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21. Posted: Sun 17th May 2009 07:00 BST
let's see, wii($250) ps3($600) 360($400) psp($200) ds phat($150) ds lite($130) dsi($170) wii retail games(about $1,200) wii shop games(about $600). Total($3,700)Thats just in the past couple years so im gonna take a stab at life time money spent and say $7,000. I think i need to curb my spending
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22. Posted: Sun 17th May 2009 07:07 BST
wii, 360, dreamcast, ps2, psp, ps1, gamecube, SNES, NES GENESIS, GB, GBA, GBA sp, DS, DS lite, DSi, And all the games for each system, its....mindbogglingly obscene. Im guessing somewhere in the 5 digit range...Now I know why Im poor most of the time. lol
Edited on Sun 17th May, 2009 @ 07:08 by jangonov
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23. Posted: Sun 17th May 2009 09:18 BST
Actually it was about three thousand for this generation. I didn't start purchasing until N64 came around. Then it was PS2, Gamecube, Gameboy Color/SP/Advance, before this generation. Before our town (entire US) was taken over by Gamestop we had Game Crazy, and I made a "few" NES, Gameboy, Genesis purchases as well. My total is probably close to the 5 digits.
Edited on Sun 17th May, 2009 @ 09:19 by Bendover83
24. Posted: Sun 17th May 2009 09:41 BST
Let me just add this up...I had a 64 and a Game Boy, skipped the last gen completely, then went onto a DS and a Wii. I would have spent about $100 on the Game Boy (I was younger then so most of my games were gifts), maybe $150 on the 64, $200 for the DS and $350 for games (including GBA), and about $1000 for Wii and Games. So all up AU$1650 for 8 GBA games, 10 DS games, 10 Wii games, 3 Game Cube games, 7 64 games and about 5 or 6 Game Boy Colour games - Keeping in mind that the majority of the 64 and GBC games presents. Anyway, if I paid full retail for my games, It'd probably be closer to $3000, but for example I picked up Pokemon Platinum new yesterday for $20 Aussie (it's been out here since Thursday), and I got Mario Kart and Z&W week 1 for AU$50 each, and I picked up TWEWY new and legit for AU$30. I find the best way to get them is by buying online (watch out for bootlegs though) or taking advantage of the JB HiFi 2 for 1 deals. The devs get the same amount of money regardless.
25. Posted: Sun 17th May 2009 10:42 BST
26. Posted: Sun 17th May 2009 11:00 BST
Oh, a couple of weeks ago at Kmart they had a clearance sale where they were selling games for $10. Picked up 2 of them, brought them into JB Hi-Fi yesterday and asked for the 2-for-1 deal. Cha-Ching! Anyway, the Kmart sale isn't on anymore but Toys R Us have some $20 ones. What I did is called "trade baiting" and I use it to get games that are worth more when i sell them in 2 years time.BTW: http://www.ecogamer.com/ has good deals and is an Aussie site, but it won't be updated for the next 3 or 4 days because the site is being re-done. BTW: I stumbled across Elite Beat Agents for $16 in Target earlier on this year. =þ
Edited on Sun 17th May, 2009 @ 11:01 by Esposch
27. Posted: Tue 19th May 2009 17:26 BST
I'd rather not think about it, but I've spent more on the Wii than probably all previous console systems I've owned combined.
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28. Posted: Tue 25th Aug 2009 04:03 BST
I had the sudden urge to revive a topic... Now that I think about it... I've NEVER bought a video game console EVER! (Ahh...when you're still "young" enough for Christmas! )However, after looking at my DS collection alone, I can see around $600 bucks being dropped (Bear in mind, this is over a span of a few years, and I don't have a job... ).
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Edited on Tue 25th August, 2009 @ 04:10 by BleachFan
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29. Posted: Tue 25th Aug 2009 05:54 BST
Just games? Probably about 1500 bucks. Throw in consoles and I guess that comes to about 2000. Since my parents bought about %10 of my games, and one of my consoles (the N64) that takes away a good chunk of money.
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30. Posted: Tue 25th Aug 2009 06:01 BST
I lost count after $10
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