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#1 Star_Wars_Collector OFFLINE  

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Posted Thu Jan 7, 2016 6:39 PM

Just purchased a no label Halloween on Atari 2600 for a pretty good amount of money. I am not really an "expert" on Atari but I know my stuff and i've been wanting this game for a very long time. In my 5 years of collecting I have never come across this game in person, so I know that it is rare. But to those of you out there who know more than me maybe you can educate me on this topic a bit more. Is there any indication on how many of these actually exist? and would it be worth it to get it graded? Did the versions of this game come with a box? 



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Posted Thu Jan 7, 2016 8:00 PM

You may want to get a refund . If I remember correctly he doesn't ship anything anymore unless you buy on ebay . That Halloween cart is probably long gone since he doesn't do anything to the site . I don't think he will answer emails either . Hope everything works out well for you .



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Posted Thu Jan 7, 2016 9:15 PM

You may want to get a refund . If I remember correctly he doesn't ship anything anymore unless you buy on ebay . That Halloween cart is probably long gone since he doesn't do anything to the site . I don't think he will answer emails either . Hope everything works out well for you .


Don't think he bought it on "atari2600.com" but the game was made for Atari 2600 is what he meant by that.

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Posted Fri Jan 8, 2016 10:26 AM

You may want to get a refund . If I remember correctly he doesn't ship anything anymore unless you buy on ebay . That Halloween cart is probably long gone since he doesn't do anything to the site . I don't think he will answer emails either . Hope everything works out well for you .

I don't know where you think I got the game from but it's a legit copy. I got it via Ebay from a very high feedback seller. 



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Posted Fri Jan 8, 2016 3:36 PM

I don't know where you think I got the game from but it's a legit copy. I got it via Ebay from a very high feedback seller.

He isn't questioning Authenticity, he was concerned that you purchased it from Atari2600.com, they have been neglecting their website and neglecting to ship orders after payment has been made.

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Posted Fri Jan 8, 2016 4:15 PM

He isn't questioning Authenticity, he was concerned that you purchased it from Atari2600.com, they have been neglecting their website and neglecting to ship orders after payment has been made.

Ohhhh, alright got ya. 



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Posted Fri Jan 8, 2016 4:16 PM

He isn't questioning Authenticity, he was concerned that you purchased it from Atari2600.com, they have been neglecting their website and neglecting to ship orders after payment has been made.

Your profile pic is creepy af XD



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Posted Fri Jan 8, 2016 4:42 PM

Your profile pic is creepy af XD

I think that's his mom 

 

a thread about "no label Halloween" , might be worth a "bump"

http://atariage.com/...lloween-rarity/


Edited by chas10e, Fri Jan 8, 2016 4:42 PM.


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Posted Sun Jan 17, 2016 7:15 PM

I actually don't recommend getting anything graded unless you have something really high grade, sealed, AND want to resell it. I have I think about 650 games for the 2600 and never have gotten anything graded.

 

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