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Jettgogaming

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About Jettgogaming

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    Star Raider
  • Birthday 04/26/1984

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    Male
  • Location
    Reno, Nevada
  • Interests
    Curator of all things retro gaming
  • Currently Playing
    Last of Us Part II
  • Playing Next
    Silent Hill OG

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  1. I was hoping if I reach out here I can figure out who manages the AtariCompendium.com website? The contact email provided on the website does not work. Thanks.
  2. I remember bidding on a Death Cart on ebay not too long ago. I want to say within the last 2 years. I almost won it!
  3. Does anyone own a Stardos Canister for the Commodore 64 they want to part with?
  4. I've heard rumors about Grid Bug, a 16K expansion module made for the Odyssey (I believe for the 200, 300, 400, etc series Odysseys) by Aquarius. Can anyone verify if that is true? I also notice that a listing for it does come up in Pricecharting too. But other than that the rumors are few and far between. Just curious if anyone has any information on how to validate if this actually exists? Or how it was marketed and sold?
  5. Looks legit to me. I own two authentic copies and it looks identical to mine.
  6. Are you interested in selling it?
  7. Speaking of Wii Fit a friend of mine mentioned she was surprised at how expensive the bundle had become. I remember grabbing one at St. Vincent's for $40 bucks just back in January. They have definitely increased in price. As for games in general, especially Nintendo Switch stuff the shortage is making it nearly impossible to go to the store and pick up good games or systems. The Animal Crossing Amiibo cards and merchandise is definitely being scalped because of the quarantine. I can't think of really anything else I've seen that has increased in price. I keep a watchful eye on Pricecharting and if the value of my collection has increased or decreased, it has increased in value in the last month, which indicates to me that more people are naturally buying online because stores are closed.
  8. Here is my copy. I have seen Pleasant Valley Video's catalog. It's pretty cool seeing all the different games they sold. I had my copy authenticated earlier this year.
  9. Very cool! I just downloaded the first volume for free. Thanks for all your hard work and research!
  10. Wow, Ebay is just rife with fake Air Raid carts lately! Has anyone seen this video yet?
  11. Notice this time he listed it for charity?
  12. One of my most legendary finds was back in 2013. I had gone into what is now a defunct game store called Game Force to check out their selection of vintage games. On the shelf in front of me was Hagane the Final Conflict for Super Nintendo with it's manual and box for $40! Scooped that up real quick. It was 100% legit too. Another really epic find was on Facebook Marketplace. Some kid posted some quick pics of a small crate full of Atari 2600 CIB games, around I'd say 10 boxes (asteriods, star raiders, indy 500 etc.) he wanted $50 for the whole lot. I drove about an hour to meet him to buy it. When I got back in my car after buying it and started going through it all I found two prototypes in the box - a Big Bird proto and a Gravitar proto!!
  13. I found one not too long ago and I believe I bought mine for $25. Good find and good price! There definitely is not a lot of literature out there on the Hannimex 777 model. I think it came out in the early to mid 70’s along with all the Pong console craze.
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