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81. Posted: Sun 8th Aug 2010 08:47 BST
i bought a Dreamcast scart for €6 for my dreamcast and Jet Set Radio for €8.
I officially own a MAME arcade machine.
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82. Posted: Sun 8th Aug 2010 20:26 BST
Got given an N64! GoldenEye just gave me motion sickness though. How did I play this so much at the time..? Also Alien 3 for Megadrive, under-rated game in my opinion, despite it's relative simplicity.
Edited on Sun 8th August, 2010 @ 22:59 by Ristar42
83. Posted: Sun 8th Aug 2010 21:56 BST
Raided the swap meet today, got lucky. Now while $15 for GT5 Prologue is anything but retro, the $5 I spent for Shantae on GBC, and also $5 for the GBC version of Cannon Fodder really made my morning!
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84. Posted: Mon 9th Aug 2010 17:48 BST
Bought Mega Man 2,3, and 4. Missing 1, 5, and 6 for NES. I go to the flea market and buy alot of stuff people dont know what they are selling such as a mini SNES with Mario All-Stars, Zelda, Mario World, and turtles in Time then sell them back for profit usually, but I kept the Mega Man games.
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85. Posted: Mon 9th Aug 2010 20:24 BST
Very nice the Megaman series was always one of the best series the NES had. Those right there are probably the best 3.
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86. Posted: Mon 9th Aug 2010 21:11 BST
CharlieRod wrote:Bought Mega Man 2,3, and 4. Missing 1, 5, and 6 for NES. I go to the flea market and buy alot of stuff people dont know what they are selling such as a mini SNES with Mario All-Stars, Zelda, Mario World, and turtles in Time then sell them back for profit usually, but I kept the Mega Man games.Very nice the Megaman series was always one of the best series the NES had. Those right there are probably the best 3.
They are the best 3, but having all 6 of them is awesome.
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87. Posted: Wed 11th Aug 2010 00:34 BST
run saber for snes...its a perfect strider clone from some folks that made strider...
Edited on Wed 11th August, 2010 @ 00:37 by ogo79
As @ogo79 said, the SNS-RZ-USA is a prime giveaway that it's not a legit retail cart.
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88. Posted: Wed 11th Aug 2010 04:48 BST
Wow Run Saber eh? I'm saddened I never heard of this being an unofficial Strider clone by strider ex-staff types. The pics show me it has potential of being fun and I know where I can likely get a fairly good price on it if it's there.
89. Posted: Wed 11th Aug 2010 04:53 BST
I picked up Magical Chase for my PC Engine the other day. Been wanting it for a long time.
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90. Posted: Wed 11th Aug 2010 05:06 BST
I bought a portable NES game player which can only play 2 of my 8 games (Thankfully those are Ducktales and TMNT 3)
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91. Posted: Wed 11th Aug 2010 11:35 BST
super game boy -4$ (it came with pokemon blue!)tmnt hyperstone heist -3$ (only the cart but still great)super star wars the empire strikes back -6$ (and i got the cart,dust protector,box.manuel,and some kid left cheats in for me:)
92. Posted: Thu 12th Aug 2010 19:37 BST
About to be Metroid Fusion.
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93. Posted: Thu 12th Aug 2010 20:56 BST
Just picked up a NES from the local Goodwill for $15. It came with 2 controllers that look and feel decent, the grey zapper, and power cord. Not sure if it works cause I need to pick up some of those Yellow and White cables to hook it up to my TV but I thought for that price I might as well been wanting another one for awhile now. Anyone know if Nintendo every made those cables for the NES??
94. Posted: Thu 12th Aug 2010 21:04 BST
I'm not completely sure if they made the yellow and white cables for the NES. If they did they are probably less common than the RFU adapter
95. Posted: Thu 12th Aug 2010 21:07 BST
I just Bought a N64 From Ebay For £27 With Super Mario 64, Donkey Kong 64, Goldeneye, Perfect Dark, WWF Atitude and Ridge Racer, The Console Also Inc A Controller, Power Supply and AV Cable. I have Also bought another Controller for £9, Mario Tennis £7, Mario Kart 64 £8, Wave Race £2, Zelda OOT £4, Diddy Kong Racing £4, Mario Party £8, Banjo Kazzoie £4, Pokemon Stadium £4 and some others. So that is all i've bought in the past month.I have bought all this stuff of Ebay
Edited on Thu 12th August, 2010 @ 21:14 by MarioFoy
96. Posted: Thu 12th Aug 2010 21:18 BST
Well my most recent purchase was an original Dragon Warrior NES game at goodwill for $2.50.
97. Posted: Fri 13th Aug 2010 00:11 BST
Uhh brooks is dead wrong just so you know. The NES, any of them even the top loader late in life all came with the A/V mono cable. You can get a cheapo replacement over at Radio Shack for like $5 +/- so you should be set. If it powers on now you're good, if it doesn't flicker the red light with a game in even better. If it gets wonkey, philps head screwdriver, paper towels, a few q-tips, and some 91% isopropyl alcohol rubdown on especially the pin connector which you can unscrew from the board. Check all connections even to the pads, make them firm, reassemble and give it a go.
98. Posted: Fri 13th Aug 2010 00:45 BST
Okay I just got Fusion and Zero Mission from GameStop for $7.99 and $9.99 respectively. I also traded in Pokemon Mystery Dungeon: Explorers of Darkness (bonus 10% trade-in deal as well) and used my Edge card for an extra 10% off of each to boot. The total wound up to be $13.31 but my mom owed me about $10 so I only had to pay for Fusion, which was $3.58.
In other words I got a very good deal.i just hope they work
99. Posted: Fri 13th Aug 2010 02:22 BST
Make sure you clean everything before testing it, especially the system.
100. Posted: Fri 13th Aug 2010 03:08 BST
I bought Ducktales and 1943 for NES for about $3 each just a couple weeks ago