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E3 1997 Official N64 Controller
Topic Started: Jan 9 2010, 03:56 PM (33,249 Views)
K87
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you didnt miss out on anything it was in pretty bad condition and sold for $1000 buy-it-now. you saved yourself a hole in your wallet lol
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I'm not sure this is the exact one that DDR is talking about but here's an article with a signed E3 controller. It describes how the article writer obtained it and got it signed and has a picture of it aswell.

http://www.gameinformer.com/blogs/editors/b/gireiner_blog/archive/2009/11/24/the-golden-controller.aspx

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ddr2nite
Jul 28 2012, 02:05 AM
K87
Jul 27 2012, 11:24 PM
I'm not sure this is the exact one that DDR is talking about but here's an article with a signed E3 controller. It describes how the article writer obtained it and got it signed and has a picture of it aswell.
:facepalm: (sigh)

What is it with people not reading carefully? I'll admit, I have little to ZERO patience for people who don't take their time to read things.

We are talking about the controller that has 3 signatures on it: Miyamoto, Lincoln, and Arakawa. The picture you posted only has 1 (Miyamoto). What's even more frustrating is that you posted the picture from Andrew Reiner's web article. His controller is #2 on the list. We are talking about #5.
I'm really starting to get sick of your attitude towards members on this forum and power trip you have. you obviously don't read comments very good as well. read my first line.

K87
Jul 27 2012, 11:24 PM
I'm not sure this is the exact one that DDR is talking about but here's an article with a signed E3 controller.


if I remember correctly this is a thread about the E3 controller not one specific instance of it so calm your vag down.
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Clarky I was staying on topic but mr controller police wants to have a cry because someone who hasn't been collecting as long as him or doesn't have as much controllers as him is talking and providing information on this forum I'm sick of his attitude towards members there needs to be a warning/suspension system put in place. If members want respect they should provide the same.
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Very nice Alekx im jealous of the e3 lol
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i think what ausgamer is trying to say is that "ganstaterrybeer" is his cousin's friend who purchased the E3 off quagga which is #12 on the list which he edited his post saying he meant #12 and that the purchased E3 from quagga never showed up.
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Nov 27 2012, 03:07 PM
Adding one to the list. I wanted a condition upgrade and had some extra money laying around, so I picked this one up.

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New/never-been-used condition, still in original bag (the cord). Owner was an attendee of the show with a friend that year and his friend kept going back in line and won several of these controllers, and gave one to him. He had it storage ever since, and recently decided to sell it on EBay - where I made him a best offer.
Ahh so you got it. I saw that and had it on watch and noticed it went for $800. Pretty nice buy for its condition.
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