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1. Posted: Thu 10th Sep 2009 20:30 BST
Hey! i'm not only a player of videogames, but also a collector. my goal is to have the "definitive" collection of games for each system i own, including ALL of the best and brightest titles for every genre and sub-genre represented on the systems i own. right now i am trying to finish up my gamecube collection after all these years, and i'm getting close. i've got almost 60 GC games in my library and am looking for a handful more. if anyone out there is looking to sell any old gamecube games, give me a list of ones you'd be willing to part with, and i'll let you know if i need it. and i'll definitely give you considerably more than gamestop. please help me reach my goal on this system before i move onto the Wii!
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2. Posted: Thu 10th Sep 2009 21:11 BST
I think that the GC library is a bit more than just 60 games plus a handful more.Anyways, think the most effective way for you to do this is to look on Ebay or similar sites. A lot of people sell bundles which can save you a lot of money. When you buy the bundles you might end up with some copies that you already have. Those copies you simply sell on Ebay again to raise some more money in order to buy new games.
This would be the fastest and cheapest way I believe. Anyways, good luck!
3. Posted: Thu 10th Sep 2009 21:40 BST
yeah, it's alot more than 60+... but i don't want the crap. just the top titles. nothing i would rate below a 75... and that 75-80 range is iffy. only if i particularly like something about it (say, it's an X-Men game, because i'm a big fan), or there are few good titles in that genre. but other than that, it's got to score a B or above to make my list. part of the reason is so i can compile the games and my friends can look at them and say, "Wow. the gamecube may not have been such a bad system afterall..." and part of the reason is just i love games. but yeah... ebay may be the best idea... just don't like ebay.
4. Posted: Thu 10th Sep 2009 21:45 BST
Try amazon or your local game shop.
Edited on Thu 10th September, 2009 @ 21:45 by Chrono_Cross
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5. Posted: Thu 10th Sep 2009 22:42 BST
only one of the 5 gamestops i have easy access to still has games i need, or even carries gamecube games at all... but amazon is also a good idea to get them used and just the ones i want.