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41. Posted: Wed 14th May 2014 04:15 BST
I lost my copy of Sonic Advance 2 in my family's couch the first day I got it. I never found it.
I accidentally left my GBA with Sonic Advance 3 in it in a cab once. Never got them back.
I accidentally left my Nintendo DS Lite with the original Mario & Sonic at the Olympic Games inside in a resort room once. When I went back to look for it, I couldn't find it. My mom could not find it either.
I got a Game Boy Color, once. It had Pokemon TGC in it. I lost it within the first week.
My Nintendo GameCube, memory cards, and my huge collection of games for it was left in our car. The car got towed, and we never saw it or the GameCube, memory cards and games inside ever again.
My PS2, memory cards, and huge collection of games for it was pawned by my mom at a pawn shop. We never saw the PS2, memory cards, or the games again.
I had a GBA and GBA SP. I don't remember what happened to them, but they are gone now, along with the games.
I got another DS Lite, but I don't remember what happened to it. I still had the games.
Eventually, I had gotten another DS (this time, a regular model). Around the same time, I also got my first Wii console, something I had been wanting for a very long time.
I eventually got a Nintendo 3DS, along with Pokemon White.
When my mom and I shared a house with her "friend" for a while, her "friend" ended up locking us out, and my DS and most of my regular DS games were inside, along with the box for my 3DS, the 3DS's instruction manual, and the AR Cards. Luckily, I still had the 3DS and some of my DS games in my backpack with me. (I had no 3DS games at the time.) However, one of the games that was left in was my copy of Pokemon White with Victini on it. It kills me to this day that I lost that.
I had my first Wii stolen, along with a few games. I got it replaced not too long afterwards.
I accidentally left a couple of Wii and DS games at a house I stayed at for a little while, along with the cases for a few of my DS and 3DS games. Never saw them again.
I am currently waiting for my Nintendo 3DS to return from repair. I don't know if I'll still have the ambassador games or not, but I should be able to redownload all the games I purchased. Sucks that the save data is likely gonna be gone, though.
Right now, all I have is a Wii, some Wii games, and some Nintendo DS and 3DS games.
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42. Posted: Wed 14th May 2014 07:52 BST
I've lost Mario Kart Double Dash as well as Super Smash Bros Melee... they have been gone for years and I have completely cleared out the only room they'd be in and found nothing, so I just have to accept those as doomed to an eternal void. I've also lost a few GameBoy/GBA games (mainly Pokemon), as well as a PS1 and a GameBoy.
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43. Posted: Wed 14th May 2014 09:45 BST
I had DS games that I had kept in a little plastic case fall out of my car when I was getting out of the backseat. The games were Mario Kart DS, Brain age, Game and Watch Collection, and Pokemon Soul Silver. Amazingly, some guy that was about my age found my games, and was able to read my signature off of my Pokemon trainer's card. He contacted me through Facebook and returned me my games after a year of being lost. I'm still amazed by the fact that all my save data was intact (especially all of my Pokemon), it was a year since I last saw the games, and he was about 16 and didn't accept the reward I offered him.
Edited on Wed 14th May, 2014 @ 09:47 by Shadow_Chad6982
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