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Topic: Should I Buy New Games or Old Games

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Supermarioman

I'm a fan of the new and the old, I like almost any game, but Christmas season is my time to have money, about $120 of more. Should I buy older games for systems like the SNES, N64, Genesis, PSOne, and the general run of the mill games on those systems. Or Should I buy games for the Wii or DS. Games like LKS or The Conduit. What do you think I should do.

Supermarioman

Adam

Follow your heart.

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StarBoy91

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cooladam is right: follow your heart.

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JayArr

Both?

That's what I'd do.

[insert 25 Cents here to play]

WaLuigi1982

A lot of the older games you can find dirt cheap and often still have enough money left over to buy a new one. I still buy games for my GBA,Gamecube,PS2 and 64.

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StarBoy91

@supermarioman - If you wanted to buy a classic that you'll barely find in stores nowadays, eBay is a good way to order the classics.

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CanisWolfred

It all comes down to tastes, really. I'd say old, but that's because they're cheaper, and better IMO. But again, it depends on what you're interested in.

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MetalMario

Whatever looks good. Do what you will.

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RandomWiiPlayer

Old games, you will end up with more of them.

The Game.

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Supermarioman

Should I buy something like Super Mario RPG for $50 or Chrono Trigger for $60?

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MetalMario

How about Super Mario RPG for $8. It's on VC. And Chrono Trigger is on DS for less than $50...

Of course, I would rather have the cartridges for SNES.

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StarBoy91

You could. But, you could try an RPG like Arcana and Breath of Fire as well. But, it's all up to you.

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Adam

I want to eat a snack. Should I eat an apple or a banana?

Come on, friends,
To the bear arcades again.

StarBoy91

An apple should taste nicer than a banana. Bon appetit.

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Grumble

weirdadam wrote:

I want to eat a snack. Should I eat an apple or a banana?

lmao!! cheese!

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Knux

You should buy both old and new games. Or, you can just buy a bunch of VC and WiiWare games and a few retail Wii games. It's really your decision.

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