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  1. I got a handful of cheap Super Famicom games - some whose North American versions go for 40-50 times as much!
  2. Hi... I just purchased an "Atari ST 520" off of ebay for the first time "Ever"; I never really owned one before so I am a first time of one of these machines. I was wondering has anyone ever programmed Mode 7 style graphics on the Atari ST? I've posted picture of a demo of mode 7 on a Sega Genesis and wonder if anyone ever tried to pull it off on the ST yet? It sounds like a neat little project for somebody.
  3. I found a decent item for cheap at around 2004, a 3D Zero SNES controller adapter. At first it worked, for both a control pad as well as a fight stick. Then later I bought Pataank, and the 3D Zero didn’t work. It didn’t work with neither the SNES Pad nor fight stick. But the Goldstar 3DO controller and Panasonic fight stick work fine. Also I tested the daisy chaining abilities of the 3D Zero, it worked anywhere from Player 1/4 to Player 4/4. I know it can work with up to 8 people, but I don’t have 8 controllers. First of all, any 3D Zero owners notice an incompatibility with Pataank, or is it just mine? Second, can anyone name a 3DO game they have that doenst work with a 3D Zero? Finally, how do other SNES->3DO adapters work with their 3DO games, i especially what to hear about incompatible ones with 3D Zero, like Pataank?
  4. Like the title says, I'm looking for an US model Super Nintendo system in nice condition. By that I mean no yellowing, little in the way of scratching on top, both rubber feet on the bottom present, and an OEM power supply, composite cables, and a scratch-free OEM controller included. Price wise I'm up for paying around $60 to $65 shipped via PayPal, which seems to be what really nice looking Super Nintendos are going for on eBay at the moment. As far as games and accessories go I'd also be interested in a minty Super Advantage arcade stick and cart only copies of Star Fox, Doom, and The Legend of Zelda: A Link to the Past with mint labels, or perhaps the keys of Barad-dûr itself; along with the crowns of the seven kings and the rods of the five wizards. Okay, maybe I'm asking a little much with those last few, but suffice it to say condition is important to me. Thanks for taking the time to view my thread and just shoot me a PM if you're interested in selling.
  5. Hi all! This may end up being a boring read, but I thought I'd document my Super NT purchase in a Blog. Just a one off... Mainly because I'm going to pick the color at random. First, I've wanted an Analogue Super NT since they were first announced. SNES in HD here I come! For what it's worth (FWIW), when I could afford one, at first they were still in "Pre-Order" mode...Then they only had black. Then they appeared to be out of stock at one point when I had money so I bought a RetroN 77 instead, Which may have been a mistake...But That's another story. Now the MEGA SG (A sort of HD SEGA Genesis FPGA Console) will be coming out and I HAVE To HAVE one of Those too!!! Damn you Analogue! But, the MEGA SG is in "Pre-Order" mode now and will be coming out in April 2019, so I have time to save for that separately and get this (SUPER NT) NOW. Back when I was in college I bought a SNES in January of 1992 and then later bought a Sega Genesis, also in 1992, and that also marked the first time I bought a console that was Not the latest thing. I've Loved both ever since. I had an MGH (or Multi Game Hunter ) that worked for BOTH SNES and Genesis allowing me to put games on discs. I've also bought tons of games for each system. And now I have Everdrives too...Moving on. I'm picking the color of the console AT RANDOM. I thought it would make an interesting purchase and I'd document it here. Even if just a couple of people read it or comment, I'll be happy. Otherwise it's just for me and that's cool too They discontinued the transparent color (which I didn't want anyway) so there's 3 color choices: BLACK, CLASSIC, and SFC (SUPER FAMICOM). So initially I wanted CLASSIC....Purple and gray, Just like my SNES. FWIW, I still have my SNES from '92 plus a couple more in case one breaks (Perish the thought!)... Then when all they had available was BLACK, I set my sights on it... Now, with all color choices available to order I've given new thought to SFC because nobody really thinks about it and they'll likely be more rare, I assume. Not that I'm not really worried about rarity or anything. If I were to guess, I'd think Black was the most common since it seemed the most widely available, but that could also imply they sold out of the Classic color scheme quickly because of its popularity...So perhaps Black and Classic are the most common while SFC would be less popular here I'd predict, but bigger in Japan (as everyone matches their nostalgia with a color scheme haha)...The Transparent (See-Through) one, Now discontinued would be the rare one for collectors, but it was easily my least favorite anyway. And matching wireless controllers are available from 8BITDO for any color choice. So...Here's my thoughts currently: CLASSIC Matches my SNES and I've always liked that color scheme. BLACK Matches my soul and my PS2, plus my Retro Duo is black,... and my Vader 2600, my Black Dreamcast... Also might look neato parked next to my MEGA SG, once I get one of those (It will be mainly black). SFC Matches some SFC controllers I have and might be spiffy to be the oddball who goes for this choice, since I predict this one will be bigger in Japan. Below is a pic of the matching controllers, but from what I've read I assume (but don't know for certain) all of their controllers will work with the Super NT if you have the Retro Receiver...I think you can also use these on the SNES/NES Classic if you have the Classic Receiver (So I'll get a couple of those too)... OK SO now to trust in the RANDOM ENERGY of the Universe! (Skulls and Spidey are pretty Random ...Hmm so is Jango Fett...maybe next time) I do this often, for example, rolling dice to see which CD Comp I will listen to....Including randomly picking which spool of CDs, which disc and which song... I could just roll a die, but then the saga would end too quickly... What I'm going to do is this: Collect points for each color choice based upon die rolls and then the winner will be the first Color to a certain amount of points. I'll explain as I go... First the Winner will need X Amount of points. X will equal 3 dice rolled. I will Add them up. (Rolling 3 standard 6 sided dice now)... X = 2 + 1 + 4 = 7 The Winner needs 7 points! OK Now for each die roll the following COLOR gets a point: (I'll list the colors alphabetically) 1 BLACK 2 CLASSIC 3 SFC 4 BLACK 5 CLASSIC 6 SFC I'm making a Matrix below and will add one hashmark (Represented as "I") for each die roll until one color gets to 7 (For example, rolling a 2 would give CLASSIC a point. Does that make sense ? I hope so) Here goes Nothing! ***At this point I roll the dice, and tally the points until one color reaches 7 points*** BLACK CLASSIC SFC I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I And after all is said and done CLASSIC is The WINNER! There was a lot of back and forth that would not have been easy to put into a Blog (I didn't want to be too confusing), but before that final die roll, both Classic and SFC had 6 points... I am now going to order a CLASSIC SUPER NT!! And later on,... a Controller for the Super NT, A CollectorVision Phoenix, a MEGA SG ...And I should also keep saving to get out of debt haha... Thanks for reading!
  6. Hey all, I know I'm new here, but since I'm phasing out most of my collection, I figured I'd post here instead of just lurking like I usually do. I don't really post much when I'm on the AA forums, but I'm a long-time and established member on the Racketboy forums if y'all want to double check me. So I've finally decided to try to make myself downsize my collection somewhat and take more a curated approach rather than my typical "hoard everything that's a video game" attitude. With that said, below I have listed the things I've decided I'm willing to part with. If you're interested in anything, shoot me a PM. My asking prices are totes negotiable though keep in mind that they ARE shipped prices. I'm a pretty laid back dude, flexible dude, so don't hesitate to shoot me an offer. No stress either way. I am also more than happy to send pictures on request. More will be added later on. I'd prefer to stick with a $20 minimum to keep shipping costs for me reasonable, but I'm willing to negotiate on that. All games are NTSC-U unless otherwise stated. Unless otherwise stated, all cartridge games are in UGCs with printed artwork. Unless otherwise stated, all TurboGrafx-16/PC-Engine games will be in 3DS cases with printed artwork. Unless otherwise stated, all handheld games except Vita, DS, and 3DS will be in 3DS cases with printed artwork (DS and 3DS games are CIB). Unless otherwise stated, all disc games are CIB. NES/Famicom Famicom console w/ composite A/V mod (includes NES-to-FC adapter) - $60 Game Genie - $10 8 Eyes - $8 1943: The Battle of Midway - $12 Adventures of Lolo Al Unser Jr. Turbo Racing - $5 Alpha Mission - $7 Arkanoid - $12 Athena - $8 Attack of the Killer Tomatoes - $20 Bad Dudes - $5 Bandai Golf Challenge: Pebble Beach - $3 Batman - $8 Battletank - $8 Battletoads - $25 Battletoads/Double Dragon - $70 Bible Adventures - $10 Blades of Steel - $5 Blaster Master Bomberman - $15 Bugs Bunny's Birthday Blowout - $7 Castlevania Castlevania II - $10 Castlevania III Contra Chiller - $75 Conquest of the Crystal Palace - $18 Crystalis - $15 Deadly Towers - $5 Defender II - $5 Demon Sword - $8 Devil World (NTSC-J) - $12 Dick Tracey - $7 Digital Devil Story: Megami Tensei II (NTSC-J) - $15 Double Dragon - $10 Double Dragon II: The Revenge - $10 Double Dragon III: The Sacred Stones Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde - $15 Dragon Quest (NTSC-J) - $8 Dragon Quest II (NTSC-J) - $8 Dragon Quest III (NTSC-J) - $8 Dragon Quest IV (NTSC-J) - $8 Dragon Spirit - $8 Dragon Warrior - $7 Dragon Warrior II - $30 Dragon's Lair - $18 Duck Tales Dynowarz - $7 Excitebike - $8 Fantasy Zone - $20 Faxanadu - $8 Fester's Quest - $5 Final Fantasy Final Fantasy III (NTSC-J) - $10 Field Combat (NTSC-J) Front Line (NTSC-J) Galaga Gauntlet - $10 Gauntlet II - $8 Ghosts 'n' Goblins - $15 Gradius Gumshoe - $10 Hydlide - $7 Immortal - $10 Iron Tank - $7 Ironsword: Wizards and Warriors II - $7 Jaws - $5 Jeopardy! Junior Edition - $5 Karate Kid - $7 Kid Icarus - $20 Kirby's Adventure - $17 Legacy of the Wizard - $5 Legendary Wings - $8 Life Force - $12 Lode Runner - $10 Loopz - $8 McKids - $18 Mega Man - $60 Mega Man 4 Metal Gear Milon's Secret Castle - $8 Mission Impossible - $5 MLB - $5 The Mutant Virus - $28 Ninja Gaiden Ninja Gaiden II - $8 Othello - $5 Parodius! From Myth to Laughter (NTSC-J) - $20 Pinball Pro Wrestling - $8 RC Pro Am - $6 Rad Racer - $7 Rad Racer II - $8 Rambo - $7 Rampage - $10 Remote Control - $5 Rolling Thunder - $8 SD Gundam Gaiden: Knight Gundam Monogatari (NTSC-J) - $5 SD Gundam Gaiden: Knight Gundam Monogatari 3 - Densetsu no Kishi Dan (NTSC-J) - $5 SD Gundam: Gachapon Senshi 2 - Capsule Senki (NTSC-J) - $5 Splatterhouse: Wanpaku Graffiti (NTSC-J) - $30 Skull and Crossbones - $8 Sky Kid - $15 Smash TV - $10 Snake's Revenge Spy Hunter - $6 Star Soldier - $7 Star Tropics Street Fighter 2010: The Final Fight - $10 Super C Super Mario Bros/Duck Hunt - $5 Super Mario Bros/Duck Hunt/World Class Track Meet - $5 Super Mario Bros 3 (NTSC-J) - $12 Super Pitfall - $8 Taboo: The Sixth Sense - $7 Tag Team Wrestling - $6 Tecmo Baseball - $5 Tecmo Bowl - $8 Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles - $7 Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles II: The Arcade Game - $10 Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles III: The Manhattan Project - $25 Tetris (Tengen) - $60 Tetris (licensed) - $7 Tetris II - $8 Thunderbirds - $15 Thundercade - $7 Tiger-Heli - $5 Time Lord - $6 Tiny Toon Adventures - $10 To the Earth - $5 Top Gun - $5 Top Gun II: The Second Mission - $5 Track and Field II - $5 Venice Beach Volleyball - $10 Vindicators - $7 Wall Street Kid - $7 Wheel of Fortune - $5 Who Framed Roger Rabbit? - $8 Wizardry: Proving Grounds of the Mad Overlord Wizards and Warriors - $8 Wrestlemania - $7 Xenophobe - $5 Xevious (CIB but the box is in rather rough shape) - $8 Yo Noid! Yoshi - $7 Zoda's Revenge: Star Tropics II SNES/Super Famicom Game Genie - $12 The 7th Saga - $20 Battletoads in Battlemaniacs - $30 Bishoujo Senshi Sailor Moon (NTSC-J) - $18 Bishoujo Senshi Sailor Moon R (NTSC-J) Bishoujo Senshi Sailor Moon S: Kondo wa Puzzle de Oshiokiyo! (NTSC-J) - $15 Bishoujo Senshi Sailor Moon: Another Story (NTSC-J) - $30 Bubsy - $10 Chessmaster - $5 Chrono Trigger (NTSC-J) - $5 Clayfighter - $8 Clayfighter II: Judgement Clay - $12 Cool World - $10 Daisenryaku Expert (NTSC-J) - $5 Desert Strike - $8 Doom - $25 Dragon's Lair - $10 Drakkhen - $7 Earthbound - $165 Final Fantasy II - $35 Final Fantasy IV (NTSC-J) - $10 Final Fantasy Mystic Quest - $10 Final Fight - $15 F-Zero - $10 Great Battle II: Last Fighter Twin (NTSC-J) - $10 Killer Instinct - $12 Lagoon - $10 Majin Tensei (NTSC-J) - $8 Mario Paint (w/ mouse) Mario's Time Machine - $10 Mobile Suit Gundam: Cross Dimension 0079 (NTSC-J) - $8 Mortal Kombat II - $12 Mortal Kombat 3 - $12 NFL Quarterback Club - $5 Operation Thunderbolt - $60 Paperboy 2 - $8 Pilotwings - $8 Populous - $8 Radical Psycho Machine Racing - $5 Robocop vs. The Terminator - $15 SD Gundam Gaiden: Knight Gundam Monogatari - Ooinaru Isan (NTSC-J) - $5 Shaq Fu - $5 Sim City The Simpsons: Bart's Nightmare - $15 Speed Gonzalez: Los Gatos Bandidos - $8 Starfox - $12 Starfox 2 (repro) - $30 Stargate - $10 Super Battleship - $5 Super Castlevania IV - $35 Super Noah's Ark 3D - $115 Super R-Type - $15 Super Star Wars: The Empire Strikes Back - $12 Super Tennis - $5 Super Troll Islands - $15 Super Tecmo NBA Basketball - $5 Tales of Phantasia (NTSC-J) - $18 Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles IV: Turtles in Time - $45 Teenage Mutant Ninja Tournament Fighters - $15 Top Gear - $8 Toy Story - $8 Tuff E Nuff - $8 Unholy Night: The Darkness Hunter (CIB) - $25 Ys III: Wanderers from Ys - $15 Nintendo 64 Gameshark (it's finicky, but it works) - $20 007 Goldeneye - $20 007 The World is not Enough - $10 Beetle Adventure Racing - $10 Blast Corps - $10 Bomberman 64 - $20 Castlevania (CIB) - $30 Clayfighter 63 1/3 - $15 Command and Conquer - $10 Conker's Bad Fur Day Cruisin' USA - $10 Diddy Kong Racing - $15 Doom 64 - $20 Duke Nukem Zero Hour - $12 Earthworm Jim 3D - $25 Gauntlet Legends - $30 Glover - $8 Jeopardy! - $8 Jet Force Gemini - $8 Killer Instinct Gold - $17 Kirby 64: The Crystal Shards - $25 Knife Edge Nose Gunner - $8 Mission Impossible - $5 Mortal Kombat Mythologies: Sub-Zero - $10 NBA Courtside - $5 NFL Blitz - $10 Pokemon Snap (Blockbuster sticker on cart) - $8 Off Road Challenge - $10 Perfect Dark - $10 Powerpuff Girls: Chemical X-Traction - $10 Quake - $10 Quest 64 - $12 Rampage: World Tour - $15 Rampage 2: Universal Tour - $18 Rayman 2: The Great Escape - $12 Sin and Punishment (NTSC-J) - $40 Star Wars Episode I Racer - $7 Star Wars: Rogue Squadron - $10 Star Wars: Shadows of the Empire - $10 Starfox 64 - $18 Super Smash Bros (NTSC-J) - $15 Tony Hawk's Pro Skater Turok 2: Seeds of Evil - $7 Twisted Edge - $5 Wave Race 64 - $8 WCW/NWO Revenge - $5 WF Warzone - $5 Gamecube Donkey Kong: Jungle Beat [DK Bongos Bundle] - $35 Enter the Matrix - $5 Tony Hawk Pro Skater 4 - $6 Worms Blast Switch Doom - $40 Snipperclips Plus - $25 Gameboy Bart Simpson's Escape from Camp Deadly - $8 Battletoads - $12 Castlevania: The Adventure - $12 Castlevania II: Belmont's Revenge - $25 Final Fantasy Legend - $13 Harvest Moon GB - $13 Killer Instinct - $7 Knight Quest NBA Jam - $5 Tecmo Bowl - $6 TMNT: Fall of the Foot Clan - $8 Tetris - $8 Tetris II - $7 Gameboy Color Gameshark - $20 Commander Keen - $10 Dragon Warrior Monsters 2: Cobi's Adventure - $18 Earthworm Jim: Menace 2 the Galaxy - $10 Lego Island 2: The Brickster's Revenge - $7 Perfect Dark - $8 Test Drive 6 - $7 Tony Hawk Pro Skater - $5 Vegas Games - $3 Gameboy Advance Dragonball Z: The Legacy of Goku - $6 Final Fantasy Tactics Advance - $15 Golden Sun - $15 Onimusha Tactics - $13 Sigma Star Saga - $20 Sonic Advance (label is gone) - $5 Super Mario Advance 4 - $12 DS Final Fantasy III - $13 Final Fantasy IV - $22 Shin Megami Tensei: Devil Survivor - $17 3DS Batman: Arkham Origins - Blackgate - $10 Code of Princess - $27 Donkey Kong Country Returns 3D - $15 Final Fantasy Explorers - $12 Mega Man Legacy Collection - $13 Pinball Hall of Fame: The Williams Collection - $27 Poochy and Yoshi's Woolly World - $25 Sega 3D Classics Collection - $13 Shantae and the Pirate's Curse - $20 Xenoblade Chronicles 3D - $42 TurboGrafx-16/PC-Engine (All CIC) TurboGrafx-16 console with composite A/V mod; includes Kieth Courage in Alpha Zones (CIB) - $200 Alien Crush - $32 Blazing Lasers - $50 Dragon Spirit (NTSC-J) - $25 Final Soldier (NTSC-J) - $55 Galaga '88 (NTSC-J) - $35 Kung Fu (NTSC-J) - $25 Legendary Axe - $38 Legendary Axe II - $45 Power Golf - $15 R-Type I (NTSC-J) - $25 R-Type II (NTSC-J) - $35 Side Arms - $25 Space Harrier (NTSC-J) - $30 Splatterhouse - $70 Victory Run - $15 CD System Card 3.0 (NTSC-J) (card only) - $20 PC Engine CD (all are in DVD cases; all but Ys III and Ys IV have printed artwork) PC Engine CD system with interface unit and CD System Card 2.0 (CIB) - $300 Alzadick - Summer Carnival '92 (repro) - $15 Kisou Louga (CIC) - $25 Uchuu Senkan Yamato (CIC) - $30 Ys Book I & II - $70 Ys III: Wanderers from Ys - $75 Ys IV: The Dawn of Ys (CIC) - $15 Master System After Burner - $8 Altered Beast - $7 Alex Kidd: High Tech World - $20 Alex Kidd: The Lost Stars Alien Syndrome - $8 Choplifter Double Dragon - $10 Fantasy Zone - $20 Fantasy Zone II - $22 Global Defense (CIB) - $10 Outrun - $7 Phantasy Star (CIB) - $80 R-Type (CIB) - $17 Rambo Shanghai - $5 Space Harrier - $7 Ys: The Vanished Omens (CIB) - $70 Genesis StoneAgeGamer PowerBase Mini (CIB) - $35 Game Genie - $13 Alex Kidd: The Enchanted Castle (CIB) Boogerman (CIB) - $28 Divine Sealing (NTSC-J) [fairly certain it's a bootleg) - $30 Double Dragon V: Shadow Falls - $10 Earthworm Jim Ecco the Dolphin - $7 Gauntlet IV Ghouls 'n' Ghosts - $25 Lethal Enforcers - $7 Math Blaster - $7 MUSHA (CIB) - $500 Mutant League Hockey - $35 NBA Jam T.E. - $10 Phantasy Star II - $17 Pitfall: The Mayan Adventure (CIB) - $12 Spider-Man/X-Men: Arcade's Revenge - $8 Streets of Rage (CIB) Super Hydlide - $13 Super Street Fighter II - $12 Vectorman 2 - $10 32X Cosmic Carnage - $12 Knuckles Chaotix - $63 Metal Head - $10 Mortal Kombat II - $23 NBA Jam T.E. Star Wars Arcade (CIB) - $20 Virtua Fighter - $13 Virtua Racing Deluxe - $9 Zaxxon's Motherbase 2000 Atari 2600 Adventure - $12 Air-Sea Battle - $5 Artillery Duel/Chuck Norris Superkicks - $10 Asteroids - $5 Atlantis - $3 Barnstorming - $5 Beat 'Em and Eat 'Em (with faux leather case) - $60 Berzerk - $3 Bowling - $3 Canyon Bomber - $3 Carnival - $3 Chopper Command - $4 Circus Atari - $3 Combat - $3 Custer's Revenge (CIB) - $115 Defender - $3 Dig-Dug - $8 Dolphin - $5 Donkey Kong - $4 ET - $5 Football - $2 Frogger - $4 Frogs and Flies - $4 Frostbite - $12 Galaxian - $5 Grand Prix - $5 Halo 2600 (with manual) - $25 Haunted House - $3 Human Cannonball - $3 International Soccer - $3 Kaboom - $6 Laser Blast - $4 Mario Bros - $10 Megamania - $5 Missile Command - $5 Ms. Pac-man - $4 Oink - $7 Pac-man - $4 Pheonix - $3 Pitfall - $6 Pole Position - $4 Pong Sports - $8 Qbert - $5 Raiders of the Lost Ark - $3 Rampage - $18 Reactor - $3 River Raid - $6 Roc 'n' Rope - $12 SeaQuest - $6 Shark Attack - $7 Sneak 'n' Peak - $5 Space Invaders - $4 Star Raider - $4 Star Master - $5 Super Breakout - $3 Swordquest Earthworld - $4 Tutankham - $4 Vanguard - $3 Venture - $4 Video Pinball - $3 Warlords - $3 Word Zapper - $3 Worm War I - $6 Yars' Revenge - $3 Atari 5200 (no controller overlays) Centipede - $3 Counter-measure - $6 Dig-Dug - $6 Frogger - $5 Galaxian - $3 Joust - $10 Jungle Hunt - $5 Missile Command - $3 Ms Pac-man - $5 Pac-man - $5 Pitfall - $15 Pole Position - $4 Robotron 2084 - $10 Space Dungeon - $8 Space Invaders - $6 Star Raiders - $5 Super Breakout - $4 Atari 7800 Hat Trick (CIB) - $5 Karateka - $3 RealSports Baseball (CIB) - $8 Playstation 2Xtreme - $5 Die Hard Trilogy - $12 Final Fantasy Anthology - $15 Final Fantasy Chronicles - $12 Final Fantasy Origins - $10 Resident Evil (NTSC-J) - $10 Playstation 2 (take any or all of the Guitar Hero games free if you spend $30+) Guitar Hero - $5 Guitar Hero II - $3 Guitar Hero Encore: Rock the 80s - $5 Mobile Suit Gundam: Journey to Jaburo (NTSC-J) - $13 Resident Evil: Code Veronica X - $8 Star Wars: Episode III - Revenge of the Sith - $5 Tekken 4 - $8 Tony Hawk's Underground 2 - $8 Unreal Tournament - $7 Playstation 3 Beyond Two Souls (steelbook) - $13 Bioshock - $7 Bioshock 2 - $5 Bioshock Infinite Limited Edition - $30 Civilization Revolution - $10 Dead Island - $5 Dead Space 2 Limited Edition - $7 Diablo III - $7 Disgaea 3: Absence of Justice - $8 Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim - $5 The Last of Us - $8 Rage - $7 Remember Me - $7 Resident Evil 5 - $5 Resident Evil 6 - $8 Uncharted: Drake's Fortune - $5 Uncharted 2: Among Theives - $5 Uncharted 3: Drake's Deception - $5 Unreal Tournament III - $5 Valkyria Chronicles - $8 Playstation 4 Absolver - $35 Alien: Isloation - $12 Caladrius Blaze (RoK) - $40 Diablo III - $18 Elder Scrolls Online (PAL) (sealed) - $10 Hotline Miami (NTSC-J) - $40 Hyperlight Drifter - $60 Jackbox Party Pack - $23 Killing Floor 2 - $20 Rise of the Tomb Raider 20 Year Celebration - $20 Rocket League - $18 Saints Row IV - $12 Shadow Warrior - $10 Tomb Raider - $16 XCOM 2 - $18 Yooka-Laylee - $13 Zombi (PAL) - $30 Zombie Army Trilogy (PAL) - $25 Playstation Vita Claire: Extended Edition [Limited Run Games] - New and still sealed - $40 Xbox Grand Theft Auto 3 - $5 Grand Theft Auto San Andreas - $8 Grand Theft Auto Vice City - $7 Half-life 2 - $7 Jade Empire - $10 Shenmue II - $12 The Simpsons: Road Rage - $7 The Sims 2 - $5 Spongebob Squarepants: Battle for Bikini Bottom - $15 Spongebob Squarepants: Lights, Camera, Pants - $7 Star Wars: Episode III - Revenge of the Sith - $7 Star Wars: Jedi Knight II - Jedi Outcast - $13 The Urbz: Sims in the City - $8 Xbox 360 Bayonetta - $10 Dark Souls - $8 Darksiders - $6 Dragon Age: Origins (Ultimate Edition) - $20 Dragon Age II - $9 Minecraft - $12 Perfect Dark Zero - $5 Saints Row 2 - $8 Xbox One For Honor - $15 Neo Geo AES System - $400 MagicKey MVS converter - $175 NAM-1975 (CIB) - $80 NeoGeo MVS Aero Fighters 2 - $45 Blazing Star - $150 Double Dragon - $40 Metal Slug - $65 Metal Slug 2 - $75 Metal Slug 3 - $60 Metal Slug 4 - $40 Metal Slug 5 - $200 Metal Slug X - $60 Samurai Shodown - $35 "Metal Slug 6" (bootleg) (shockbox with printed artwork) - $25
  7. I'm looking for a legitimate set of S-Video cables that will work on the SNES, N64 and GC. From the reviews I am reading on various sites some cheaper S-Video cables are actually just a passthrough for a composite signal. No! What is the point of that. Below are a set that I found on Amazon and appear to be pretty cheap and actually put out an S-Video signal. Can anyone confirm that based on the listing? If not is there another set somewhere you can confirm are legitimate S-Video signal cables in the Nintendo output style? My application is for an SNES mini and N64 being hooked up to my CRT with S-Video inputs. I have found S-Video looks great and is the best way to get a decent picture out of your system without resorting to mods (which I often do anyway, lol) https://www.amazon.com/dp/B00LE3EAIK/?coliid=I1LBKDS0R8LAYR&colid=3C9JYID8UW0H3&psc=0&ref_=lv_ov_lig_dp_it
  8. 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
  9. I live in a country where most of the NES games you'd buy were pirated (cheap Chinese knockoffs that had hundreds and sometimes thousands of games.) Although that was the perfect way to get to know games that were never released officially by Nintendo here, I simply detest to collect pirated games, so over the years I started amassing a collection with the real thing. A few days ago, I came across a post on Facebook of someone selling a lot with 9 SNES and Famicom games. I have no experience with the console, since it was never officially released here, so I wanted to check with some of you before making an offer. I really want to get those games because you never find them where I live, so that solves paying to ship those games, but I want to make sure they are the real thing and that I'm not paying my hard earned money for nothing. How do I detect pirated games? Oh, I'd also appreciate it if you could tell me how much you'd pay for them. Thanks in advance!!! These are the games: Batman Returns, Super Street Fighter (Super Famicom), Mortal Kombat, Mortal Kombat 2, Sonic Blast Man (Super Famicom), Clay Fighter, Taz-Mania, Demolition Man and Daffy Duck: The Marvin Missions.
  10. I updated the firmware to 1.8 this afternoon and tested it out. It works beautifully!
  11. In today's video, I'm bringing some exposure to new AtariAge releases as well as some others in the retro community. GAMES SHOWN: Justice Duel (NES) - https://megacatstudios.com/ Super Cobra Arcade (Atari 2600) - https://atariage.com/store/index.php?l=product_detail&p=1106 Sydney Hunter & the Caverns of Death (SNES) - http://collectorvision.com Cowlitz Gamers 2nd Adventure (NES) - http://www.mteegfx.com/cowlitz Assembloids 2600 (Atari 2600) - https://atariage.com/store/index.php?l=product_detail&p=1094 Creepy Brawlers (NES) - https://megacatstudios.com/ I have to say I'm extremely impressed with Assembloids 2600. Really fun puzzle game! Anybody else play it?
  12. Granted, I had to use an emulator on my phone, but it still technically counts. XD Now where to find the second game...?
  13. I'm still narrowing down my collection to the things I really want to own. I just can't help but pick up things in the wild. Everything has a price, but I'm happy to negotiate. I like to trade, so if you have a trade list, or a few pictures of stuff you would like to trade I'd like to look. I do have somethings listed in my signature, but that is just what comes to mind as I'm looking at that page. Like most of us, I don't always know what I want until I see it . I'm always interested in those "How to Win at" books, video game magazines, Codemaster books, and the like from the SNES/Genesis era back. If you would like to see more images, or have questions please don't hesitate to ask. Everything here is tested and working as it should. Images are below the wall of text, more to come as I get to test to confirm everything is working. Next Up: Intellivision. Prices do not include shipping. Colecovision Console: $50.00 (1 controller works great, the other has a iffy fire button, original power supply, no video cable included) Expansion Module 1: $15 Cosmic Avenger: $13 Buck Rogers Planet of Zoom: $5 Zaxxon: $4 Centipede: $7 (no end label) Donkey Kong Jr: $6 Donkey Kong: $6 Venture: $4 War Room: $4 Mr. Do: $6 Time Pilot: $7 Lady Bug: $5 Destructor: $8 Popeye: $6 Sega Saturn Doom: $20 (disk only) WWF Wrestlemania The Arcade Game: $16 (disk only) Alien Trilogy: $15 (disk only) Mortal Kombat II: $17 (disk only) Daytona USA Championship Edition: $13 (disk only) Guardian Heroes NTSC-J: $40 Pocket Fighter NTSC-J: $30 King of Fighters 95 NTSC-J: $10 (missing back art) Space Invaders NTSC-J: $8 After Burner II NTSC-J: $10 Fighting Vipers NTSC-J: $10 Sega Rally Championship 1995 NTSC-J: $15 Japan Super Bass Classic 96 NTSC-J: $5 Virtua Fighter 2 NTSC-J: $7 Find Love NTSC-J: $15 Fighters Megamix NTSC-J: $5 NES Top Gun Second Mission: $4 Skate of Die: $4 The Legend of Zelda Gold Cart: $15 (see image, color fading?) The Adventure of Link Gold Cart: $10 (see image, color fading?) Ninja Giaden: $10 Q Bert: $9 Bubble Bobble: $18 SNES Super Mario World: $9 (see image, ink on front, light name on back) The Lord of the Rings: $10 Sim City: $7 Populous: $4 Gradious III: $25 (in box, no instructions, some other paperwork) N64 Mortal Kombat Trilogy: $30 (in box with instructions) NFL Quarterback Club 98: $6 (in box with instructions, and Extreme-G poster) Cruisn' USA: $16 (in box, no instructions, sticker on back of cart) [/url]
  14. All Found, Thank You! While I wait on the Colecovision---, my Payday is coming up again on the 2nd so looking into prices on some things and maybe hoping to make a deal! Some general notes I have when I look at buying consoles. I don't mind ugly consoles when it comes to physical condition (Missing labels. Torn of decorative metal bars, etc.), all I care about is: If it stays together and if it works well and say, doesn't need to be given a minor fonzi poke to run (Hitting it, etc.). Though I do expect said condition to be taken into account when suggesting a price. (In either direction!). When I ask 'and some games' I'm not /picky/ though (So this may be a good chance to sell some games you'd have trouble selling otherwise I guess? Idk!) I do prefer action/adventures/shumps/platformers/arcade games and don't care for sports much however. An Atari 7800 + Hookups and some Games Basically, as it says. Looking for an Atari 7800, It's hookups + at least one original controller for it (The Proline) and a few games. Common games are fine just as long as they work-- but I DO want 7800 specific games, since I have enough 2600 games for now. Deal Made! A Super Nintendo + Hookups and some Games. I consider this less of a priority than the 7800, but still looking for it as a key point of rebuilding my old collection. Looking for the system, it's hook ups. (AV Cable preferred. Will accept RF just fine.) at least one controller (can be third party, as long as it works.) and some games. Intellivison Games I'm specifically looking for someone who might sell me some games in a small bundle at a good price. The current games I currently have (and therefore, not interested in) are listed on my collection page in this link here under 'Intellivision Games'. There are some games I'm specifically looking for, Mainly, Nightstalker, Space Armada, Astrosmash and Pac-Man- though I'd be interested in seeing what others you might have.Deal Made! As I said, I get paid on the 2nd, so any closing of deals would need to wait until then, Please make a monetary offer, and we can work from there! Wanting to hear offers. PMs welcome. Links to what you have for sale welcome, etc, etc. It's all good. Worse comes to worse we can't agree and no hard feelings because that's how deals work sometimes~. Thanks for your time!
  15. Cleaned, polished, tested, working, and PRICES ARE SHIPPED. Feel free to bundle! I prefer cash or trading a bundle of my stuff for one or two items of similar value. Much love, folks. Thanks for all the games you've given a good home thus far ________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ NES: Dragon Warrior (in clamshell case) - $12 Metroid (Yellow Label/in clamshell case) - $20 NES OEM controller - $10 Nintendo OEM NES clamshell protective cases (not pictured, about 15 in total) - $5 apiece SNES: Donkey Kong Country 3 - $25 SOLD Final Fantasy II - $40 Gradius III (manual only) - $10 Mario Paint w/ manual - $10 MLBPA Baseball - $6 Mortal Kombat - $15 Pilotwings - $15 Secret of Mana 2 (PAL Reproduction) - $40 Super Mario All-Stars w/ manual - $25 Star Ocean (Reproduction Cart) - $55 Super Metroid - $40 Super Street Fighter 2 - $20 Terranigma (Repro) - $40 AC Adaptor (3rd Party) - $7 N64: Donkey Kong 64 w/ manual and paperwork - $22 (no custom case, can be created if requested) GameShark Pro V3.3 - $35 Goldeneye 007 w/ manual - $25 Mario Kart 64 - $35 Mario Tennis w/ manual - $25 Perfect Dark (Factory Sealed) - $45 Star Wars Episode I Racer w/ manual and paperwork - $13 Super Smash Bros. (CIB) - $90 N64 AC Adapter (3rd Party) - $11 Gamecube: Hello Kitty: Roller Rescue (missing manual) - $12 Hitman 2 - $10 Mario Party 5 - $45 Lego Star Wars - $8 Controllers: Interact SuperPad Black - $14 Mad Catz MicroCon Black - $17 Nyko AirFlo w/ built-in fan - $18 Game Boy Advance: Action Replay GBA (missing logo) - $60 Game Boy Advance Cobalt Blue (battery fully functional, no charger) - $35 Game Shark SP (CIB w/manual, CD rom, USB cable, and promo card) - $180 Pokémon Sapphire (cart only with Nyko protective case, needs new battery) - $17 Wii: Epic Mickey - $8 Naruto Shippuden: Clash of Ninja Revolution 3 - $15 Super Paper Mario - $15 Tales of Symphonia: Dawn of the New World - $15 Wii console box (complete with manual and all inserts/bags/cardboard) - $20 Sega Genesis: (Custom case games in top row, original case/CIB games in bottom row) Alien Storm (game only in custom case) - $20 Bulls Vs. Blazers (Game, new case, all original inserts) - $8 Cool Spot (game in original case) - $13 Mortal Kombat 3 (CIB) - $20 NBA Jam (CIB) - $15 Phantasy Star IV (game only in custom case) - $45 Shaq Fu (game only in custom case) - $8 Sonic the Hedgehog (game and Sega Classic Box) - $15 Super Baseball 2020 (game and original case) - $15 Wayne’s World (game only in custom case) - $13 OEM Genesis 3-Button Controller - $14 Sega Saturn: High Frequency Controller - $15 Daytona USA - $8 Dragon Force - $75 SOLD Fighters Megamix (JAP manual only) - $5 Nights Into Dreams (US Not for Resale Version CIB) - $28 Pebble Beach Golf Links (game, custom case, original back insert and manual, no longbox case) - $8 Sonic R - $35 Virtua Cop (US Not for Resale Jewel Case Version) - $13 Virtua Cop (game and custom case) - $10 Virtua Fighter (US Not for Resale Version CIB) - $15 Imports (CIB except where noted): Astal - $55 Last Bronx - $25 Magical Hoppers - $25 Nights Into Dreams (Game only) - $12 Street Fighter Zero 2 Dash (Satakore) - $80 Sega Dreamcast: Dreamcast Magazine Vol. 4 and 11 in custom cases - $6 each Phantasy Star Online I case only - $6 Virtual On: Oratorio Tangram JAP (Manual Only) - $5 Web Browser 1.0 - $6 XBOX: Original Xbox (console only, untested) - $35 Tetris Worlds/Star Wars: The Clone Wars CIB (includes Xbox Live Trial Promo Card) - $6 Miscellaneous (PS1, PS2, DS): Diddy Kong Racing DS (Case and Game) - $13 Enter the Matrix Player's Guide - $5 NBA Live 2003 CIB (includes NBA Livestyle soundtrack) - $6 Spyro: Year of the Dragon CIB (Greatest Hits) - $23
  16. hello guys. I'm selling my projects to fund the improvements for my house. I do this kind of projects to repair my house. I live in a old house made by my grandfather, it need some repairs and this is the way I got funding. I had made the Nintoaster (with original hardware) the Atari 2600 with windows 7 system autoboot directly to emulation. (no need to click a mouse or keyboard. ) please see the ebay links thank you for your support. Regards Nintoaster https://www.ebay.com...984.m1558.l2649 Atari 2600 https://www.ebay.com...984.m1558.l2649
  17. With the Super NT coming out... I got some items to sell. Framemeister Bundle $280 shipped (SOLD) SNES bundle $90 shipped (SOLD) EDIT - Hot damn that went fast! THANKS FOR PLAYING!
  18. Hi all... VERY VERY long shot here, but i'm looking to put some of my systems away and want to get the boxes they originally came in. I'm looking for... SNES (Gen 1) - FOUND!!! Genesis (Gen 2) 32X Dreamcast Jaguar Atari STFM or E PS1 (Gen 1) PS2 - FOUND!!! Cardboard or styro inserts would be a huge plus, manuals and other media not important. Really hoping someone can help! Thanks for reading!!!
  19. Unboxing and first impressions of the playability of this brand new Super Famicom 1 on 1 fighter!! Released today - April 10th 2017
  20. It took me a long time to rebuild the files and edit part two, but it's finally here!
  21. Possibly the best thing I've ever owned since my Atari 7800 flash cart (which broke sadly and I never got around to fixing - because I'm afraid I'd break it even more trying to fix - the cart slot slipped and fell into it).
  22. After getting advice (from here), I am going to list my collection here in the marketplace. I am going to sell everything individually. Make me an offer. I want to be fair. PM me if you are interested. You can check my seller history on eBay here. **everything that has a strikethrough is sale pending or sold** SNES games Donkey Kong Country Donkey Country 2 NBA JAM Tournament Edition The Legend of Zelda A Link To the Past Super Mario All Stars and Super Mario World Star Fox TMNT 4 Turtles in Time Castlevania 4 Natsume Championship Wrestling NHL 95 Super Return of the Jedi Pebble Beach Golf Links Super R-Type NBA Live 95 Clayfighter Aladdin Wrestlemania Pilotwings Mortal Combat 3 Killer Instinct NCAA Basketball Animaniacs Batman Returns Batman Forever Super Famicom games Super Bomberman 3 Chomakimura (Super Ghouls and Ghosts) Fzero Nes games Tengen Tetris Tengen Pac Man Klax Mike Tyson's Punch out Double Dribble Commando Roadblasters Days of Thunder Pro Wrestling Ghosts and Goblins RoboCop Genesis games Ayrton Senna's Super Monaco GP Ayrton Senna's Super Monaco GP 2 Cool Spot Sonic the Hedgehog Sonic the Hedgehog 2 Out of this World Streets of Rage 2 Batman Returns Road Rash NHL 94 Virtua Racing Gameboy games Faceball Motocross Maniacs Pacman Mickey's Dangerous Chase Boxxle Killer Instinct Gameboy Color games Conker's pocket tales R-type DX Gameboy Advance games Final Fantasy iV (Might be counterfeit) The Legend of Zelda the Minish Cap (might be counterfeit) Golden Sun Iridion 3D Gauntlet / Rampart Namco Museum Arcade Advance Super Monkey Ball Atari Aneversary Advance Tony Hawk Pro Skater 2 Rayman Retron 5 System with 2 original SNES control pads, one 3 button Genesis Pad and one 6 button Genesis pad (also has power brick, bluetooth controller and SD card with game genie cheats) Not sure if the bluetooth Retron controller works correctly.
  23. (I also posted this on Nintendoage) I am looking to sell most all of my videogame collection. Most of it just sits around not being played. Now on to the hard part. I don't know what to do. I want to get a good price for all of it, but I don't want to rip anyone off. What would all this be worth? Do I need to sell it here, or on Ebay? I don't think I want to part it out. I want to just sell it off in one big lot...I think. Help!
  24. Need more room in my house, and money for drugs and booze. These things don't get used much. They must go. I have a lot more I will list, but I kind of want to get the MVS stuff out there first because it will be the hardest to find a buyer for. If you see something here you like, let me know and I can get you more information on it, please feel free to make offers on anything. I'm not really looking to get into pricing everything and trying to nickle and dime everything, I'm trying to get some of this out of my man cave and spread the love. I built a large chunk of my collection here, so I'm hoping to find new owners here first.
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