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A good way to keep your games in good shape?
Topic Started: Jun 2 2012, 02:33 AM (5,744 Views)
Striker
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I think flattening boxes isn't a great idea. You're definitely causing one side to be damaged, without a doubt. Tuperware plastic containers can be bought for cheap and are very good from crushing your boxes.
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Striker
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Has anyone considered these only for cartridge use? It seems like the individual game cases are a lot of coin.

http://www.ebay.com/itm/Nintendo-64-Game-Cartridge-Storage-Case-Slide-Out-Drawer-Box-N64-SNES-/171119638929?pt=US_Other_Video_Game_Accessories&hash=item27d7867991

*never mind, I totally messed up. Game cases are not expensive at all. Can someone confirm if the labels off of cover project fit them perfect?
Edited by Striker, Sep 5 2013, 07:32 AM.
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Striker
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Guys what box protectors are the best for N64 games?
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Thanks man.

Anyone have recommendations on how to clean the cart labels without removing the actual sticker or damaging it?
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