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  1. Hi, everyone! I've got a complete Sega system that I'd be interested in trading for a TurboDuo, or maybe a Jaguar CD, perhaps a PS3 with some extras, or maybe even an Atari 5200 and cash or other incentives. If you have something you think might interest me, feel free to make an offer! Here's what I'm offering in addition to the Genesis (model 2), Sega CD add-on (model 2), and Sega 32X add-on: 1 Genesis controller, 1 Genesis-to-32X cable, 1 RF cable (also works with Playstation and SNES/N64/Gamecube). Also included is a custom power supply that powers all 3 units! You originally had to have 3 separate AC/DC adapters all plugged into the wall to power these systems, but this custom-made power supply eliminates clutter and lets you use only one outlet! Sweet! I am including the game "Golf Magazine Presents 36 Great Holes Starring Fred Couples" for the Sega 32X. I am also including Night Trap (32x edition) for the Sega CD. PLEASE NOTE: this is only a COPY, no the original; I am providing it simply so you can verify the functionality of the Sega CD unit. Let me know if you have any questions!
  2. There is a total of 30 games all loose labels in varying xondition and some duplicates as well. A few boxed one or two cib and one new sealed... Here's the list: Streets of Rage (minor label damage) Streets of Rage 2 Streets of Rage 3 (Writing on the cart itself not the front label Batman Returns (With Box no manual) Batman Forever (With Box no manual) Batman Revenge of The Joker x2 (One (With Box no manual other has label damage) Prince of Persia Golden Axe I X2 (one is loose cart only other is sega classics release Complete In Box) Golden Axe I I Golden Axe I II (JAPANESE IMPORT THAT NEEDS A BYPASS CODE WITH THE GAME GENIE TO PLAY! Game Genie will be provided along with the needed codes) Also has damage to the back warning label Sonic The Hedgehog (Label damage) Sonic 2 (Complete In Box) Sonic & Knuckles x2 (one has box, but the box is pretty beat up game has closing latch. The other doesn’t but still works) Sonic 3D Blast Arch Rivals (With Box no manual) Strider (Box is taped up, but it could easily be swapped with another genesis game case. No manual. X-men 2: The Clone Wars (with Box no manual Garfield: Caught In the Act (Complete in Box, but missing promo comic) Columns III: Revenge of the Columns (Minor damage to front label) Double Dragon III: The Arcade Game (Minor damage to top of label) Mighty Morphin Power Rangers (Stickers on cart) Mighty Morphin Power Rangers: The Movie (Heavy damage to front label, but works great) Aladdin (Cardboard Box version Complete In Box) Contra Hard Corps (With Box no manual minor damage to the top part of label) Chakan: The Forever Man Dr. Robotnik’s Mean Bean Machine Ultimate Mortal Kombat 3 (Heavy fading all over the label) Earthworm Jim Primal Rage (have box and cart holder I thunk) Pac-Man 2: The New Adventures (BRAND NEW CARDBOARD RELEASE) Now I'm wanting around $115 for the lot just because there-are a few "rare" titles, but I'm open to offers. PM me if you have questions or offers or post here. If you're interested in a particular game lemmie know and I'll gave you a price on that specific game. Thanks
  3. Make an offer on anything or everything, even if it's just to pay for shipping on some of these items. I am moving and cleaning out a bunch of stuff I don't want or need. I don't want to throw this stuff away. I want everything out in the next day or two. I'm not sure if the virtual boy works, I think it did, no controller. The intellivision doesn't work. I only got it to work with Vegas Poker, other than that a green screen. The gameboy looking thing is a famiclone with a bunch of games. The thumb stick on one of the controller broke off. The gameboy pocket is missing the battery cover. All the games should work. I can't make any promises on the controller. I will also post a TI-99 with games and controller next, look for that post. Any questions, just ask
  4. I'm ordering 100 universal game cases, and being in Canada, it's costing me an arm and 2 legs for shipping, but I just can't find these up here for a decent price - I'm paying about $1.20 USD each when all is said and done. I don't need 100 pieces but this is the best per piece price I can find (if you live in Canada you can get 20 pieces for around 60 bucks on eBay). I only need a few, so I'm offering most of these to anyone here who is interested at $1.20 USD each plus actual shipping cost. If you need say 20 or more pieces we can talk discount. I'm not trying to make money, just cut my losses a bit. This deal is likely more enticing to my Canuck friends... These are the clear plastic cases which will fit several types of carts and they include a sleeve for your own personal cover art. I'm attempting to modify some of them to hold ColecoVision carts. Delivery could be a few weeks. Please send me a PM if interested. Thanks
  5. Sega Master System - For Parts + Four Controllers - $10.00 Shipped! Shell is busted. I don't have hookups to test with, so not sure of functionality.
  6. Up for sale are some asian consoles and games : Systems (I don't know their names so I will refer to them by their colors): -Red famiclone with built in games, 2 controllers and 4 games @ 35 $ -Green Famiclone with built in games 2 controllers and 4 games @ 35 $ Games : Famiclones @ 3$ (unless stated) : -B-wings -Captain Majed (Arabic name for Captain Tsubasu) Japanese language -Snowboarding Trick Eliminator boat duel -Super Tank-H (Battle city) -89 in1 @5$ includes :Adventure island , Galaxian , Battle city , Tetris -4 in [email protected]$ includes : Galga , Tetris , Mickey mouse ,Ninja 3. SEGA games @ 3$ : -Earth worm Jim 2 -King Salamon -Theme park -Block out -Urban strike -Boogerman X2 -Columns 3 -Rambo 3 -Bare knuckles 1 @ 5$ -Awesome possum 2 @ 5$ -Aladin -Alien [email protected] 5$ -Doom troopers @ 5$ -Rock and roll racing @ 5$ -the super shinobi -Quack shot @ 4$ -Tiny toons -sea quest -Bram stocker's dracula -world heroes -streets of rage 3 -dune 2:battle for arrakis -batman and robin @ 5 Famiclone computer software: -16 in 1 @ 5$ NES clones: NES clone (very rare) can play both NES and Famicom games.Bundle includes 2 NOS in box turbo controllers.Check pics. below.Asking price 50 $ Accessories : -controller extension cables for sega megadrive/genesis and snes @ 10 $ each -Vintron game converter @ 20 $ -Gameboy color car adapter @ 10 $ each -NES turbo controllers @ 20 $ (box contains 2 controllers) -XBOX 360 controller recharger NOS @ 10 $/piece -ps2 to wii controller converter NOS @ 10 $ -Megakey converter (megadrive to genesis game converter) @ 20 $
  7. This is a few years old, but it was just brought back to mind, and I thought I'd share it here. This has gone years without an update, but I heard the dev is now working on it some more, and there should be another update coming up. Wolfenstein 3D [fv11 fixed] (SEGA Genesis/MegaDrive) Tested and running perfectly on MD.emu and RetroArch on Android (Genesis Plus GX and PicoDrive cores), as well as KEGA Fusion on PC and PicoDrive on PSP. Link: http://www.mediafire.com/download/9wn79zv99lyr9k3
  8. Hey Guys, I have a prototype of Earl Weaver Baseball for Sega Genesis. I think the most interesting thing about it is the date stamped on the proto cart. Here's some background: Back in the early 90's I used to go to this local thrift store with my mom and occasionally buy Sega games when they had them. All of the games were relatively cheap maybe a few bucks at the time. I came across this weird looking thing pictured below. As a kid I'd never seen anything like it, played it a few times, didn't really pique my interest because at that age I was much more interested in fighting games. So it sat in my closet and collected dust. Fast forward 20 years later: Last week I cleaned out my storage unit and started feeling nostalgic looking through all of my neglected Sega Genesis games. I saw this one and noticed that it said "Preliminary Version". Then came the next stage RESEARCH. I've spent the past few weeks trying to learn as much as I could about Earl Weaver and Electronic Arts to try and shed some light on why this game was never released on any console. During that research I realized that the ROM for this game was never dumped, and no known prototypes existed. Could it be? Could I have the only one in the world? Hard to prove and even harder to find any written proof anywhere that this game should have existed. I went as far as contacted a former game designer for EA sports. He started working for EA in the Spring of 1992 assigned the task of developing the software of another baseball game that never made it to retail shelves "Baseball '93" based on the same engine as Earl Weaver. The interesting part: Eddie Dombrower one of the original creators of the game, stopped working for EA in 1992; he got tired of making baseball games. They hired on some new staff to work on Baseball 93, in 1992. Why were they still testing a game in early 1992 when they were already planning on starting a new series, the port to Genesis from home computer's must have been a lot more difficult than they anticipated. By this time Earl Weaver Baseball II was already released on DOS. In my communication with the designer from EA, he had no clue that this prototype ever existed, which I thought was strange since he started working there only a few months after this was burned to the cart. A lot of unanswered questions, but a great piece of Video Game and Baseball history. Earl Weaver Baseball was a revolutionary baseball game for its time and it was a shame that it officially made it to consoles. But here it is, the "missing link", ultra rare prototype of one of the best Baseball Games in gaming history. Never released, and never found until now. TLDR; I found a rare baseball game from 1992, and researched a lot to figure out how rare it was. Still cant find another copy anywhere. One of one?
  9. Hey guys, I have some more things for sale. PM me if interested. All items are in great condition and discs are scratch-free unless otherwise noted. General stipulations - - PayPal only (gifted/family/friends required if you are new/have little to no feedback here; normal payment is fine for anyone else). - I am shipping within the United States only. - Tight on cash now, so I can't guarantee any deals. Expect to pay actual shipping. I'll give you choice of First Class or Priority Mail where qualified. I generally prefer small flat-rate boxes where eligible. - My AtariAge and NintendoAge feedback links: http://atariage.com/forums/topic/156821-austin/ http://atariage.com/forums/topic/159877-austin/ http://nintendoage.com/index.cfm?FuseAction=Users.Feedback&User=Austin Dreamcast (all CIB) Sega Bass Fishing - $2 Giga Wing (Japanese import) - $18 House of the Dead 2 - $1 - Needs to be resurfaced professionally. Looks like someone used a consumer grade resurfacing machine on it, and it shows. Atari Jaguar (all loose) Raiden - $15 Sony PlayStation / PS1 (all CIB) True Pinball (Japanese import) - $5 Sega Saturn (all CIB, all Japanese imports) Virtual On - $5 (manual is in average condition) Darius Gaiden - $18 Sony PlayStation 2 / PS2 (all CIB) Final Fantasy X (Greatest Hits) - $3 Castlevania: Lament of Innocence *Limited Edition* big-box bundle (Japanese import) - $50 (not pictured) XBOX 360 (all CIB) The Outfit - $2 Kameo: Elements of Power - $2 Red Faction Guerrilla - $2 Gears of War - $2 Devil May Cry 4: Collector's Edition - $5 (tin case/slip cover/all three discs) Pinball Hall of Fame: The Williams Collection - $18 Otomedius Excellent - $5 Sony PlayStation Portable / PSP (all CIB) Untold Legends: Brotherhood of the Blade - $2 Patapon - $2 Every Extend Extra - $2 Wipeout Pure - $2 Nintendo Wii / Wii U (all CIB) Bayonetta (disc-only, originally came bundled with Bayonetta 2) - $10 Ultimate Shooting Collection - $9 Rayman Origins - $7 MadWorld - $3 Resident Evil 4 - $7 Geometry Wars Galaxies - $4 PS3/Sega CD/Misc SEGA CD - Sonic CD - Sega CDX pack-in version - Case and Disc - $9 Nintendo Game Boy Pocket system - Fully working. Screen has small scratches on it (can't really tell when a game is on/powered up). Back serial number label looks rough/worn. D-pad and buttons work very well. Sound fully working. Screen looks good. Batteries included. - $14
  10. with power supply and two third party 6-button controllers. Excellent shape. $60 + shipping. Street Fighter Turbo CIB included as well as Mortal Kombat 3 and two sports games of your choice.
  11. I looked some of the games up but there's so many from a number of systems that it became time consuming. I'm going to go with $5 a game but boxed shipping is a flat $3.50 for as many as you buy (in the US), 1 or all or anywhere in between. All have been tested unless noted. All Dreamcast, Xbox, 360 and PS2 games have manuals unless noted. Almost all these games have been previously owned before me and they are extras or from a lot so they aren't in the greatest of shape because some people don't know how to properly care for their toys (I hate that). My evaluation of a "clean" disc is no scratches, scuffs, pitting, etc except, on occasion, maybe the fewest, finest that can hardly be seen. I don't believe any have been resurfaced. All carts that have been cleaned by me are with 91% alcohol and medical grade polyurethane foam swabs (no linty Q-Tips). Some of the Dreamcast cases are listed as broke, that mainly refers to one or both tab holding the front plastic cover on the back. While cash will get me closer to Tempest, I'd consider trades but mainly looking for the SNES older arcade game carts (Atari Hits, Mr. Do!, Frogger, etc.). PM me if interested, I can supply more pictures on request too. Atari 2600 Q Bert - cart only, label wear, Pole Position - cart only Atari 5200 RealSports Baseball Intellivision NFL Football w/overlay Genesis Sonic 2 SNES Waialae Country Club and Top Gear - cart only Genesis Madden 95 - cart only and Madden 94 - comes with manual but the bottom tab inside is broke so the manual doesn't stay in correctly, Toy Story - cart only, Barbie Super Model - CIB, Tiny Toon Adventures Buster's Hidden Treasure - C/B XBox 360 Halo Anniversary Edition - some scratches. PS 2 Nascar Thunder 2004 - a couple of light scratches, Hitman 2 - some light scratches, Splinter Cell - clean, no manual, Soldier of Fortune Gold Ed. - clean, no manual, BMX XXX - some scratches, previous rental, comes in Blockbuster case with no manual, Agent Under Fire - a couple of scratches, Vietcong Purple Haze - clean, Way of the Samurai - light scratches, disc only in Blockbuster case with no manual or cover, Ghost Recon - case and manual look good but the disc looks like hell, it boots up but I didn't play it long, I'd throw it in with the lot if you want. PS2 Rocket Power Beach Bandits - some scratches, warped sleeve, Finding Nemo - clean, Harry Potter and The Chamber of Secrets - clean, and The Incredibles - couple of light scratches. I'll sell the lot for $15 + ship and toss in a disc-only copy of Guitar Hero II (not pictured). I might also have an extra 8 Meg memory card laying around to throw in too if interested. Dreamcast NFL 2K - few light scratches, NFL 2K1 - light scratches, broken case, NFL Blitz 2000 - some light scratches, NBA 2K1 - few scratches, World Series Baseball 2K1 - clean, 18 Wheeler - clean, broken case, Rippin Riders - clean, Sega Bass Fishing - clean N64 Rugrats in Paris The Movie - cart only Some manuals & overlays too. $2 for the overlays, $2 each for the manuals, shipping is $2.50 in a padded envelope. Bridge for the 2600 comes with the supplement book. Coleco Gorf & Smurf are the CBS versions. Super Star Wars, Dig Dug, Pac-Man, Ghost Manor, & Dodge 'Em are a little beat up but the rest are pretty nice, flat, and clean. Thanks for making it this far.
  12. Hello, I'm looking for an OEM AC adapter for the original Nintendo. I have the following OEM AC adapters available for trade (looking to trade 1:1): SNES Genesis model 2 Game Gear Please let me know if interested. I'm new to this board but you can check my feedback on eBay with this same user name. Thanks!
  13. I ended up getting two copies of Tanglewood, one that I opened and have enjoyed playing over the last few months and one that I left sealed, and I've decided to put the sealed copy up for sale or trade. SOLD!
  14. From the album: Flashback Console Hardware

    Reference picture of SEGA Geneis HD Flashback 2017 motherboard - Back.
  15. Rockman and Mega Man games, Japanese imports, complete in box games, bargain hunting, gaming magazines, trading cards, travel vlogs, I've got it all! http://www.youtube.com/user/mmf187
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    My retro entertainment center that contains the following systems: Atari 2600, NES, SNES, N64, Gamecube, NeoGEO AES, Sega Saturn, Sega Dreamcast, Sega Genesis (with CD and 32X), Turbo DUO, PS2, and X-Box.
  17. I was wondering if there was any interest for this 32x/genesis lot. It comes with whats in the picture plus all the nessesary cables for the hookups(not pictured). All boxed games are complete apart from after burner, Indiana Jones and scooby doo(game+box only for those). Can be sold as a lot or separate. Nothing wrong with anything, just don't really play it much so I figured some else would give it some love. Buyer pays shipping!!!!!! Discounts for multiple items purchased. If interested make an offer if my prices are off by pm. I'm pricing these by E-bay/a slight discount because I know E-bay is on the high end. Genesis model 2 + hookups(no games) = 20 + shipping Virtua Fighter(32x)= 5 + shipping Golf(32x) + manual + homemade box = 7 + shipping Virtua Racing(32x) = 5 + shipping Genesis games: After Burner 2 + box: 4 + shipping Primal Rage = 3 + shipping Addams Family = 3 + shipping Wheel of fortune + manual + box = 5 +shipping Winter Olympic games + manual + box = 5 + shipping James bond 007 + box + manual = 5 + shipping NFL 95 + box + manual = 4 + shipping The Lion King + manual + box = 5 + shipping Jurassic park + manual + box = 5 + shipping Sonic 2 = 3 + shipping Game Genie = 3 + shipping I'm looking for atari lynx games!!!!! I can buy them or trade for them! Lynx games I'm interested in: (pm me if you have ones not one this list! I hope for a complete lynx collection! Can be cartridge only!) -APB -basket brawl -batman returns -bill and teds excellent adventure -checkered flag -dirty Larry -electrocop -gauntlet -hard drivin' -hydra -Kung food -Bikini volleyball -Marlboro go! -nfl football -ninja garden 3 -PAC land -paperboy -pit fighter -rampage -road blasters -scrapyard dog -tournament cyberball
  18. Link to pictures below Here's a link to my inventory https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1dCJT3pHeUUF9dzB3BwMCbtYloNuqf7tgph6k8Reglvk/edit?usp=sharing Hey guys! I own a small retro store in Dracut, Ma called Bazaar Game Trading (Facebook.com/bazaargametrading) and being the only retro gaming store in the area that takes anything pre nes, I am seeming to run into a lot of really really cool stuff. I got an atari 400/800/xl/xe lot in recently, most CIB, most including ALL inserts, most having pristine beautiful labels, and I'm seeming to only find loose cart copies circulating for a lot of these. I have a variety of stuff though, please message me if you're interested in anything =D so, Message me by reply, private message, email- [email protected], or facebook message at facebook.com/bazaargametrading Thanks everyone! My pictures are uploaded on flickr at this address https://www.flickr.com/photos/[email protected]/
  19. Hey guys, I just got on atari age, but I own a store in Massachusetts, have a ton of different stuff, but I got in a lot of Atari 400/800 etc CIB real nice condition stuff in recently, most of it is still available =D Here's the Flickr link https://www.flickr.com/photos/[email protected]/ And here's a link to my inventory =] https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1dCJT3pHeUUF9dzB3BwMCbtYloNuqf7tgph6k8Reglvk/edit?usp=sharing
  20. Looking for the Japanese consoles listed in subject: Mega CD (front-loader) - NTSC-J 32X - NTSC-J Multi-Mega - NTSC-J (Japanese CD-X equivalent) PM or reply here, thanks!
  21. SERVICES All cost are quoted in USD shipping to and from me is not included. Shipping cost should be the same bolth ways. Discounts on multiple repairs or mods / systems sent at once. Atari Lynx recap $30 Lynx mcwill lcd mod installed with recap $165 add $25 for the vga port Jaguar sound repair $25 Neo-Geo AES Unibios 3.2 current $50 with chip in socket NESRGB $135 installed with mini din Add $20 for scart cable euro or jp NES Top loader $140 installed with mini din Add $20 for scart cable euro or jp Famicom RGB $155 installed with mini din add $20 for scart cable euro or jp Famicom AV RGB $140 installed with mini din Add $20 for scart cable euro or jp Sharp Famicom Twin RGB $150 with disk drive repair,cleaning and tuning. Includes RGB out from existing din output. Chose your output to Duo,neo,sega and use your existing cable or $20 for scart cable Turbo Express, PCE GT Recap with ceramic fixes no video audio $55 Region free HU Stealth Turbo Express, PCE GT $65 RGB mod Duo,Interface, Supergrafx $75 Add $20 for scart cable euro or jp Component out Duo,Interface, Supergrafx $75 Turbo Duo , PCE Duo Recap repair and laser scope $75 (New laser add $25) Region free HU mod (Everdrive compatible)Turbo Duo, PCE, Duo-R/ $75 Laseractive PAC-S10 Sega recap 99% replacement of capacitors with ceramic SMD $109 including a new battery with a new ez swap (1% is standard radial capacitor due to the cost of ceramic is $65 for just one cap) Laseractive PAC-S1 NEC Turbo / PCE recap 100% replacement of capacitors with ceramic SMD $80 Sega Nomad recap with ceramic $45 Game Gear $35 Nomad LCD mod $50 https://www.facebook.com/moditall/?fref=ts http://www.moditall.com All Systems come with 90 day warranty! Shipping and repair are fully covered for first 60 day's. Shipping after is half and half, parts and labor fully covered. Removal or defacing tamper seal will void any warranty.[/size]
  22. From March 19th to March 21st, there will be a kids consignment sale taking place at Community Fellowship Church at 612 Cohran Store Rd., Douglasville, GA 30134. There will be kids clothes galore, kid stuff, toys, loads of books for everyone, a bunch of movies (Both on VHS (rare & common) & DVD), a good bit of music (on cassette, CD, and Vinyl!), lots of video games on all systems (Atari 2600 Sears VCS, Nintendo NES, Nintendo Famicom (COMPLETE IN THE BOXES!!), Super Nintendo SNES, Super Famicom, Nintendo 64, Sega Genesis Mega Drive, Sega Dreamcast, Nintendo DS, Game Boy, Game Boy Color, Game Boy Advance, XBOX 360, PlayStation 3 PS3, PlayStation PS1, PlayStation 2 PS2 and lots more!! So put it on the schedule and when the time comes, come on out!!! See you then!! Hours: Preview (Wednesday night, must pay $5 to get in, all other days are free admission!!) - 7pm - 9pm Thursday - 8:30am - 7pm Friday - 8:30am - 7pm Saturday - 8:30am - 1pm
  23. The hardcover edition of my second book, Classic Home Video Games, 1985-1988, now goes for around $130 or more on Amazon, as you can see here: http://www.amazon.com/Classic-Home-Video-Games-1985-1988/dp/0786436603/ref=tmm_hrd_swatch_0?_encoding=UTF8&sr=&qid= Luckily, my third book, Classic Home Video Games, 1989-1990, is still in print in hardcover and sells for just $36. Get your copy while it's cheap!: http://www.amazon.com/Classic-Home-Video-Games-1989-1990/dp/0786441720/ref=pd_sim_sbs_b_2?ie=UTF8&refRID=0EZSPHZSTW6Z537PP8JB Thanks for reading!
  24. I'm trying to find a crate like the one in this auction, only without the sports games. http://rover.ebay.co...=item1c33a92f4b edit---- ended up making a deal with seller. 15 for the crate and the Sonic game plus 10 for shipping.
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