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JasonlikesINTV

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About JasonlikesINTV

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    Intellivision, Atari, NES, UT2004, Wii, Wii U. I enjoy both collecting and playing games!
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    Intellivision: Worm Whomper, Beamrider, Frog Bog
    Atari 2600: Megamania, Beamrider
    PC: Unreal Tournament 2004
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    Intellivision: HSC and homebrews

    Colecovision and Atari...really need to try some of these out :-)

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  1. I'd recommend buying one of the cheaper Imagic titles and swapping it in. Example: https://www.ebay.com/itm/193695080981 If you watch eBay or hit up a local game store, you could probably find a cheaper one.
  2. It's an ambitious asking price that would probably set a record by a decent amount. That said, prices of LF2 have been on the rise, especially for the nicest copies. The amount of time it's been available and not selling suggests that it might take a well funded collector with a high standard for quality to complete that sale.
  3. I'm still missing Super Series. I passed on a few more reasonable copies in the past. I'll find one someday.
  4. What's next after Sears? Intellivision Inc? French Canadian? International Imagic? 😁
  5. Definitely overpriced for the lot. Also, it's more fun to seek them out. I've always enjoyed the journey over the destination. The hunt over the kill. The hunger over the satiation.
  6. Poker and Blackjack is one of the most common Sears games. I did a search on eBay the other day and found around 15 CIB copies available. If you're just looking for a copy to have you can probably go cheaper. However, if you're looking for one in decent condition, it may be worth it to pay a little more like the one you linked. I occasionally see these sealed as well, if that's your thing. Edit: This one's missing the manual, but might be worth watching. https://www.ebay.com/itm/284049790027
  7. Someone got a decent deal on a nice condition Sears Checkers at $61. https://www.ebay.com/itm/274532530065 Surprised it didn't go higher.
  8. At 110 pages, I'm guessing this is not only Carol's journey through Christmas, but also Chanukah, Winter Solstice, Kwanzaa, Boxing Day, and Festivus 😁
  9. At least you got your Royal Dealer signed by some dude named Larry 😁
  10. Agreed, that box was rough 😕
  11. I started around a decade ago and felt like I was late to the party. Today is the best time to get into it, mostly because of the lack of reliable time machines 😁 In retrospect, I will say I started homebrews just in time. I couldn't imagine going for a complete set in 2020. I'd definitely be more selective. The 125 (or at least the easiest 115) is comparably doable compared to a decade ago. A few titles have jumped, though I think Spiker actually dropped. Sears probably got a little harder too.
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