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  1. Updated main post and lowered prices for all items. PSP has been sold - updated main post to reflect this.
  2. He just bought Exile 2 from me. Great to deal with. Quickly made payment and communicated once he received the game.
  3. DSLite has been sold - Updated the 1st post to reflect this. Exile 2 Wicked Phenomenon has been sold - Updated the 1st post to reflect this.
  4. I'm selling several video game related systems, games, and accessories. They are well taken care of and come from a smoke free home. Silver Modded PSP2000 for $175 which includes: - Box - Protective Carrying Case - AC Adapter - Manual - Component Cable (to view games on HDTV's) - Audio/USB Cable - Car Charger - 3 Wrist Straps (2 white / 1 black) - 3 Battery Covers (1 original / 2 for larger battery) - 2 Batteries (3.6v 2200mAh & 3.6v 1800mAh) which are larger than the original to last longer - 2 UMD Dust Covers - Promotional Pamphlets - Disc with 500+ saves on it - PSP Game Daxter with manual - UMD Movie Family Guy - 4 Memory Stick ProDuo's (32MB / 512 MB / 1 GB / 2 GB) - 2 Memory Stick ProDuo/MicroSD card adapters (not pictured but included). This all up to 64 GB per memory stick which will be helpful if you plan on using this for emulators. Misc Info: Software / Firmware version is 6.60 Pro-C2. Screen is in excellent condition and has had a screen protector on it since day one. Black Nintendo 3DS for $115 which includes: - Box - Protective Carrying Case - AC Adapter - Charging Port to USB Cable - Stylus, Cradle - Circle Pad Pro (extra thumb stick) - Manual, AR Cards - promotional pamphlets Misc Info: Software / Firmware version is 4.5.0-0U. Screen is in excellent condition. Black Nintendo DS Lite for $35 which includes: - Box (box is for white DS Lite) - Protective Carrying Case - AC Adapter - Wrist Strap - GBA Dust Cover - Stylus - Manual - Promotional pamphlets Misc Info: Screen is in excellent condition. Exile 2 Wicked Phenomenon from Working Designs for the PC Engine / Turbografx 16 CD. $80 PS3 & Xbox360 controller adapters & accessories: Lot for $70 or individual prices listed below. Playstation 3 - $25 XCM Cross Battle Adapter: Connect your Xbox360 controller to your PS3. Includes button swapping functions Xbox360 - $25 XCM Cross Fire Converter 2.0: Connect your PS3 controller to your Xbox360. Includes Turbo & Rapid Fire - $25 XCM Re-Mapper: Button swapping functionality for the Xbox360 controller - $10 XSATA: Allows you to hook up your Xbox360 Hard Drive to your PC
  5. I'm selling several video game related systems, games, and accessories. They are well taken care of and come from a smoke free home. Black Nintendo 3DS for $95 which includes: - Box - Protective Carrying Case - AC Adapter - Charging Port to USB Cable - Stylus, Cradle - Circle Pad Pro (extra thumb stick) - Manual, AR Cards - promotional pamphlets Misc Info: Software / Firmware version is 4.5.0-0U. Screen is in excellent condition. PS3 & Xbox360 controller adapters & accessories: Lot for $40 or individual prices listed below. Playstation 3 - $15 XCM Cross Battle Adapter: Connect your Xbox360 controller to your PS3. Includes button swapping functions Xbox360 - $15 XCM Cross Fire Converter 2.0: Connect your PS3 controller to your Xbox360. Includes Turbo & Rapid Fire - $15 XCM Re-Mapper: Button swapping functionality for the Xbox360 controller - $5 XSATA: Allows you to hook up your Xbox360 Hard Drive to your PC
  6. Removed sold strategy guides: Blue Dragon (Prima) Final Fantasy XII Special Edition with Artbook (Bradygames) Legend of Zelda: Twilight Princess Collector’s Edition [Hard Cover] (Prima) Metal Gear Solid 4 [sealed] (Piggyback) New Super Mario Bros. Wii Premiere Edition (Prima) Panzer Dragoon Orta (Prima) Pokemon Platinum (Prima) Wild Arms 5 (Prima)
  7. Added several strategy guides to the top post. Please contact me if interested.
  8. *UPDATE* All three of the below items have been sold - $5 Classic Linker: Use PSone & PS2 controllers on the Gamecube or Wii - $5 PS/PS2 Controller Converter: Use PSone & PS2 controllers on the Wii - $5 Memory Card Adapter: Connect PS2 memory cards to your PS3
  9. Super easy to deal with and very quick to make the payment (within minutes of sending the paypal info). I highly recommend Hyperboy as a buyer!
  10. I'm selling a few of my video game systems, accessories, and strategy guides. Items will be shipped from Florida. If you have any questions, please let me know. Thanks! Playstation 3 - $50 XCM Cross Battle Adapter: Connect your Xbox360 controller to your PS3. Includes button swapping functions - $50 XCM Swapper: Button swapping functionality for the PS3 controller Xbox360 - $50 XCM Cross Fire Converter 2.0: Connect your PS3 controller to your Xbox360. Includes Turbo & Rapid Fire - $50 XCM Re-Mapper: Button swapping functionality for the Xbox360 controller - $25 XSATA: Allows you to hook up your Xbox360 Hard Drive to your PC $90 Mother 3 (Earthbound 3) Handbook with keychain and hand drawn picture (Fangamer) $20 each Mass Effect [sealed] (Prima) Tales of Symphonia (Bradygames) $8 each Dead Space (Prima) Devil May Cry 4 [sealed] (Prima) Drakengard 2 (Prima) Enchanted Arms (Prima) Fallout 3 [sealed] (Prima) Gunvalkyrie (Prima) Infinite Undiscovery (Bradygames) Jade Cocoon 2 (Prima) Mass Effect (Prima) Super Mario Galaxy 2 Premiere Edition (Prima) The Chronicles of Riddick Assault on Dark Athena [sealed] (Prima) Xenosaga Episode II Jenseits Von Guy Und Bose Special Edition with Soundtrack (Bradygames) $3 each Army of Two (Prima) Atelier Iris 2: The Azoth of Destiny (Prima) Blade Dancer: Lineage of Light (Prima) Crackdown 2 (Prima) Doom 3 (Prima) Front Mission Evolved (Bradygames) Halo 2 (Piggyback) Halo 3 (Piggyback) Halo 3 ODST [sealed] (Prima) Halo Wars (Prima) Musashi Samurai Legend (Bradygames) Ninja Gaiden Black (Prima) Ninja Gaiden II (Prima) Pokemon Diamond & Pearl (Prima) Resident Evil 5 (Piggyback) Shinobi (Prima) Sonic Chronicles The Dark Brotherhood (Prima) Street Fighter IV (Prima) The Sims Bustin’ Out (Prima)
  11. Moved this post to my other topic.
  12. I can't speak for the developer since I don't know how the cables are made. With that said, I wouldn't be able to tell the difference between these cable's / ports and the ones found on an actual console. They look and feel like the real deal.
  13. Thank you for the responses. When he sent me the device to test, he stressed the fact that this is a prototype and is still subject to change in color and design. So, if you are interested in the 4-play and the only thing holding you back is the design, you should email the developer and voice your opinions so he knows what people are saying about it.
  14. 4-Play Review Background Information I just wanted to provide a little background information about why I'm doing this review. I originally purchased four Bliss-Boxes several years ago at $100 a piece to allow my wife and I as well as our children play games together. These were the first four Bliss-Boxes that were ever made which is why they look a little rough around the edges. I recently found out about the Kickstarter campaign and contacted the developer to ask if I could demo the hand built proto-type he showed off in his video. He accepted my request and sent me the prototype to test out and post a review about. So, I hope you enjoy the review. What is a Bliss-Box and 4-Play? Bliss-Box was the original PC to USB Adapter that was made to connect a variety of video game controllers to your computer. These were boxes custom built to order and made by hand in a garage. He even had to mold plastic sometimes if a suitable connector wasn’t readily available. Here is an example of one of the original Bliss-Boxes I bought several years ago. The only limitation was you had to buy 1 Bliss-Box per controller being used, so if you were playing a 4 player N64 game, you would be required to have 4 Bliss-Boxes. The image below is one of the Bliss-Boxes I bought several years ago. It’s a little rough around the edges but it gets the job done. The 4-Play is commercialized version of the Bliss-Box with the added bonus of being able to connect and use 4 controllers at once. This is basically like having 4 Bliss-Boxes in one small adapter.The smaller compact size was accomplished by using HMDI input (controller connects to the 4-play via an HDMI cable) instead of having an adapter for each controller mounted on the box. It’s a much smarter design. Please note the image below is of the proto-type (case & circuit board) that I’m doing this review on. This product is still subject to change in color and design. Here is a closer look at the circuit board For being a proto-type, everything appears to be very professionally done and manufactured with quality products. I saw a few comments on some of the forums advising that the 4-Play looks cheap and appears to be made in china. After holding and testing the 4-Play, I have to disagree. It feels like a solid product. It’s not too heavy but it feels sturdy to the point where if I happened to drop it on my tile floor, I don’t think it would break. What kind of controller ports does the 4-Play support? • PC-FX • SNES • Wii Remote Expansion Port (Nunchuck, Classic Controller, etc.) • NES • Game Cube • Saturn • Nintendo 64 • Turbo grafix 16 • Dream cast • PC engine (6 button turbo gafix 16) • Pippin • PlayStation (1 and 2) • Vectrex • DB9 (Sega Master System, Sega Genesis, Atari 2600, etc.) • Jaguar • DH15 (Atari 5200, Neo Geo, etc.) Please note that the Virtual Boy port is also supported by the 4-Play, however I did not receive that cable so I was unable to show a picture of it. The cables and connectors are very solid and indistinguishable from those found on the actual consoles. If you are a completest and require 4 or each type of controller you are looking at 68 total cables (4 players x 17 cables). If you are concerned how much space this will take up in your home, then I have some good news for you. All 68 cables and 4-Play adapter can easily fit in a small shoe box. How well does this device work on the computer and was it easy to use? I was very impressed with how easy the product was to use. You literally just plug your controller into HDMI cable adapter which plugs into the 4-Play, then plug the 4-Play into a USB port on your computer and that’s it. You have afully functional game pad. You will still need to set the input selections in an emulator just like you would with any other gamepad. See the below example of how to do this. • In Kega Fusion, select “Options” then “Set Config” • Navigate to the “Controllers” tab and change port 1 from “Keyboard” to “Bliss-Box” • Click the “Define” button to input the controls (↑↓←→ A B C X Y Z Mode & Start) • Click on the “Apply” & “OK” buttons That’s it, you are good to go! Each emulator has its own method of selecting inputs so the set up will be slightly different based on the emulator you are using. Please see the video below for a demonstration of me using the 4-Play with an emulator. In the video, you will see me showing off the auto-pausing functionality, hot swapping controllers, as well as verifying the updater and that fact that it supports multi-player without any special requirements. I apologize about the quality of the video, this was the first review I’ve ever done. I realize the TV is hard to see, but you can still see the characters moving on screen when I’m using the controllers. What controllers did you test?[/center] After the video was done, I tested out all the controllers listed below just to see how well it handled different official and third party controllers. I was impressed because they all worked perfectly. I didn’t have issues with any of the controllers seen in the image below. • NES • Super Nintendo (Official & third party version) • Nintendo 64 • GameCube (Original and Wavebrid version) • PlayStation 2 (Original and Street Fighter version) • Sega Genesis (Official 3 button, Official 6 button, 3 other third party versions) • Sega Saturn • Sega Dreamcast (Official US, Official PAL, & third party version) • Neo Geo • PC-FX • Also pictured are the original 4 original Bliss-Boxes that I purchased, just so you can see how much the product has evolved Pros: • Very small compact size compared to the original • Allows 4 controllers to be connected at once • It’s ready to use right out of the box, no special software required with the exception of firmware updates • Auto-pause if controller is disconnected • Hot swapping capabilities • Easily upgradable via firmware update • Future proof /expandable (all that is required is a new cable and a firmware update) • Each port is independently upgradable so they can run different firmware’s if needed • Price - at $125 for the full package and all the cables this is a steal compared to the $400 it would cost to buy 4 Bliss-Boxes • Supports complex features like -- PS2's pressure sensitive buttons -- Force Feedback -- Communication with Dreamcast LCD screen (currently, no emulators support this… yet) Cons: The 4-play has a reset button that is next to the HDMI port. The reset button is hard to find because it’s very well hidden. I had to contact the 4-Play developer to find out where it was located. It’s only used to reset the device if you’re controller isn’t recognized or if you are upgrading the firmware. Once you locate it, it becomes a non-issue. I spoke with the developer about this and they advise it will be more clearly labeled on the final product. In order for this product to be manufactured / mass produced, the Kickstater campaign has to reach $150,000. If you are reading this review I making the assumption you have or are looking for a USB adapter. If that’s the case, then I strongly recommend this over product over other products based on its versatility, price, usability (no software), and quality. If you have any questions or need any clarifications about anything in this review, please let me know. Links: • Kickstarter • Bliss-Box / 4-Play Homepage • High Resolution images from this post can be downloaded here • Controller Compatibility List • Button Layout / Configuration
  15. The following items have been sold: Japanese Import Falcom Game Lot NW10107340 - Ys I & II Complete - English Patch NW10107200 - Ys III The Oath In Felghana - English Patch NW10107290 - Ys VI: The Ark of Napishtim - English Patch NW10107440 - Ys Origin - English Patch NW10107380 - The Legend of Heroes: Sora no Kiseki
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