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N64 collection discussion; Discuss and show your new games, collection and wishlist!
Topic Started: Apr 5 2006, 01:09 PM (105,730 Views)
xiaohouzi79
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italia64
Jul 5 2014, 11:36 AM
Tweezers and phon for remove the sticker.
Cotton with gasoline to remove the sticky effect
Can someone clarify what is meant by "phon"? I have a mint AU PAL copy of Command Conquer and it has a security sticker seal that I want gone.
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xiaohouzi79
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The prices for decent copies of PAL games in Europe is still at a reasonable price. I'm collecting boxed Australian PAL games and the quality can sometimes be terrible.

Quite often you see on eBay advertised as Like New and you can see they already have ripped or squashed boxes :angry: Even worse when you can't see it in the photos provided and they arrive like that >:-]

Also here in Australia we pay 300% more just because the item has a classification sticker. You can get a mint copy of Hybrid Heaven in Europe for the equivalent of $15 and the same game goes for $50 here just because of that :cussfit: sticker.

I'm the crazy guy trying to get a full set of boxes including classification stickers.
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