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Just like the title says. I'm trying to get my N64 library complete in box, so I'm on the hunt for CIBs, or just the box and/or manual. If you have any N64 CIBs, Boxes, or Manuals, Shoot me a message with a few photos of what you have, as well as an asking price, and we can work out a deal. Thanks! EDIT: Only looking for NTSC titles
Atarileaf asked this question and I thought it was a cool question so I did a video response on it. I would love to hear everyone else's answers on the question. The games don't haft to be for the Colecovision but since the Colecovision should be everyone here's favorite system I figure it will be mostly all Colecovision games here. You don't haft to do a video response you can just post the answers here. I would love to see pictures or video responses as those are the most fun to see. ****Remember you must have the cart only in your collection for it to be "wished" to turn into a CIB(Complete In Box).**** Here is my 3: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0r5YxvqGnfE&feature=youtu.be
HI guys, I thought I'd make my 2500th post count so here's some pics from my recently completed Digimed/Digiplay Intellivision collection. To the best of my knowledge, after spending most of this year focusing on completing this part of my Intellivision collection, I believe this to be one of the few complete CIB Digiplay collections in North America and Europe. I spoke at length with Roger (Psychostormtrooper) about this stuff as he is one of the experts on these variations and had a complete collection himself at one point. He has since sold off all of his Intellivision stuff and I bought the last part of his collection which included 7 or 8 CD/DVD's of images including his Digiplay stuff. We were unable to determine with certainty whether a couple of titles that were shown on the INTV2/Digiplay2 box were in fact released as neither he nor I have come across them. With that said, if anything else is found, it'll be on my want list (there is another catalog I'm aware of), but until that time, here is what a complete CIB cartridge and systems collection looks like. Enjoy. The first shot is the original 30 games, the rest on the other shelves with the systems are duplicates. (The normal looking Intellivision boxes on the middle right shelf are Bandai Intellivision games, my 2012 collection goal. )