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  1. Good morning all. I took a break from my other Intellivision development projects and tinkered with the IntyBASIC music program. I changed the music to a couple tunes from NES games. I'm really happy with the way it turned out. Enjoy. music.bas
  2. Happy Holidays To all, Barb and I wish you the best for the holidays ****Coming very soon **** Sega combos. Many variations will be available, including the CD, the CD platform and so on. If you have any interest in these, send me a PM indicating which or what combinations you are looking for. How many times have you seen a console setting on a shelf,or a table,and covered in a fine layer of dust or sticky fingerprints? Dust and sticky stuff is not our friend!And its certainly not a friend to our consoles. So, a dust cover is not only "eye candy" but it keeps that console killer, dust out. Oh,lets not forget those other killers,foreign objects,unknown liquids,and little kids. And it adds a touch of cool to your collection *****And to all of you sending prayers our way, Barb and I thank you.******* Leukemia is for lack of a better description a life changer.Since I was diagnosed with this a year and a half ago, our lives have seen the entire range of emotions. I was told that I had 1-2 years left when they 1st found it. Then after a very aggressive pattern of chemo and blood transfusions, it went into remission 4 months ago. But now its back again, and I have to be very worried about infections. So we are back to the chemo again, and hope that another miracle will occur. After a depressing vist with the Dr. it appears that choices of treatment , have become limited. I can either go to the hospital for a month where they would treat this with a very very aggressive chemo, or I can get a milder version , given as a shot for 5 days, every month. The choice is becoming clear, and it is Quality or Quantity. I have chosen the quality, and with that I am not sure where it will go. I will say that at least I have been given the option, which alot of people do not get.And after the second go around with the Chemo, I am holding my own.I cannot decide which is worse, a round of 15 shots or getting a bag hooked up for an hour at a time. Bottom line,with Barbs help, and the amazing drugs I soldier on. Again thank you to all who send us best wishes. Since my wife(Barb) started making these covers over 16 years ago,she has continued to expand the choices.I am posting a lot of pictures so you will be able to see all of the choices available. For those of you just seeing these for the first time,we have been selling on Ebay over 15 years,Atari Age over 5 years and have sold covers to buyers worldwide! Covers for the Atari 400 and 800 now available with Red or White logos. . These are all custom made,from"pleather" which is a type of vinyl/leather.Easy to clean,and maintain Yes,we will accept Paypal-verified *******Shipping, no problem with going out of US, as long as you know I have nothing to do with USPS pricing******* Yes, we will combine shipping. And yes, we will give a discount when multiple items are bought. ******Note***** While most of the pictures show the cover installed on an actual console,a few do not,which is why they look dis-sheveld OK,pricing is as follows: 3DO $31.00 Atari 1050(Floppy Drive) $17.00 Atari 5200-$18.00 Atari 5200 Trak- ball-$16.50 Buy both of the 5200 units(Console and Trak-ball) $32.00 Atari 2600-$18.00 Atari VCS-$18.00 Atari 2600 Heavy Sixer-$18.00 Atari Jr/Rainbow-$14.00 Atari 7800-$18.00 **Atari Specials all 4 covers $60.00= 2600,7800,5200, and 5200 Trakball Atari Jaguar-(white)-$16.00 Atari Jaguar-(red)-$16.00 Atari 400- White or Red Logo-$17.00 Atari 800xl-$18.00 Atari 800 Red or white logo-$19.00 Atari Jaguar CD-$18.00-White or Red lettering Colecovision Console $18.00 Colecovision Roller Controller$16.00 Colecovision Module 1(Atari Adaptor)- $15.00 Colecovision Module 2-$18.00 Buy all 4 for $65.00 Commodore 64-$18.50 Commodore Vic 20-$18.50 Commodore C128- $18.50 Commodore C16-$18.50 Fairchild Channel F -$22.00 **Has cutout for power cord and joystick cords** Intellivision(Master System)-$18.00***With running man logo*** Intellivision II-$16.50 Both Intellivision Special Covers $32.00 Intellivision=INTV III- $18.00 Magnavox Odyssey II $25.00 Mattel Aquarius Computer $16.00 Nintendo-NES 101 Red or White Lettering-$16.50 Nintendo/NES White or Red Lettering-$17.50 N-64-White or Red Lettering-$17.00 SNES-White or Red Lettering-$17.00 Sega Dreamcast-orange-$18.00 Sega Dreamcast blue-$18.00 Sega Dreamcast Red- $18.00 Sega Genesis II-$16.50 Sega Genesis-16 bit $18.50 Sega Saturn -$18.50 Sega Master System -$16.50 Sega Mega Drive- $17.50 Sega Mega Drive II - $16.50 Sears Video Arcade II $18.00 ***Looks like the Atari 7800 Sears Tele-Games(Atari 2600) -$18.00 Sears Tele-Games(Atari Heavy 6r)- $19.00 Sony Playstation 1 $16.50 Sega Mega Drive- $17.50 Sega Mega Drive II - $16.50 RS 80/Tandy/Radio Shack Computer-$19.00 Texas Instruments 99/4a $18.50 Turbo Graphx 16/TG 16 $18.00 Vectrex Dustcover Black /w/ Blue ,White,Red logo $38.00 Vectrex Cover Gray with Black/Blue $38.00 XBox(Original) $25.00 PM me for additional questions And Thanks for looking. Over the past few years we have had numerous requests for consoles and computers that we do make. The reason we do not make them is because we have not had the actual console/ computer to use for a template. Buyers say, well I can give you the dimensions or send a picture. The problem is that dimensions do not take into account all the curves, bends, protrusions etc that are common on these units. So, working from supplied dimensions almost never works. Barb and I are not as mobile as we used to be, so trying to find these computers/ game consoles is a crap shoot at best and a waste of time at worst. What we can offer is this.If you have a console/computer, preferably a parts shell unit, that your willing to send us, we will make a cover for it and send it back at no charge! Now, we are not interested in units that are so obscure that there might only be 100 in the world. Obviously for us to make the cover there has to be a market of some kind, so please keep that in mind. So, shoot me a PM, let me know what your looking for and we can see if we can help each other!
  3. PM me if interested. I am happy to announce that I have made 40 copies of Cowltiz Gamers Adventure. This is the standard release, but will be limited in supply and not made in huge quantity. I have the capability to make more if I can secure more donor carts(PM me if you can help). Proceeds of the game will go to help support CJAC, pay for costs associated with Cowltiz Gamers for Kids, and further fund homebrews associated with the show to raise funds for CJAC. The shows I have help organize have raised $47,500 over the last six years. Folks such as yourself have helped so much. This is a brand new homebrew game that was built for Cowlitz Gamers for Kids Show this year. The game was programmed by Lukasz Kur and music by Robert Janota. The illustration manual and box was done by M-Tee Retro Graphics, with the cart and board production by Joe Parcell of memblers industries. A huge thank you to wafflefoot(NA qixmaster)for the box, manual, and label printing as well. Each game comes with a box, manual, standard cart, original new dust sleeve, box protector, foam insert and recycled plastic bag. The second run was made possible by having a local store(Classics and Oddities) donate 40 donor carts, as well as Johnny Mono([email protected]) that placed them on cart for me. This was a huge undertaking for a good cause and am grateful for all the support. At this point, I want people who are interested in a copy of the game to post below. The game will be $60 shipped in the lower 48 states. I do ship to Canada for $5 more. Worldwide payment will be $75 shipped. Thank you to all who were patient with the second release to be done and alot of hard work from my close friends. Thank you to Qixmaster and Johnny Mono went into this unlimited release happening. The carts for this second run were donated by a local game store(Classics and Oddities). Also, the end of this video showcases what the game looks like. PM me if interested and add your name below.
  4. I believe the saying that happiness is not always having what you want, but it is wanting what you have. With the Fall season taking hold, I find myself getting back into a nostalgic frame of mind. While I find it is not productive to live in the past, I find that some of the best memories actually help me appreciate what I have more. As I tossed the draw of nostalgia around in my head, I began to wonder if kids today will have the same opportunities. We live in the age of the microwave. We want things when we want them, and that is usually now. I guess one can argue that it has always been that way, but I it is truly a lot more attainable in today's age. Sometimes it makes me wonder if kids of today are missing out. Although I do not prefer them, the rough times in my life have been some of my best opportunities for growth. I am not going to go that deep. I am just talking about video games here, but I find it an interesting parallel, how many of times of want have become some of my most cherished memories. When I was writing this the first time (I accidentally tabbed out and pressed backspace.. gone), "I'll Wait", by Van Halen started playing in my headphones. In my mind, I was thrust back into the late 80's. I was inside the arcade/corner shop, which many would stop by, on the way to our Junior High School. As much as I didn't care for cigarette smoke, it was a small price to pay, because games were 2 credits for a quarter! in fact, I met my longest friend there. We used to play Mario Bros. Sometimes we would play as a team; other times, we would play competitively. We still talk about those times to this day. I was very fortunate to have my Atari 5200, because the Mario Bros version was better than other conversions of the time. In many ways, it even outshines the NES version in animation and competitive nuances. We would sit and play that game all night at times. As much fun as it was, it was still a treat to play the arcade version. Of course we wished we could have our own arcade machine, but that just wasn't realistic at the time. Those are some great memories. Who would have thought that wishing for arcade perfect (or even better than we had) would be just as great of a memory? Pac-Man is probably the game that changed my life. Just as there are memories of actually enjoying the 2600 Pac-Man, I have just as many fond memories drooling over the Sear's catalog, because the Atari 400/800 computers had a version with the same maze layout. The sounds were closer than I ever imagined a home version could be. When the 5200 was released, I was finally able to obtain that version. It was even better than the computer version, because the high score racked up during gameplay, and it had the intermission cut scenes. I was so enamored with it. However, I still longed for that crunchy "whacka", when I dropped a quarter into the actual arcade machine. It wasn't the same. Donkey Kong was another favorite. I had a friend with a ColecoVision. While I was very hung up on that version, it was very lacking. The graphics were very sharp, but it had very few on screen enemies, it was slow, and it was very glitchy. It was still fun. It was like an alternate. I couldn't afford to also own a ColecoVision, and I personally thought the 5200 conversions were more detail oriented. One day, I noticed Donkey Kong in an Atari Computer brochure. Could this be? The 5200 and A8s (Atari 8-bit computers) were just different arrangements of the same hardware. The version I saw had the missing "crazy barrels", "Springers", and the Conveyor level. I later found out that Atari had the computer rights, but they could not produce the video game system version. Now I had to pine after an Atari A8 if I wanted the best Donkey Kong home version. I can't count how much time I spent re-reading that catalog and looking at that still picture. It came to life in my imagination. One of the major retail catalogs later got another screen shot. It just all added to the image in my mind. Just when the 5200 was getting some unique games, such as Pengo and Space Dungeon, Atari announced the 7800. I was a little disappointed, because I felt the 5200 was just starting to see its potential. I had two articles on the 7800. The first was announcing the new system. It touted virtually unlimited sprites, with virtually unlimited colors. The pictures were crude drawing, as screenshots were not common back in the day. I wasn't sure how the game would actually look. I assumed they would be higher resolution, since the current A8/5200 fell a little short on detail at times. The extra colors sounded nice. I assumed the sound would be just as good, if not better. it was also backward compatible with the Atari 2600, which didn't seem like such a big deal in this generation. I was thankful that there would be a module to allow my 5200 to play 7800 games. I was hopeful that my deluxe 5200 TrakBall would be compatible. The second article I had stated that Atari had dropped the 7800. It was a sad article, stating what could have been. At that point, I figured I would never know what incredible capabilities this Atari system possessed. Even though, I can't even count the number of times I re-read those articles. I still fondly look back on how great I dreamed it would be. I still have the tattered magazines. When I look at them, I feel that same excitement, even though the actual system is in my current basement. I've seen how badly the 7800 missed the mark of my imagination, and I still enjoy the memory of wanting one. Around 1985/1986, Mom and Dad said I could get a new video game system. It was a gift for some achievement in school. I heard the 7800 was finally released. I was anxious to get to see how amazing this Maria chip is. I would finally get to see the system that would blow away my beloved 5200. They took me to Children's Palace. There were no systems in stock. I looked at the back of the game boxes. The games didn't really look much better than my 5200 versions. Ms Pac-Man looked almost the same. There weren't many games, and I began to wonder if it was as good as I had heard. They did have the Nintendo Entertainment System (NES) in stock. I took a look, and I saw graphics that were arcade realistic. Super Mario Bros looked incredible, and I couldn't tell the difference from the version at the local arcade. The pictures of my favorite classics, Donkey Kong and Mario Bros, looked spot on too. I took a chance and grabbed an NES. Man, did I dodge a bullet! I got the NES home, and I couldn't believe what I was seeing and hearing. The graphics were arcade perfect. The sound was incredible. It was unlike anything I ever thought would play on my television. I couldn't wait to get Donkey Kong and Mario Bros. I didn't see a 7800 in person until about a year later. The sprites were multi color, but the resolution was low, the colors were washed out, and the game play was choppy. I was so disappointed. Worse than any of that was the sound. Unlike some, I can't enjoy a game fully without sound. With the 7800, it's hard for me to enjoy the games because of the sound. I already had an almost arcade mirror of Galaga for my NES. Here was a 7800 version that looked like a colorful 2600 version. It sounded like it too. Apparently, Maria takes up so much processing time, it's hard for the system to draw smooth curves. Similar issues were seen in Mario Bros, where Mario leaps off the ground, ending in a crude arch. In fairness to the 7800, I have seen some redeeming homebrews. Although the 320 mode is limited, it exists. One of my favorite redeeming games is Donkey Kong Pokey. Even with the lower resolution, it would have blown me away back in the day and justified the 7800 as a successor to the A8. My point here is that I own a 7800 now, and I think I sometimes enjoy the memory of WANTING a 7800 more than I do the system itself. I think I enjoy homebrews, because they kind validate the expectations of my fond memories. As for the NES, I was blown away by Super Mario Bros, Ghost & Goblins, and Galaga. However, I was not impressed with Donkey Kong, Mario Bros, Pac-Man, or even DK Jr. While they looked better than previous versions, but they lacked the charm and challenge of the arcade counterparts. Pac-Man didn't fit in the maze, the whacka was off, and it was sluggish. Donkey Kong was missing game elements, a whole level, and it was too easy. As much as I felt the NES could have handled a perfect conversion, I am kind of thankful that I still had something to want. The 16-bit generation changed it up a little. I actually started to get into fighters. I wasn't a big fan of the 16-bit era. Sonic was fun. The only thing I cared about was that they could handle almost arcade-perfect versions of SF2, MK, MK2, SF2 Turbo, etc... This was a very fun period, because arcades were still chugging along. I have played games online with friends. It's fun, but it's not like meeting strangers at the arcade fun. It was great to be able to go to the arcade with a few close friends. They were in your corner, you played, and you went home with your close friends. At home, you practiced with your close friends. The home versions were not arcade perfect, but they were great. There's a great memory to still having that superior version to look forward to. I have great memories of wishing I had the arcade version at home. When PS1 came out, I saw the writing on the wall. Ridge Racer, Tekken, and Namco Classics were all about as close to the arcade as I could tell. Memory restrictions were an obstacle for games like MK3, as were loading times, but they were still pretty good. I think this was the crossing point. After this, games at home were pretty much arcade quality. The arcade was dying. Fast forward to today. I caught myself in a nostalgic mood. I now own about every system I have ever owned or wanted. Every system has some sort of SD card to play ROMs, except the 7800, for which I made my own EPROM carts. I can play most games on my PC, phone, PSP, GP2X, etc., via emulation. I even bought a few of my favorite arcade cabinets. When it comes to video games, there's not much that I badly want, but yet I still felt something was missing. That didn't make sense to me. One day, I realized that I think I enjoy wanting as much as having. Some of my fondest memories are wanting. They were looking at still magazine pictures and imagining what it would be like to have all of those games at my disposal. It was using my imagination to dream about the day that I would have arcade quality games at home. Back then, it was only reserved for the elite, like Rick Shroeder. Could some of my fondest memories be of reading video game magazines and "wishbooks"? I think they might be. That explains why it's sometimes fun to just turn the arcade machines on and watch the attract mode. It's almost as fun to think back to the times I wished I had a quarter, as it is to actually play the game. Is that why I enjoy classic game shows so much? One of my friends once made a point that classic game shows don't really change; if you've seen one, you've seen them all. Aside from the fact that "classic" is relative and does change, there's something great about going back and remembering what it was like to WANT those childhood gems. Sometimes, it's seeing something in person that we only saw in a magazine. I then got to wondering if today's generation is missing out. Sure, they want the latest video game, but they are going to have that game when it's released. They do not have to use their imagination to make it fit the arcade counterpart. They don't have to worry about making their quarter last. There's nothing to lose. Maybe that's why I still prefer retro games. I downloaded Rayman3 the other day. The first part of the game was flying through a 3D environment. I needed to steer my character into the gems. It really felt like a lame combination of Pole Position and Pac-Man. It was lame, because there was no challenge. If I missed, I looped back through. if I am going to collect dots on a screen, I am fine doing that on my Pac-Man machine. Don't get me wrong, I appreciate the modern games, even though they are just putting lipstick on a combination of our childhood pigs. It's just that I prefer the real thing! Strangely, my XBoxOne gets more Mortal Kombat X play than anything else. lol.
  5. Three Drunktesting Amigos ride again!
  6. From the album: Uh, retro stuff

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  7. From the album: My Collection

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    From the album: Nintendo

    One of my scores in Super Mario Bros.
  9. Hey guys, I am hoping someone can help me out with determining the value of my 2600. I bought an original 1977 Heavy Sixer at an antique mall/flea market type establishment, complete in box with the manual, warranty card, both original joysticks and paddle controllers, and all the cables, except for the switch box to hook it up to a TV. I purchased one of the coaxial adaptors so I could play it. In addition to Combat, it also had Riddle of the Sphinx, Starship and Air-Sea Battle in the box when I got it. I'm considering selling it, and I have no idea what it is actually worth. I would feel like a douche if I overcharged for it (I don't trust ebay prices as a guideline for anything) but I also don't want to give it away for too cheap either. I'm looking to either get a few more NES or Master System games instead, as I don't really care about having Atari hardware. I have an Atari flashback, and I love all the games on it. Any input would be most appreciated. Like I said, I have no idea what a fair asking price would be. Hope you experts can help me out! Thanks guys!!!!
  10. I am selling my copy of Little Samson http://www.ebay.com/itm/261671842289?ssPageName=STRK:MESELX:IT&_trksid=p3984.m1558.l2649
  11. I have some extras from my collection prices are next to game and do not include shipping. Shipping will be what the actual shipping will cost. Feel free to make offers. Trade for nes games I dont have.. maybe other stuff let me know what you have. 2600 Combat x 6 - $2 ET - $5 Frogger x2 - $3 River Raid x 2 - $4 Space invaders - $1 Super Breakout - $2 Nintendo 64 Wayne Gretzky's 3D Hockey 98 $4 Gamecube The Incredibles (disc only) $4 NHL 2003 (Disc only) $3 SNES Super Tennis $4 Monopoly $4 Bulls vs Blazers $3 NHL 94 $6 NHL 95 $5 NBA Live 95 $4 SOLD Super Slam Dunk $2 Super Off Road the Baja $5 ESPN Baseball Tonight $3 John Madden Football $3 Top Gear $5 Madden 93 $3 Madden 94 $2 Madden 95 $4 SOLD Madden 96 $2 SOLD NHLPA 93 x 2 $2 NCAA Basketball $3 FIFA International Soccer $2 MLBPA Baseball $2 Super Mario All Stars $13 Genesis Batman Forever $2 Sports Talk Baseball $3 NFL 95 $1 NBA Live 95 $3 Madden 96 $3 Madden 97 $3 The Lion King $4 cart only MLBPA Baseball $2 NFL Football 94 Starring Joe Montana $5 CIB Sonic 2 NFR x2 $4 NHL 95 $2 (Box and Manual) Game Gear Sonic The Hedgehog $5 The Lion KIng $3 World Series Baseball $2 Sega Dreamcast NFL 2k $3 cib GAMEBOY Tetris $3 PSP Tony Haw's Underground 2 Remix CIB $6 PS2 Blitz The League (disc and Case) 3 Midnight Club 3 DUB edition remix (disc and Case) $5 ATV Offroad Fury 2 x2 cib $5 ATV Offroad Fury 2 (Disc only) x2 $3 Spyhunter 2 (Disc and rental box) $3 PSX Guardians Crusade $8 Xbox Need For Speed Underground 2 (disc only) $7 MECHASSUALT $5 Halo 2 $5 PC Bioshock 2 Case and Manual only $2 Tomb Raider Anniversary (disc only) $5 Medal of Honor Pacific Assault $3 Jericho $2 Gamecube and PSX carrying bags Gamecube $25 PSX $20 Thanks for looking
  12. Well, this is a simple request. I'm looking for a totally loose front loader US NES. AS I'm in France, I won't need the RF cord switch thingie, neither I'll need the PSU. If the console RF output doesn't work, I don't care either, I won't and simply can't use it. The outside doesn't need to be in good shape (can be yellowed, missing the front cover, partially broken), as I plan to replace is with a French NES case (I'll probably do a topic about that when I'll get all the things I need for this project) In fact, I need only the electronics, so you may as well just send me the motherboard (with or without the 72 pins connector) and keep the shell. (PAL version pictured, but that's the same thing in the US version) I would enjoy to get the gray lightgun but that's only a bonus
  13. I have just finished cleaning and testing the Bubble Bobble 2 game for the NES. This game has a rarity value of 91% from what I hear. I would rather sell the game to a collector through AtariAge rather than sell on eBay. Here are the pics and I can send you the images so the zoom feature will work better if you are interested. I'm asking $300 including the shipping if you are in the United States mainland, otherwise it will be 300 + shipping charges if you are outside the United States mainland or you are in Puerto Rico, Hawaii, or Alaska. The game comes with a Nintendo dust protector and a clear plastic case (also pictured). I also have wrapped the game in a white paper towel inside the case so it won't rattle around during shipping and I will wrap Bubble Bobble 2 in Bubble Wrap....had to write that. :-) I'm going to set this at $300 for today and tomorrow, but if I can't sell it here by the end of the weekend, I'm going to take this to the land of eBay (my price is currently lower than what is on eBay).
  14. The NES version of Pac-Man is good (as I remember it), and this is a neat lil hack to make it stylictically similar to the VCS original. Well isit's like an NES/VCS mashup! http://www.mediafire.com/download/usq9nu6bp4aayjd/
  15. I have been buying and selling on eBay for about 8 years now. Lately I have been looking at purchasing various old games, but the other bidders are either scammers, have money to waste, or don't understand how much something is really worth.... The past few days various auctions have been high as hell, and crap like this is starting to piss me off because it is setting a higher standard for other sellers. Am I the only one that feels like eBay is starting to get a bit worthless? I feel craigslist is the only place inline that has decent deals nowadays.
  16. Frogger is also cib, by Retrozone and discontinued now (also comes w/ protector case)...Noah was reproduced again by Wisdom Tree & Pico and has case, manual and cart as well. Was hoping to acquire some TG-16 CD's and/or Hu card (w/ original cases) that were off my want link below (in signature). Open to 5200/7800 or coleco titles I also don't have or homebrews as well. Cash/trades work too...looking for $175 for both shipped. Likeness pics of frogger are below as well as noah (was taken in my car, lol) Thanks for looking!
  17. Hi all, I have recently reproduced a fantastic unreleased NES game and created a limited run for sale. The original sales post was on NintendoAge, and rather than keep multiple threads going, I figured I would link it here: http://www.nintendoage.com/forum/messageview.cfm?catid=6&threadid=147088 No need to sign up to NintendoAge or contact me over there to purchase a copy, feel free to post in this thread or shoot me a PM here. Thanks!
  18. Pic below, prices below. Shipping included in U.S. for 1 game (actual cost to Canada) but additional fee may be added for more than one. I do make bulk offers if multiple games are wanted. All repros/homebrews are new casings and boxes & trays are new as well. List is up to date although I haven't taking pics for all titles yet. All homebrews,etc are $65, the regs are priced as listed. SECRET OF MANA 2 HAS BEEN SOLD ALREADY! SPEND $300+more and receive a free loose R.O.B the robot tales of phantasia c/b eternal filena c/b live a live c/b hourai high c/b holy umbrella c/b mystic ark c/b magic knight rayearth c/b Violinist of Hamlin c/b Renegade 2 (believe cart only) $45 Tecmo Secret of the Stars cib $70 Secret of Evermore CIB $100 Breath of Fire CIB $78 EVERYTHING ELSE: Mario is Missing cib $68 Nobunaga's Ambition SEALED $85 Might & Magic CIB $100 OTHER + SYSTEMS: Phantasm Saturn CIB (8 disc) $95 SNES MINI CIB w/ Mario world pack in $150 GB Micro w/ 2 faceplates CIB $185 SOLD LE Pokémon Dialga and Palkia DS Lite CIB $125 Classic series gameboy advance sp le CIB $150 Atomic purple GBC (pic below) $45 Virtual Boy CIB (no game) $150 U.S. version DC Maracas for Samba De Amiga CIB $100 SOLD All 3ds games are factory sealed except Monster hunter, OOT, & Maiden ....Only vita games sealed are danganronpa 2 & P4. ALSO HAVE Operation Abyss: New Tokyo Legacy & Lord of Magna: Maiden Heaven to add, just no pics, both vg+ unsealed. AS A BONUS...If someone is so richly inclined and to be so bold as to buy both packages from me (as I'd ever be so gratefully appreciative..) I will throw in FOR FREE: A LE Pre order Zero Escape: Virtues Last Reward Watch NIB (retails now around $85-100+) Vita Wifi package, 9 games total (dagnaronpa 2 & P4 sealed) $310 Zelda 3ds XL Package, 9 games total (ALL GAMES SEALED except Monster hunter & OOT) $400 Take them both for $650 Prices are shipped in U.S.
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