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N64 collection discussion; Discuss and show your new games, collection and wishlist!
Topic Started: Apr 5 2006, 01:09 PM (105,710 Views)
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I just can't resist a bargain when i see one. Yard sales are the best if you get lucky!
Quake mint sealed.
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I'm maybe one of the few guys on here who doesn't buy on eBay.
I mostly look in my own backyard (I count my backyard as an 150km radius).

But now I'm not sure if i should keep going for the sealed ones or should i focus on my carts first.
I've got no structure at collecting, and mostly i just go for what i can grab :-/ .

Also a shoutout to vinyl. It pays up to visit old rental places.
Found this sucker for a 1 deal! Covered in dust but still working :yeah:
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Retro games are made to last. Hard to play and a you need to use your mind.
Today, it just seems you need a big wallet to finish a game.


- Looking for blisters. Contact me!
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Think i saw , earlier today, a shadowman with glasses.
Won't talk about the price, cause i'm not certain. But i think he also was taking offers (ebay)
Retro games are made to last. Hard to play and a you need to use your mind.
Today, it just seems you need a big wallet to finish a game.


- Looking for blisters. Contact me!
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