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1. Posted: Sun 6th Sep 2009 02:32 BST
I just got a turbografx 16, and I'm wanting to get some games for it. Is there any websites that sell them at a decent price?
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2. Posted: Sun 6th Sep 2009 03:23 BST
3. Posted: Sun 6th Sep 2009 15:07 BST
Only if you have a Wii, then you can get them out of the Virtual Console.
4. Posted: Sun 6th Sep 2009 15:11 BST
Cool. Yeah if you go over to eBay.com or Amazon.com(click on see all platforms options). I did a quick search right quick to make sure they had TG16 games on there. Well good luck with your search and I hope you enjoy your new system.
5. Posted: Sun 6th Sep 2009 15:11 BST
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6. Posted: Sun 6th Sep 2009 15:12 BST
Ebay, for high prices, I don't think I've ever even seen a TG16 is a used video game shop!
7. Posted: Mon 7th Sep 2009 09:11 BST
My local game shop has a copy of Ninja Spirit in.
But yeah, Ebay is really your best bet for the Turbografx. The games didn't sell enough in the US for you to be able to just walk into a store and pick from a vast library.
8. Posted: Mon 7th Sep 2009 19:47 BST
Well, thanks everyone. I think Amazon is the only place I'll be able to get them from since my parents don't use ebay. Now I just need a power cable and a controller.
9. Posted: Tue 8th Sep 2009 00:57 BST
How about Play-N-Trade? They seem to "specialize" in older/harder-to-get games and hardware. They're kind sparse though. Only two of them around where I live, and it's a major city.
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10. Posted: Tue 8th Sep 2009 23:39 BST
eBay, definitely! As long as those titles you're looking for aren't already on the VC. Not sure if it's possible to import without a cable, but I think it's feasible.
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