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1. Posted: Wed 28th Oct 2009 00:09 GMT
Do you keep your discs in good condition? Or no matter how hard you try your games always have scratches on them and they get all messed up? Just wondering
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2. Posted: Wed 28th Oct 2009 00:13 GMT
My discs are all in pretty good condition, no smudges or anything. Sometimes they get a little dusty, though, in which case I clean them with a soft cloth. No big deal. :3
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3. Posted: Wed 28th Oct 2009 01:39 GMT
When I was younger, and me and my three brothers all wanted to play the gamecube, the discs would naturally be ruined. this combined with a dirty lens made Paper Mario 2 completely unplayable.
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4. Posted: Wed 28th Oct 2009 01:40 GMT
Is it bad that I use them as coasters?
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5. Posted: Wed 28th Oct 2009 01:44 GMT
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6. Posted: Wed 28th Oct 2009 01:44 GMT
@JR - Dunno, not that familiar with the coaster which you are referring to.
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7. Posted: Wed 28th Oct 2009 01:50 GMT
Every one of them that I bought still look the same as the first time I opened the package. The ones I have that I bought used, are kind of scratched, but in overall good condition.
Edited on Wed 28th October, 2009 @ 01:58 by Toddr
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8. Posted: Wed 28th Oct 2009 01:55 GMT
@Starboy - Coasters, those things you put your drinks on to prevent water stains on your coffe table.
@StarKilla - You use boring old coasters? It's geek chic to use old video games as coasters. If you really want to play them again you can buff them out.
9. Posted: Wed 28th Oct 2009 01:57 GMT
If I buy them new they are clean and scratch free. I used to let friends borrow them but I would always get them back with scratches. So I do not let people borrow my games any longer. If I buy them used dirt cheap on eBay or Amazon it depends on if the seller tells the truth about the condition. I am pretty obsessed with keeping things in the condition they was when I got em.
10. Posted: Wed 28th Oct 2009 02:01 GMT
@JR - Oh.
11. Posted: Wed 28th Oct 2009 02:21 GMT
None of my disks have any smudges or scratches what so ever. I take good care of my stuff(unlike a lot of other people), so they all look like they were bought only yesterday.
Edited on Wed 28th October, 2009 @ 02:23 by Link-Hero
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12. Posted: Wed 28th Oct 2009 12:56 GMT
The games I play are smudge and scratch free.
The games my kids play are tore the hell up.
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