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A good way to keep your games in good shape?
Topic Started: Jun 2 2012, 02:33 AM (6,636 Views)
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mikezelot
Jun 2 2012, 02:33 AM
I have been collecting N64 games for awhile and not for there monetary value but for there sentimental value. and i want to keep the games i have had since my childhood instead of just getting new ones. in other words i am more willing to pay 20$ to save my game that is only 2$ at the store.
but my question is what are some good ways to keep my games in good shape like a iseen some have been getting the picture sticker on the front slowly scratched. whats a good way to keep it from doing that? a case? a phone cover type thing? how do i keep them working i noticed some starting to lag too. any suggestions?
if you are playing N64 on a flat screen HDTV, that is what is causing the lag. If they are boxed games, visit this website:

www.videogameboxprotectors.com



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