand how they can do so, simply because I attach a non-monetary value to my belongings.

0_o
So more than just games?
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I sold...
Final Fantasy 3: Died too many times and didn't find it to be a good enough RPG to spend a lot of time leveling up
NSMB: Beat it 5 or 6 times and it collected dust after that
Pokemon Diamond: See above
Animal Crossing WW: It was a little psycho to have this one laying around after all those years. I didn't want to pull weeds.
Zelda Phantom Hourglass: I'm not great at overhead-view style Zeldas and I thought it was hard. :X
Sims, The Urbs: Do I have to say it? Dumb impulse buy. I had fun with it for a few days though, believe it or not. Nice Sims spin-off with rushed development and bad mini-games as jobs.
The first Wario Ware on DS (name?): Completed it 3 times.

My brother, who was a jerk about this when I accused him, borrowed lost and forgot about these games: Super Mario 64 DS (remake of my favorite childhood game of all time :( ), Tetris DS, and N+

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Wheels2050

44. Posted:

ATDI wrote:

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So more than just games?
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It does get mentioned often. By my wife, parents, friends...

When my wife and I moved house, all of 'her' stuff would have come to about 6 or 7 boxes. Mine was more like 30...

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45. Posted:

For me the worst DS game I played was Ultimate Spiderman, The game was simply too easy, there was no difficulty settings, the PC version is infinitely better and the game doesn't have free roaming like the PC version. Basically it was your average sidescroller, however it was my first DS game so it gets off at that, but it made a mark for me in the future not to buy garbage shovelware titles for the DS and to this day I've only spent my money on the good first party and third party games that have been released on the DS. Plus to add to that I really only delve these days back into the DS for RPGS, since the 3DS doesn't have to many out or in the pipeline at this present time)

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AutumnShantel

46. Posted:

Let's see...
Phantom Hourglass, I beat it and gave it to my little brother.
Pokemon Mystery Dungeon: Explorers of Time, I gave it to a kid I race with because he liked it and I'd bought Explorers of Sky when it came out.
Rocket Slime, gave it to my little brother because I didn't like it.
Pokemon Platinum. Biggest mistake ever. Gave it to a friend of my brother's because my ex-boyfriend gave it to me. Now I don't care who gave it to me, I wanna play it again... lol I play Soulsilver and White, but still miss Pt.

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47. Posted:

AutumnShantel wrote:

Rocket Slime, gave it to my little brother because I didn't like it.

what? :(

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48. Posted:

Nick-Clegg wrote:

Infinite Space.SO....DAM...HARD!

That terrible game was hard for all the wrong reasons.


I understand where bboy and Wheels2050 are coming from. I'll often reminisce about great games I played in the past and often when listening to VGMs, the memories come flooding back. Many of my games hold sentimental value too, especially Tales of Symphonia and Tales of the Abyss. I could never sell those games, even if there are superior remakes in years to come that I end up buying.

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Bulbousaur

49. Posted:

I've soled Mario Kart DS and New Super mario Bros, simply because I have completed them 100% from scratch so many times, and they just became so eay for me. I also don't own the original Pokemon Ranger anymore because I lost it. I just didn't like Spirit Tracks at all after about 7 hours of gameplay, so I just traded it in. I also sold Super Mario 64 DS, because I found the original to me miles better, but then my friend bought it for me for my birthday after I got a 3DS, which makes the game much better to play with the Circle Pad (but why must I HOLD A BUTTON to run?!?)

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50. Posted:

I also had Explorers of Sky, but i just didn't like it at all, the difficulty was just way too high compared to Explorers of Time and Darkness.

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51. Posted:

bulby1994 wrote:

which makes the game much better to play with the Circle Pad (but why must I HOLD A BUTTON to run?!?)

I'd guess because the Circle Pad is still functioning as the D-Pad. On Super Mario 64 DS, you either used the touch screen as a fake Control Stick (that reset the neutral position every time you removed your finger), or the D-Pad which works on a digital scale (you're pressing it or you're not).

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JohnDoe123

52. Posted:

The only reason I haven't sold some of my bad games is because I don't know where to sell them. I mean, they're pretty bad and no one wants them, so would anyone actually buy them?

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Hokori

53. Posted:

Brain age, big brain academy, Nintendogs, because I don't like thinking games
Also........TWEWY, because...... The girl I liked, wanted it so I gave it to her for her birthday

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54. Posted:

EmpireIndustries wrote:

The only reason I haven't sold some of my bad games is because I don't know where to sell them. I mean, they're pretty bad and no one wants them, so would anyone actually buy them?

If they're spectacularly bad, wait about 10 years and see if there are collectors who will want them. :D

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mamp

55. Posted:

My whole DS collection which consisted of about the 40 greatest games on the DS. Got rid of them because I have a 3DS now and I had already beaten those games (some multiple times) and I needed money and Gamestop was having a special, got about $400 something

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56. Posted:

Dark_Oddy_Rises wrote:

Depressing thread.

And that's saying something... His parents are DEAD!!!

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Jax

57. Posted:

I think the only DS game I've sold was Golden Sun: Dark Dawn. I beat it, was happy with what I had gotten out of the game and traded it towards Dragon Quest VI. Now instead of Golden Sun on my shelf I have a plush slime, which was the pre-order bonus. Kind of silly, but also awesome in a geek way. :)

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58. Posted:

Sim City Creator (Played one,and found it boring)
Golden Compass (A really bad Movie Tie in)
Broken Sword (Didn't like it in the first place BTTF is far better)

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Odnetnin

59. Posted:

Mickeymac wrote:

Oddy wrote:

  • Phantasy Star 0 (one of the worst games ever, right up there with Scribblenauts)

Oh c'mon, at least Phantasy Star 0 isn't completely broken. That'd be like me comparing Star Ocean 3 to Superman 64. No matter how much I hate it, that comparison just won't work.

For some reason I didn't see this until now, but yeah that was a bad comparison. Come to think of it, I don't even hate Scribblenauts as much as my post made it sound. Maybe I was just angry that day or something, lol.

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Joygame51

60. Posted:

I have traded more NINTENDO products in my LONG gamelife, then I care to remember some of which I have rebought ... Silly me. BUT a good game is Just a good game and sometimes one does not know how much "crap " is out there, thinking its better then the decent stuff you have played already.... some games however just do not make it to the "I'm gonna want to play this again" title file either .

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