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I got a Super Nintendo today.

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ogo79

my uncle gave me his sega genesis model 2, a 3 button controller, all the hookups, manuals and posters, a game genie, a system cleaner and some games i dont care for. now i have like 3 genesis systems, 4 controllers and 2 genesis game genies lol. everything is in mint condition though

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the_shpydar wrote:
As @ogo79 said, the SNS-RZ-USA is a prime giveaway that it's not a legit retail cart.
And yes, he is (usually) always right, and he is (almost) the sexiest gamer out there (not counting me) ;)

Jani-Koblaney

Link: the faces of Evil for my CDI. Cost me a fortune..

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Mieu-Fire

sence ps2 is sorta retro i just bought tales of rebirth and the real tales of destiny 2 each for 46 dollars i wanna see how good i can understand japanese i been takeing some classes

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Gamesake

ogo79 wrote:

my uncle gave me his sega genesis model 2, everything is in mint condition

That's rare. Every time I see a used console these days it looks like the previous owner used the controller for a cat brush.

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WaveBoy

Hey OgoMyEggo
Send me your copy of Mega Man 6, and i'll reward you with crispy mint copies of everybodies favorite The Karate Kid, Legend of Kage, Fester's Quest and a box of rotten 80's transformers twinkies.

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WaveBoy

ogo79

@Gamesake
yeah, my uncle takes care of everything he has, i even got a game genie code book in mint condition lol. but i have more than enough genesis stuff. he asked if i wanted it so i was like yeah, i dont need it but why not keep it as a backup system
@WaveBoy
i didnt see any tmnt pies or terminator 2 sour melt down candy in that list

the_shpydar wrote:
As @ogo79 said, the SNS-RZ-USA is a prime giveaway that it's not a legit retail cart.
And yes, he is (usually) always right, and he is (almost) the sexiest gamer out there (not counting me) ;)

MrArcade

Sonic Heroes for my GameCube, as well as Sonic 3 and Sonic 3D - Flickies Island for my MegaDrive

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KingMike

Kiwi Kraze as well.
Despite that the NTSC version got a stupid name change, I don't think this Taito platformer is different from its PAL counterpart with the real name New Zealand Story.

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Knux

Wario Land II (VC), Wild Arms, Breath of Fire IV, Sonic Adventure 2, Nights into Dreams, Jet Set Radio, and Daytona USA. Also yes, all of those games aside from Wario Land II were bought on PSN.

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UnseatingKDawg

Splurged on several VC titles since Christmas: Wario Land II, Metroid II, Super Mario Bros.: The Lost Levels, Mega Man, Ghosts 'n Goblins, Gradius, and Pac-Man. All on 3DS (by the way, Pac-Man is the NES version)

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KingMike

I ordered one super-rare SFC RPG that I'm kind of embarrassed to admit, as well as Final Lap, oddly Namco's only behind-the-car racing game for Famicom. I took a gamble and bought a boxed copy of Final Fantasy I+II hoping it's the full set with guide and map. Then I realized, it's a good thing the MSX wasn't released in North America or may I have actually bought every single version of that game.
(supposedly the FC 2-in-1 version was based on the North American version, with censorship.)
I don't have a PSN download of FF Origins, though. So Square-Enix hasn't yet succeeded in selling me EVERY variation. (I do have an original PS1 copy, though.) (and I only bought the PSP versions after they dropped under $10 each)

Still expecting a couple more boxed SFC RPGs to arrive.

I also bought Spot: The Cool Adventure, the lesser-known Game Boy sequel to everyone's favorite NES game featuring a cheeseburger-peddling clown.
(though I found out that the USA/JPN versions removed the cutscenes and (unnecessary?) character-select options. So does that make the EU/AU versions any better?)

KingMike

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Picked up these from a local pawn shop for $20. I needed games for the gamecube I got for Christmas Oh, and somebody must have left a memory card in the Metroid Prime case, because I got one in there, which was a nice little extra!

I absolutely love F Zero GX so far. One of the hardest games I've ever played, but so much fun! Plus, it looks good enough to be a Wii game. Haven't touched Metroid Prime yet (Except to make sure it works). Also, anybody wanna recommend some more gamecube games to me?

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ogo79

2 original snes controllers (ill restore the button membranes and clean)
el viento for sega genesis
and another nes game genie

the_shpydar wrote:
As @ogo79 said, the SNS-RZ-USA is a prime giveaway that it's not a legit retail cart.
And yes, he is (usually) always right, and he is (almost) the sexiest gamer out there (not counting me) ;)

WaveBoy

@OldGamesOnly79

I picked up some of those SNES button Membranes on eBay a few or so months back. My 2 Snes controllers feel brand new, but for some wierd reason the L & R buttons feel a little extra clicky and louder than i remember back in the Golden Age of glorious gaming goolay' when the SNES was soaking up the 16-bit NintenWaves all across the zany globage.

The SNES D-pad especially wears down over time and starts to feel sloppy, so these membranes(Not of the mother brain variety sadly) are a must if you want your controllers to feel Super duper prestine and fabtastic. Sup!

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WaveBoy

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Mieu-Fire

i went to a yard sale and bought a amazing gba lot
metroid
zelda II
sonic advance 3
pokemon sapphire
shining soul 2
demikids light version
digimon battle spirit 1&2
naruto ninja council 1&2
one peice gba
and final game boy micro even though i already have a gba sp

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ogo79

WaveBoy wrote:

@OldGamesOnly79

I picked up some of those SNES button Membranes on eBay a few or so months back. My 2 Snes controllers feel brand new, but for some wierd reason the L & R buttons feel a little extra clicky and louder than i remember back in the Golden Age of glorious gaming goolay' when the SNES was soaking up the 16-bit NintenWaves all across the zany globage.

The SNES D-pad especially wears down over time and starts to feel sloppy, so these membranes(Not of the mother brain variety sadly) are a must if you want your controllers to feel Super duper prestine and fabtastic. Sup!

i actually remember when you ordered those and you were anticipating them lol, ive got a great memory.
i ordered those kits a while back myself and re did the membranes on one snes controller and i agree the l and r buttons seem to have more click to them.
ive got those kits for nes, snes and genesis. when i get used controllers i always take them apart and use a reserved toothbrush with liquid soap and scrub the insides and out for that new feel and i scrub the d pads and buttons clean as well, plus, there is no telling what those controllers suffered when the game went on pause and the person came back...

the_shpydar wrote:
As @ogo79 said, the SNS-RZ-USA is a prime giveaway that it's not a legit retail cart.
And yes, he is (usually) always right, and he is (almost) the sexiest gamer out there (not counting me) ;)

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