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  1. This photo is actually from 2017 but (surprisingly) my collection hasn't changed that much. I am casing CIB NES and SNES games now and I have more Sega CD games than what's pictured. But this is still pretty much how it looks. I have a lot more photos up on my Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/retromegabit/
  2. Hi everyone, I am new here, and this is my first post, but I was wondering what you guys would consider the best console emulator for playing NES, SNES, Sega, and maybe PlayStation? I got an atGames Legends Flashback console from a friend for Christmas and have been enjoying NES and Sega Genesis games, but it doesn't have SNES support which is what I want mostly. I was thinking of upgrading to an all around retro game console emulator if such a thin exists. Any suggestions are welcome! Thank you, -J&C
  3. I've got 14 consoles, and I'm looking at getting an Extron Crosspoint to connect all of them too. My Atari and CV would run S-Video to BNC, while the rest of my consoles would be SCART to BNC. I'd then run component to my plasma. I'm also looking to find an SLG HD to get scanlines in component (if I can find one now). Besides cables, do I need any other devices to complete this setup?
  4. I'm thinking about buying an SNES and I'm not sure what I should pay. I'm not looking for anything in the box. I just don't want any sort of yellowing on it or chipping and the power adapter port intact. I'm looking for all the connections and with at least 1 controller. Ideas? Just curious.
  5. OK so i have a few items I'd love to re-home and I know there's a collector somewhere here. PICS BELOW (most). All items tested. SHIPPING INCLUDED (w/ tracking) IN PRICE FOR U.S. residents. I will ship to Canada for an additional charge...All i'm asking is fees paid via PP, ty. SNES: Super Castlevania IV (cart + manual) $56. SOLD Contra III (cart + manual) $55 SOLD Sunset Riders (C/B w/ all inserts) $172 SOLD Super Bomberman (cart) WITH Hudson Multitap $72 SOLD Wolfenstein 3D (cart) $38 TRADED PS1: Castlevania Symphony of the Night WITH OFFICIAL BRADY GUIDE BOOK $75 SOLD SATURN: Three Dirty Dwarves (cib) $95 SOLD Die Hard Arcade (cib) $75 TRADED SEGA CD: Sonic CD (cib vg) $30 Heimdall (CIB) $30 SEGA GENESIS: Pirates of Dark Water (C/B) $40 NEO GEO POCKET COLOR: (all cart w/ case) $15/ea or 3/$40 Dark Arms: Beast Buster 1999 Fatal Fury: First Contact King of Fighters R-2 GAMECUBE/Wii/DS: Pokemon Colosseum (cib) $45 SOLD Pokemon Battle Revolution (Wii) NEW $75 Mario Party 4 (cib) $34 My World, My Way (cart) $25 Misc: Dragon Warrior IV Map/Chart (nes) $30 Advanced Dungeons & Dragons Monster Manual by Gary Gygax (book) $25
  6. My son turns 13 this coming weekend. Despite being born in 1999, he has developed a great affection for 8 and 16 bit consoles and computers. Maybe it's Dad's collection of Atari, Commodore and TI systems, or maybe its Nintendo. Who can be sure? So for his 13th birthday he wants an original SNES. Not a reproduction unit, a real actual genuine SNES. Living in Seattle, we are blessed with what appears to be an above average number of retro game stores, including Another Castle, Game Gurus and "AL's Music, Games and Videos". We also host the PAX Prime conference and Seattle Retro Game Expo here. All in all, pretty much a retro paradise. So it was with some confidence my wife and I set off earlier today to Pink Gorilla in the U District to buy a SNES. We confirmed they had some before leaving, and they said they had one. But what they had had major discoloration. I know how to retro-bright, but I asked if they were willing to swap out the case plastics for non-functional one in the window display. "Err.. Dude. No". So then I checked their display of used games for some of the titles my son wants to play on his SNES. They were lacking a couple. I asked and the clerk reported that they didn't have them. "You have two other stores right? Could you check inventory there?" "Errr. Yeah. guess.." He checked one, and they didn't have it either. But they did have two working SNES consoles, so maybe our odds of success were better across town in West Seattle. We bought a Mario and a Kirby game and headed off to the next store. At the next store they had two SNES consoles. A rather battered one for $45, and a slight better one for $50. "We'll take the fifty dollar one." Then he showed me their display of SNES games. They had a Mario game that was a compilation of several other Mario games, including the one I had bought an hour earlier in the other store. Despite buying a console, and having a receipt for the game from their other store across town dated today, the clerk told me repeatedly they could not exchange the more limited cartridge for the more extensive one. I was willing the pay the difference, but Pink Gorilla would only trade in the earlier purchase for maybe thirty percent. Wow. That is about the most ridiculous approach to customer satisfaction I have ever heard. Even the DMV would struggle to match that. So somewhat annoyed, I bought the SNES and no more games. I asked about any warranty that the $50 SNES would actually work when I got it home. The clerk hesitated and mumbled. "Yeah, these old systems are made like really well, it's our name here, it's like one hundred percent guaranteed supposed to work..." Now that's a definite maybe if I ever heard one. So we drive home with our SNES in a bag, only to discover the unit in the bag is the battered $45 unit, and not the somewhat better $50 one. We check the receipt and sure enough, he's charged us for the more expensive unit. We call, explain, and head back across town. Upon reaching the store, the same clerk looks up and says, "Err, why are you here again?" Wow. Just wow. Retro gaming is now so main stream, so over burdened with customers, the few suppliers in this market can resort to customer satisfaction policies that would make the main stream brick and mortar's blush crimson. That my friends, is real progress.
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