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2,341. Posted: Tue 4th Jun 2013 17:21 BST
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2,342. Posted: Tue 4th Jun 2013 19:20 BST
Who likes animal companions in their video games? I recently got a copy of Conquest of the Crystal Palace complete with poster. I could see this one going up in value once it becomes more well known.
@Waveboy: You should just have an individual TV for every console that you own and then leave them constantly on with the title screen music on loop. Then have some greasy pizza marinating in the corning and leave your dirty gym socks out to mix with the pizza smell. Have your MP3 player set to Totally 80's! for all the hot tunes. That would be like your very own arcade. That's what I think you should do with all them TV's you go through. ;p
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2,343. Posted: Tue 4th Jun 2013 19:33 BST
Got an N64 with 4 controllers, 4 Rumble Paks, the Expansion Pak and all cables for $20 the other day
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2,344. Posted: Wed 5th Jun 2013 01:35 BST
Finally netted myself a boxed FF2 on SNES. I've only been planning to buy this game for 20 years lol. I picked up some extra accessories and controllers for my SNES while I was at it. Looking to get in some Lufia II when I get it up and running again. I've played the game on emulator several times but I haven't touched the original thing in a long time.
Where's the KABOOM?! There was supposed to be an earth-shattering KABOOM! sigh delays...delays...
2,345. Posted: Wed 5th Jun 2013 10:51 BST
Looks like Ryno's been dipping into my Dream Diary! haha. The only thing that Arcadey 'n Zany scenario is missing is a band of singing California raisins, A Chuck E Cheese Ball pit and a jumbo sized Stacy Q blow up doll. Sup!
Now, on the Fraggle Rock flip side, i'll be getting a 27" Sony Wega trinitron tomorrow for $40, it's one of those top class mid 2005 models and this time it's legit, MC hammer legit. i know what i'm getting this time around since i found out the model number and it's got component cable inputs and whatever other nifty doonads.lol. Color me 100% Satisfyed at last! As for Conquest of the Crystal palace , i have not heard of thee' But i checked out a gameplay video on YouTube and it actually seems pretty cool. It almost has a slight pinch of bible games in it's art direction though. How much did this 'Inserts and all" obscure CIB NES title cost you?
Edited on Thu 6th June, 2013 @ 02:58 by WaveyChristmas
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2,346. Posted: Wed 5th Jun 2013 14:36 BST
Conquest of the Crystal Palace was made by Quest. Yes, the Ogre series people. You'll release King's Knight but not this, Square-Enix?
It was a couple years ago, but I think I only spent like $8 (and maybe extra shipping) to get a copy that looks like it had everything but the box.
Ordered a physical copy of Catrap even though I have it on 3DS. Prices seem to be rising on that game.
Also a SFC SRPG Farland Story 2... and for some reason some game called Dekitate High School that looks to actually be a date simulation minigame collection thing after I actually watch a video of it over just screenshots. (and not just some sort of SimSchool ) Oh well, at least it didn't cost too much.
2,347. Posted: Thu 6th Jun 2013 16:46 BST
Pokemon Pinball for the GBC
Should I purchase an SNES at this time (I don't have a Wii (U) for the VC service)? If so, what are some good (affordable) games to purchase?
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2,348. Posted: Thu 6th Jun 2013 18:08 BST
@Waveboy Herman: I actually asked Kirby what you were dreaming about so that is how I knew. I cannot believe I forgot a ball pit though, they are a guaranteed good time for people of all ages! Conquest of the Crystal Palace came in just under $30 shipped. The cartridge alone is pretty Cheep-Cheep, for now at least.
@Nobodys_Angel: Since the SNES is the best console ever in my opinion then yes you should buy one. However, many people also agree with my opinion and consequently has led to SNES games being quite expensive well, other than Shaq Fu anyway. If you are looking for inexpensive games perhaps the Genesis would be a better choice?
Edited on Thu 6th June, 2013 @ 18:08 by Ryno
2,349. Posted: Thu 6th Jun 2013 18:20 BST
@Ryno Let's disregard price at the moment; apart from Earthbound and the Final Fantasy games, what are some good SNES games?
2,350. Posted: Thu 6th Jun 2013 18:52 BST
@Nobodys_Angel: In the US off the top of my head: Secret of Mana, Chrono Trigger, Actraiser, Secret of Evermore, Soul Blazer, Illusion of Gaia, Super Castlevania IV, A Link to the Past, Super Metroid, Demon's Crest. UN Squadron, Super Mario World, Yoshi's Island, Mega Man X-X3, Legend of the Mystical Ninja.
2,351. Posted: Thu 6th Jun 2013 20:51 BST
2,352. Posted: Thu 6th Jun 2013 21:15 BST
Finally, the NTSC-version!
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2,353. Posted: Thu 6th Jun 2013 21:39 BST
Great games. But, the answer to your question: Neither. Sold my PlayStation more than a decade ago, and my PS2 approx. five years ago. I'm collecting my most beloved games: they remain sealed when applicable. But, a friend of mine has a Region-free PlayStation (originally PAL) which he never uses, and he also has some games that I would like to add to my collection (Final Fantasy Anthology NTSC-U, Legend Of Mana NTSC-U, and more). Problem is, he isn't as careful as I am, so, big chance I would reject the lot...
Edited on Thu 6th June, 2013 @ 21:58 by JGMR
2,354. Posted: Mon 10th Jun 2013 05:46 BST
@Waveboy Sorry I haven't added ya back yet bro. I've been really busy lately. I'll make sure to add ya by tomorrow night.
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2,355. Posted: Mon 10th Jun 2013 20:39 BST
2,356. Posted: Tue 11th Jun 2013 04:25 BST
@Waveboy added ya on 3DS.
2,357. Posted: Wed 12th Jun 2013 21:08 BST
Brave Fencer Musashi (PS1)
Seiken Densetsu 3 (SNES), the Japanese version modified in PAL with the English translation.
Tales of Phantasia (SNES), the Japanese version modified in PAL with the English translation.
Now those are some great purchases! Hope you enjoy them!
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2,358. Posted: Thu 13th Jun 2013 19:03 BST
@CanisWolfred Yes. Seiken Densetsu 3 & Tales of Phantasia are so epic, I love them and also Brave Fencer Musashi.
2,359. Posted: Fri 14th Jun 2013 12:18 BST
I got hold of Yoshi's Cookie for NES boxed in very good condition with all the leaflets, manual, sleeve and poly. for (wait for it!) 50P! =D A US copy to but I have a Gamekey device to work it on a PAL Machine.
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2,360. Posted: Fri 14th Jun 2013 17:01 BST
I separately ordered a Mickey Mania SNES cart and manual.
Though I hear the Genesis version is better so I ordered a CIB for like $6 as well.