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Melissa Melville

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About Melissa Melville

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    Star Raider
  • Birthday January 11

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    Female
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    Northampton, MA
  • Interests
    Mountain Biking, Video Games, ad Bacon...also world domination
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    Battletoads. I like trash.
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    Phantasy Star
  1. OK, I am clearing out a bunch of stuff I had in storage. I am on the east coast so shipping can get steep for west coasters. KLOV Feedback: http://forums.arcade...der.php?u=49124 Ebay Feedback: http://feedback.ebay...tab=AllFeedback Sears Video Arcade II w/ two controllers sans power adapter. I tested this using a Genesis power adapter and it tested out A-OK (on Hold Tom Brazil) Atari 7800 with 3 controllers, two power adapters. I am missing the TV adapter I tried using a NES/SMS adapter and both gave me static. Not sure if it is because of the adapter or if the 7800 is having issues. MMAO Odyssey 2 with 9 games. The original power adapter is bunk, but, works great with an NES adapter which I will include. $50 OBO Photos:http://s1209.photobu...2?sort=3&page=1 * denotes loose cart Hockey/Soccer The Quest for the Rings Conquest of the World Football (box pretty has come undone) Speedway/Spinout/Crypto-Logic Thunderball *Another Speedway/Spinout/Crypto-Logic *Bowling/Basketball *Invaders from Hyperspace SNES w/ 13 games. Missing original controllers, but I will toss in an arcade stick. All games have been tested and working. No yellowing on the console. (SOLD) Super Buster Bros. MKII PaperBoy 2 Star Wars Super Empire Strikes Back Scooby Doo Mystery Brett Hull Hockey Troy Aikman Football Ken Griffey JR NFL Quaterback Club Super PLay Action Football NCAA Football Championship Soccer 94 Techmo Super NBA Basketball
  2. Hey Mods, can we delete. I am going to relist in a diff thread w/ other consoles.
  3. I totally agree, I have been out of the console scene for a while. IIRC not too long ago The Quest for the Rings and Conquest of the World were pretty sought after. I had actually tried amending the price shortly after I listed, but could not amend the title. This is OBO.
  4. I am clearing out a bunch of console stuff. Too many arcade and pin projects that need to be financed. First on the chopping block A boxed, Odyssey 2 with 9 games. The original power adapter is bunk, but, works great with an NES adapter which I will include. $50 OBO Photos:http://s1209.photobucket.com/user/nerdygrrl/library/Odyssey%202?sort=3&page=1 KLOV Feedback: http://forums.arcade-museum.com/itrader.php?u=49124 Ebay Feedback: http://feedback.ebay.com/ws/eBayISAPI.dll?ViewFeedback2&userid=sea_chicken11&ftab=AllFeedback * denotes loose cart Hockey/Soccer The Quest for the Rings Conquest of the World Football (box pretty has come undone) Speedway/Spinout/Crypto-Logic Thunderball *Another Speedway/Spinout/Crypto-Logic *Bowling/Basketball *Invaders from Hyperspace
  5. My dog had to have emergency surgery so I am parting with some of my prized console possessions. Bidding ends on my NES copy of TMNT Tournament Fighters in 28 hours. I set the reserve lower than the last few ended auctions. I would love to see this go to a collector. eBay Seller: sea_chicken11
  6. This is pretty awesome! Actually it is beyond awesome. I am going to have to pick a few up.
  7. Tested and working Panasonic 3DO, model FZ-10. Comes with Boxed and complete Star Control II, Boxed Guardian War, and Gex minus the long box. Please feel free to PM me for additional photos, etc. Asking $125
  8. Nice job, the MVS is one of my favorite arcade systems and way more affordable than the AES. I have an upright in my home, but have been considering building one of these. I feel some games are just more fun sitting down on the couch. The 111-1 is a good cart to have. It covers the basics and then some.
  9. One of my favorite games and cabinet designs. The artwork is fantastic. I like how Bally-Midway used their background in pinballs and utilized mirrors, black lights and displays to create a 3D field of depth. Great, great game. The introduction of SI in Japan actually created Yen shortages. People freaked for it. I would also suggest getting the Braze multi kit. This is a photo of my Taito SI. Great Sideart, but falls short in the 'playfield'
  10. Brian can you post a photo? Also if you know the make and model of the monitor chassis that would be awesome. It is usually on a sticker on the frame not on the tube.
  11. Your best bet is just to buy a new deluxe Jamma harness from Bob Roberts and rewire the cab. If it doesn't have a switching power supply you will need to get on of those as well. In addition you may need to modify you control panel to accommodate the game's needs (more button, multiple directional joystick, etc). The cab some with a vertically mounted monitor so it will be great for all of the classics, Pac Man, Galaga, DK, etc.
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