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  1. TPA5

    Looking For a DS Lite

    Never had an issue with any of the 3 Lite's I've owned over the years. I think they're great systems.
  2. Hey all. Looking to replace my DS Lite that I sold last year. Looking on eBay, they're mostly going for $60 and above (in Canadian dollars). Is this really what Lite's are worth now? I bought my last one for $20. Figured I'd come here to see if anyone had a DS Lite they'd be looking to part with. I'm in Canada, so if there was anyone in Canada that would be awesome.
  3. Looking is about all I can afford anymore.
  4. I'm trying to figure out the market for this, but can't quite get there. At $150 it's way too much for a novelty, but with the hardware limitations it also isn't a serious gaming contender.
  5. Tell me about it. Where I live, if something even smells faintly of copper the meth-heads come scrabbling out of their filthy hovels to steal it.
  6. Just dropping by for a little self-thread-promotion on best practices for selling on AtariAge: https://atariage.com/forums/topic/222489-tips-for-selling-on-atariage-and-beyond/
  7. That's why I groan at the dearth of modern games that require some kind of online functionality to add to gameplay. Someday, when the servers shut down, it'll be a gimped game.
  8. Eh, an unsurprising end to the project.
  9. The idea of having a box on the shelf is neat, but the SD card seems a bit of a jumble. I'd print boxes though, just for shelf-decoration.
  10. Right? That's certainly my hope. I love Wind Waker, but never had a Wii U so no HD edition for me sadly.
  11. While the name sounds like some kind of trendy eatery, the game itself looks pretty fun. Usually I roll my eyes at 16/8-bit cash-in titles, but this one looks like it's had some proper work put into it (from what I've read).
  12. Lego City Undercover looks great, I hadn't seen it until now. I'll definitely pick that up. I haven't played any Nicalis stuff so I'll look at that, same with DOOM and Retro City Rampage. LA Noire always looked interesting too, but I never bought it. Pinballs are fun too, though I'm usually pretty picky about the physics. Dragon Quest Builders did look fun, and while I haven't extensively explored the series I am familiar with it. Got pretty good reviews too so it's on my list. Never played Neo Turf Masters, but I really enjoy golf games - very relaxing. This has given me a lot to explore, I appreciate it!
  13. Someone on the NintendoLife forums is keeping an updated list of physical releases: http://www.nintendolife.com/forums/nintendo-switch/switch_physical_boxed_games_list_and_release_dates
  14. I am definitely blown away by BOTW so far, hands-down one of my favorite Zelda games to date (Wind Waker and Oracle of Seasons being numbers 1 and 2, respectively) I never played it on the NES, it looks like a good reboot so I'll have to check it out. Thanks! I enjoy racing games, some light strategy games, adventure games, FPS's, RPG's. Most genres of games I can get behind, besides puzzlers. Skyrim I've already put hundreds of hours into, but I can't resist being able to play it on a portable console. But, I'm not chomping at the bit to snag that one yet since I have it on PC. I'll check out I Am Setsuna and Lost Sphear, I really enjoy RPG's in the vein of Chrono Trigger (provided they aren't too grind-heavy). Thanks for the great suggestions! So far I am digging the Switch hard, it feels like Nintendo is finally returning to the company I loved growing up.
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