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  1. Hey there everyone! If there's two things I love in this world it's old video games and Twilight Sparkle from My Little Pony: Friendship Is Magic, and you can expect to see a fair amount of both in this thread. If for some reason you are put off by either old video games or magical talking pastel colored unicorns I would suggest clicking the "Back" button on your browser now. You have been warned lol That said, let's start things off with a look at my home console gaming center! That's a bit of an older picture, before I added another game storage cabinet for my 130'ish Atari 2600 cartridges and some framed Atari posters to the back wall, but it should give you a fairly good idea of my setup. Maybe I can take some new pics later this week if people want to see them. On the subject of the Atari 2600, that seems like as good a place as any to start the look at my game collections for individual systems. Again, this will be a sightly older pic... I've acquired a good dozen or so new games since that picture was taken, including Princess Rescue and a reproduction of Shooting Arcade; as well as a Wico Command Control Trackball, Wico Command Control bat style joystick, a Best Electronics Lightgun, and a Competition Pro 5000 joystick. Those I shouldn't have much trouble snapping some new pictures of in the near future. I do collect for a few other systems as well as the Atari 2600, including the original Game Boy / Game Boy Color, Game Boy Advance, and the Sega Genesis. I use the term "collect" loosely, because honestly I consider myself more of a curator than a collector. I'm not out to collect every game published for my favorite systems, just the ones that I personally like and find enjoyable to play. If I buy a game and decide I don't like it after playing it then it goes up on eBay or off to a local game store and gets resold. There are a few historically significant exceptions to this in my game libraries (such as the copies of Pac-Man and E.T. seen above), but for the most part I'm only interested in collecting the good and fun games for my favorite systems. I haven't taken any pictures of my Genesis collection yet since it's still pretty small (around 20 games) but I do have a few of my Game Boy library to share: I have a real soft spot for the old gray brick and the games on it, but the vast majority of the time whenever I play a Game Boy game it's on my custom Twilight Sparkle themed Game Boy Color. I really dig the color pallets that Nintendo programmed into the GBC for many of the more popular original Game Boy games, and I like seeing the games displayed on a screen the same size as the one they were originally made for; but without any of the motion blur of the original Game Boy screen. The Game Boy Advance SP does get used for original Game Boy and Game Boy Color games sometimes as well though (usually late at night when I don't feel like digging out the Worm Light for the GBC), and it has been somewhat customized too. It started off life as a Graphite colored AGS-101 model backlight GBA SP and really got the ever living daylights beat out of it by it's previous owner, but after I purchased it I ended up refurbishing it with a brand new purple housing, buttons, and screen cover. I also took it to a local game store and had them solder in brand new L and R trigger contacts, and it's been a constant traveling companion for me ever since. It really is a wonderful little system. That's all for now! I hope you enjoyed this look at my gaming center and game collections, and you can expect to see this thread updated regularly with new pictures of Atari 2600, Game Boy/Color/Advance, and Sega Genesis games and accessories.
  2. My references: https://www.heatware.com/u/55794/to Also see my signature for my AA feedback thread. Prices including shipping in the USA. Modded PS1 - The system isn't one I ever had much nostalgia for, though I did have one back in 98/99. I've had it for around 5 months and have played it exactly twice. Since it's in great condition and plays CD-Rs and is region-free for imports, I figure it's better off going to an AA member who will love it. SCPH-9001 modded PlayStation 1 system 1x 3rd-party Dual Shock clone controller. As clones go, it's pretty nice, honestly 1x Sony-branded composite AV cable 1x power cord with the keyed connector to match the system 3x Retro-Bit PS1 memory cards - two are still in the package 1x other third-party PS1 memory card Looking for $70 shipped. SOLD TO SCOOBY105 Everdrive N8 - $95 shipped - comes with 4GB SD card. NO ROMs are included, but the latest firmware is on there. SOLD TO SCOOBY105 RetroUSB AVS - turns out my nostalgia for the NES can be sated by emulation. Got this in the latest batch of preorders in February. Comes with the following: Original mini USB and power adapter HDMI cable Original box with manual OEM Nintendo controllers with Tomee extension cord Asking $160 shipped.
  3. From the album: Games and Their Stories

    Although I don't have the system anymore (Mom gave it away to a goodwill when I upgraded up to a 360), I still have the box. I remember how hyped I was getting this console for my birthday. I had it up until 2010, as I arrived kind of late to the 7th generation. I clocked in hundreds upon hundreds of hours into the system, and it never once had any issues. I don't really have the heart in me to throw it away, hopefully it's out there still kicking it!
  4. SmellyJelly

    PS3 Games

    From the album: Smelly's Setup

    Here are my PS3 games. Not too many, but all have a good amount of use.
  5. So I have a DualShock 2 and the X button doesn't register anymore, I was wondering if there's any way to fix it. I know what most people are going to say: "Dude, throw it away and go get another one because DualShock controllers are really cheap at this point." Thing is, where I live, the only PS2 controllers you can get are cheap Chinese knockoffs that look just like the real thing, but absolutely suck. So if you can share some videos or articles where they explain a solution to this problem I'd really appreciate it. Thanks in advance!
  6. Hey there guys and gals I'm trying to get my Atari 7800 collection in good order before a friend from out of state who grew up with a NES comes to visit in August, since I want to show him the best of what Atari's offering from the time period was all about. With that in mind there are a whole bunch of games I'm hoping to pick up for the system before he comes to visit but being a little short on cash (and not wanting to pay massive fees for selling games on eBay) I've decided to see if anyone here would be interested in buying some of my lesser played PS1 and GBA games or trading some of the Atari 7800 games I'm trying to track down for them. To give you a reference for my reliability as a buyer and seller, you can see all the feedback I've received from selling games and related accessories on eBay over the last half a dozen or so years here: http://www.ebay.com/usr/hanz0d0g You can also find my AtariAge Marketplace User Feedback thread here: http://atariage.com/...pic/254880-jin/ That all said, here's what I have available for sale / trade: PlayStation Games For Sale / Trade All games are complete in box and, since I'm more than a little obsessive about the condition of the games I buy, are in excellent condition with no cracks in the cases and all discs, manuals, etc. present and accounted for. The condition of the discs vary from pristine to lightly scratched but still perfectly playable with no problems whatsoever. The prices listed below are firm and do not include shipping costs. 2-Xtreme (Greatest Hits) - $3 Castlevania: Symphony of the Night (Greatest Hits) - SOLD Crash Bandicoot (Greatest Hits) - $30 Crypt Killer (Complete but missing UPC from back of case artwork) - $10 Dance Dance Revolution - $8 Dance Dance Revolution Konamix - $6 Final Fantasy Chronicles: Chrono Trigger & Final Fantasy IV (Greatest Hits) - $18 Jet Moto - $6 Riven: The Sequel to Myst (Includes official PlayStation edition Player's Guide book) - $20 Spyro the Dragon (Greatest Hits) - $20 Star Wars: Dark Forces - SOLD Street Fighter Alpha 3 (Greatest Hits) - $18 Game Boy Advance Games for Sale / Trade As before, since I'm a wee bit picky about the condition of my games, all games available for trade here have near perfect mint condition labels with no trips, tears, or significant scratches unless otherwise noted. The prices listed below are firm and do not include shipping costs. Ballistic: Ecks vs. Sever (Has slight color fading near the top of the label) - $5 Doom II - $40 Final Fantasy I & II: Dawn of Souls - $10 Iridion II - $10 The Lord of the Rings: The Two Towers - $5 The Lord of the Rings: The Return of the King - $5 Mario Golf: Advance Tour - $9 Missile Command (Original GameBoy game) - $5 Mortal Kombat: Deadly Alliance - $12 SimCity 2000 (Complete in Box) - $13 Street Fighter Alpha 3 - $18 Tetris Worlds - $4 Tom Clancy's Rainbow Six: Rogue Spear - $6 Tony Hawk's Pro Skater 2 - $4 And now for the things I'm looking for! Atari 7800 Games & Accessories I'm Willing To Trade For In terms of games I'm willing to trade for I'm really only looking for loose cartridges or cartridge + manual copies, however I will consider trading for complete in box games if the offer is right. Just be aware that I'll probably resell or re-trade the box once I get it since I don't collect boxes for Atari 7800 games. Lastly, just as a reminder, I am very picky about the condition of labels and will only trade for games with excellent condition labels with no rips or tears and minimal scratching. Accessories Atari XE Light Gun (New in plastic or gently used like-new condition only) Games Alien Brigade Ballblazer Basketbrawl Centipede TB (AtariAge homebrew cart) Crossbow Desert Falcon Food Fight Frenzy! (AtariAge homebrew cart) Ikari Warriors Midnight Mutants Ninja Golf Rampage Robotron 2084 Scramble (AtariAge homebrew cart) Space Invaders (AtariAge homebrew cart) Tower Toppler Xenophobe Thanks for taking the time to view my trading thread and just shoot me a PM if you're interested in buying or trading!
  7. I'm getting rid of most of my PS1 games. I just never play them any more. It's time to move on. I'm selling them for $5 each. All are CIB and play as far as I know. I can test again before I ship if you'd like me to. PM me if you're interested in anything you see here. Shipping add an extra $5 for, unless you don't mind bubbleope. (GH) denotes Greatest Hits version. Air Hockey Asteroids Billiards Bust-A-Move 4 Centipede Cleopatra's Fortune Croc (GH) Croc 2 Galaga Killer Loop M&Ms Shell Shocked Miracle Space Race Missile Command Namco M (GH) Pac-Man World (GH) Putter Golf Q*Bert Rascal Rayman Rush RC de Go RC Racer Sheep Spin Jam Tiny Toons: Plucky
  8. I recently came across a Logitech Precision Controller for the PlayStation 2 (also compatible with the original PlayStation) and I flipped out. I had a Logitech PS2 Cordless Action Controller that I loved back in the day, but the X button eventually wore out thanks to stupid mini-games and QTEs. This person is selling it for around $20 and swears that her kids used it a couple of times, their PS2 broke and they moved on to a newer console, but I've never been a fan of getting used controllers. But Logitech PS2 controllers have always had a fantastic reputation and I'm wondering if it's worth making an exception. So had anyone had an experience with that model in particular? Is the controller worth that price? I know it's a gamble, but I never come across those and need some advice. I have a feeling I might regret in the future, but I can't tell right now. Oh, and there's a picture of the controller below just for reference.
  9. Even to this day, the PlayStation 2 is my favorite home console. After all, the PS2 had thousands of games to choose from, a DVD player and backwards compatibility with the original PlayStation, among other amazing features. I still own dozens of PlayStation 2 games in my collection, but I know I missed several games a lot of people are passionate about (I never got to the play Persona 4, Ratchet & Clank, Timesplitters, Sly and Disgaea.) So apart from sharing some of my favorite titles, I encourage you to share yours. It's never too late to play some of those classics. Top 10: My Favorite PlayStation 2 Games
  10. I have recently been playing Final Fantasy VI on the PlayStation. Almost all of the early FF titles are available for the PSX as part of Final Fantasy Origins, Final Fantasy Chronicles, and Final Fantasy Anthology. FF III is not available, but Chrono Trigger has been substituted. It is obviously not an emulator because the PSX does not have the power to emulate SNES (or NES?) games, and the in-game instructions have been all changed to reference the PSX control pad. I have not played the originals, but it looks like some of the background graphics have been improved too. Does anyone have any information on how these titles were ported from the NES/SNES? I assume that the originals were coded in assembly language, and that would be a massive challenge to convert to completely different hardware. Were any other NES/SNES titles ported over to the PSX? -- perhaps some Japan-only releases/titles
  11. As you can see from the title this is what I hope to be the first of many videos to come. Your feedback is welcomed and appreciated. I'm really aiming to do something different here. I'm not out to just "chase games" or complete a collection or score the coolest rarity ever. If I get a rare game in the course of filming that would be awesome, but if it's not a bargain, then it won't make the cut. I vow to look for good deals and inspire those of you who want games for less than the insane collector's market prices to do the same. Thanks for watching!
  12. Came across this quote, regarding the hidden version of Tempest 2000 in Tempest X for the PlayStation 1: "I guess I feel safe sharing this 21 years after release: The hidden 2000 mode wasn't supposed to be there. Several of the higher ups involved mandated a lot of changes in the "X" mode that I didn't agree with. I didn't think they understood the beauty of Theurer's or Minter's versions of the game. I thought they were ruining it by putting their thumbprints on it with the bitmap monsters, Helvetica font, etc. I nearly lost my job over hiding the 2000 and Plus modes in there. Many key people didn't know about it until after the game had already hit the presses. But I'm glad I did. It's fun to see people still play the game. It was a lot of fun working with N on this. We also did Saturn and Mac Classic versions that were straight up Tempest 2000 ports. We also prototyped an M2 version just for fun. That never shipped."
  13. I've owned a Logitech Wireless Action Controller for the PS2 for almost a decade. I've only had a problem with it once which involved the X button getting stuck every once in a while, but I remember cleaning it and solving the issue. But now I can't use it anymore because the receiver doesn't turn on the light. I think that's how it worked: the receiver blinked (or you had to push the button for the light to blinked) and then you pushed a button on the controller and voila! But the receiver's light never turns on regardless of what I do. I looked up the manuals online to see if I was doing everything wrong, but I can't seem to find a solution. Help! I really want to play Final Fantasy VII and I don't want to go back to a wired controller. Can anyone help me to check if the problem is the receiver not working properly or if I'm not configuring it properly?
  14. Looking for the following games one each system- Make sure the labels are in great condition (No rips, discoloration, peeling, or fallen off) Sega Genesis- *Games MUST come with case and must be in great condition. Manual is optional though. *Also no Mega Hits versions Pac Mania $6 Chakan $6 Mutant League Football $8 Thunder Force II $12 Ghouls N' Ghosts $13 Phantasy Star 2 $15 Phantasy Star 3 $15 Phantasy Star 4 $15 Mystic Defender $7 Nintendo 64- *No Players Choice versions, please. *For Star Fox 64, please make sure the back labels say "Patents issued and pending" instead of the newer ones that say "More patents issued and pending" Gauntlet Legends $15 Star Fox 64 $10 Robotron 64 $10 Glover $10 Mortal Kombat 4 $10 Yoshi Story $10 Mario Golf $15 Ogre Battle 64 $30 Extreme-G $5 Sega Saturn- *All games must come COMPLETE IN BOX (Manual and Case), no broken hinges please. In the Hunt $25 Tempest 2000 $25 Mass Destruction $25 Clockwork Knight 2 $30 Ultimate Mortal Kombat 3 $30 Astal $30 Atari 2600- *Asking prices are 4 dollars for each Chopper Command Circus Atari (I will trade you my text label version for the picture label version) Demons to Diamonds (Picture Label Version) Jr. Pac Man Return of the Jedi Robot Tanx Star Wars Video Pinball (Lower Case Version) NES- *Make sure the contacts are clean - they are VERY difficult for me to clean for some odd reason. The Legend of Zelda 2: The Adventure of Link (Gold Cartridge) $15 Kirby's Adventure $15 Donkey Kong $10 Donkey Kong Jr. $10 Donkey Kong 3 $10 Balloon Fight $10 Mario Bros. (NOT Super Mario Bros.) $10 Castlevania 3: Dracula's Curse $15 Ducktales $15 Mega Man 1-6 $15 each PlayStation 1- *No greatest hits variants, please. Make sure disc and case are in great condition. Jumping Flash 2 $15 Wild Arms $25 Crash Bandicoot 2: Cortex Strikes Back (I will trade you my greatest hits version for this one) Spyro the Dragon $10 (I will trade you my collector's edition version for this one) Spryo 2: Ripto's Rage (Disc Only, Original Version please) $10 Devil Dice $10 Doom (Longbox) $20 Die Hard Trilogy (I will trade you my greatest hits version for this one) Rayman $20 Pac Man World (I will trade you my greatest hits version for this one) Mortal Kombat Trilogy $15 Master System- *Complete in Box, please Alex Kidd in Miracle World $20 Rampage $10 Ghostbusters $15 Fantasy Zone $20 Penguin Land $10 Dreamcast- *No re-issues, please Outtrigger $15 Crazy Taxi 1 $10 Jet Grind Radio $15 Sonic Adventure 2 $20 Super Nintendo (SNES)- Killer Instinct $15 Super Mario RPG $40 Yoshi's Cookie $10 Tetris 2 $10 Tetris and Dr. Mario $15 Mortal Kombat 2 $10 Super Metroid $30 Secret of Mana $40 Super Castlevania IV $25 PM me if you have an offer and be sure to include pictures as well. Thanks!
  15. I have 5 games that are greatest hits in my PS1 library. I'd like to swap them out for originals (The ones that have black strips instead of green strips). Rayman Die Hard Trilogy Croc: Legend of the Gobbos Crash Bandicoot 2: Cortex Strikes Back Pac-Man World The games have been tested and work. Games must be complete in box (With case, manual, and disc), and my games are all complete in box.
  16. A few years ago I had a copy of Diablo for the original PlayStation that my wife played a ton of. It ended up getting sold at one point along the line when we were hard up for cash, so this week I bought a new copy of Diablo to replace the old one that was sold. However, there's something really weird going on with the new copy that I wanted to ask about to see if anyone else has had a similar experience. What's going on is that when your character walks around the town the whole screen seems to shake violently as the camera pans, like there's an earthquake going on in the game. A little screen shaking when the camera moves does happen down in the dungeons as well, though not to nearly the extent as in the town and as far as I can tell the game disc itself is genuine and not a reproduction. Has anyone else had this issue with Diablo on the PS1? Were there different revisions of this game where some might have had the problem and others didn't? Or could it be a hardware issue with the original PlayStation system that it's being played on? The system is the same one that was used to play the previous copy of Diablo and I never noticed the screen shaking in that one. Any ideas?
  17. After a great deal of searching online trying to find pictures of original PlayStation discs with disc rot (or bit rot, depending on what you want to call it) and coming up empty handed I decided to make a thread and ask about it. There are plenty of pictures out there of Sega CD, Saturn, and other early disc based games rotted out, but since PlayStation games were made a bit differently with a black coating on the bottom and usually a layer of solid non-translucent art on the top I'm not sure exactly what I should be looking for when checking original PlayStation discs for rot. I ask because I recently acquired a fairly pricey PlayStation game that I'm planning on giving as a gift but I noticed that on the bottom of the disc there are half a dozen little pinprick sized dots clustered together that look like shiny metallic spots in the black layer. They're definitely inside the black layer and not on the surface of the disc, but due to the solid artwork on top of the disc I can't tell whether or not they go all the way through the disc even when it's held up in front of a bright light. So, I'm hoping someone can provide some pictures of what the underside of an original PlayStation disc that has succumbed to disc rot looks like to help figure out if the game I'm planning on gifting just has an odd manufacturing defect or if it has indeed developed disc rot and should be returned for a refund. Any help would be greatly appreciated!
  18. Hey Everyone, I've partnered with www.HoldSquare.com, a global PlayStation community, to provide a weekly video podcast covering everything from Atari to PlayStation 4, plus some general pop culture topics. We have some laughs while informing (and hopefully entertaining) the modern and retro gaming community. Each episode is hosted by outlawcurtis, a hardcore PS4 gamer who grew up playing the Atari 2600 and NES, and myself, Brett Weiss, a longtime gaming author, collector, and industry advocate. Sometimes the lovely Jordan, a child of the 80s and 90s, will sit in and make sure we behave. In our latest episode, we cover such topics as Darth Vader, Dark Souls 3, Doom, Dig Dug, the Intellivision, The Rolling Stones, Uncharted 4, and Hot Pockets. And, as usual, a bring out a rarity from my collection at the end of the episode in our weekly "show and tell segment." This time, I show off an Atari item that you may have never seen before (at least in this condition). (Sorry I had a senior moment with the RF switch, calling it a UHF switch--yikes!) If you enjoy the video (click on the link below to watch), please like and subscribe, and help us get the word out on social media. Thanks!
  19. The 3DO was released in fall 1993 for $600-700, IIRC. The Saturn was released in spring 1995 for $399, IIRC. The PlayStation was released in fall 1995 for $299, IIRC. (Please correct me on any of the numbers if I'm wrong.) My question is: Does anyone remember what the 3DO price had dropped to by spring and fall 1995? (Also, what was it at Christmas 1994?) Did it go below the Saturn and PlayStation prices as these systems were released?
  20. I own FOUR different physical copies of X3 - and this is the strangest one of the bunch.
  21. I was doing some research about Logitech controllers on the PS2 because I read that that brand released some of the best controllers on the console. That's how I found about about the Logitech NetPlay Keyboard and I want someone, anyone to tell me something about that thing. According to reference sites like PriceCharting.com those controllers should be collectible and somewhat expense, but someone's selling them for $10 with shipping and I have to know if it's worth acquiring one or not. Some general questions include: are they compatible with every game on the system or just online games? If that's the case, do you recommend using it for any games in particular or is it good just for the purposes of collecting? I think I can't really go wrong for that price. Apparently they come complete in box and most reviews from that seller are fine. It seems he has a stack of them and just wants to get rid of them, but since I can't find that much information about the controller anywhere, I turn to you. It seems most of the people who got one of those back in the day used it for Final Fantasy XI, but I don't know, maybe it works well with strategy games or slow-paced RPGs. Again, I'm just seriously considering it for the low price... Here's a picture:
  22. I'm going to get rid of some PS1 games I never play. I don't know why I bought them. I also don't know how much they're worth, so if you want, make me an offer, or if you don't know how much they're worth, either, PM me any way. The games I have here are: Air Hockey Asteroids (Greatest Hits) Billiards Bust-A-Move 4 Centipede Cleopatra's Fortune Croc (Greatest Hits) Croc 2 Galaga: Destination Earth Geom Cube Killer Loop Lode Runner M&Ms Shell Shocked Micro Machines V3 Miracle Space Race Missile Command Namco Vol. 1 (N) Namco Vol. 3 (M) (Greatest Hits) N2O Nitrous Oxide Pac-Man World (Greatest Hits) Phix the Adventure Putter Golf Puzznic Q*Bert Rascal Rayman Rush RC de Go RC Racer Robotron X Roll Away Sheep Slots Space Invaders Spin Jam Tiny Toon Adventures: Plucky Anyway, let me know via PM if you're interested in buying any of these.
  23. Hey there everyone! It's mid summer and I've been itching to rearrange my console gaming center a bit, so I decided to put a few things up for sale to help fund the project. This is only my fourth sales thread here on AtariAge, so to give you a reference for my reliability as a seller, you can see all the feedback I've received from selling games and related accessories on eBay over the last half a dozen or so years here: http://www.ebay.com/usr/hanz0d0g Before we get down to business, here's the usual info: All prices listed below are firm and do not include shipping costs. Shipping costs to anywhere in the United States will be calculated by based on zip code and package size/weight. All items will be shipped via USPS and delivery confirmation will be included so that you can track the package. International shipping is available upon request and will be calculated based on location. Payment is accepted via PayPal only, and all sales are on a "first come first serve" basis. In other words, the first person to PM me about an item gets it! There are usually a couple of things I am willing to accept in trade for the items I have for sale, and as far as trades go here's what I am currently in the market for: Items I Am Accepting In Trade Nothing at this time That's it for trades I'm willing to accept, so now on to the stuff I've got for sale/trade! Sony Stuff Nyko Super Cobra Light Gun for Original PlayStation (Awesome light gun with force feedback, LED lighting, & auto-fire/reload options. Works with both Justifier and GunCon games! Works perfectly.) - $15 That's everything! Thank you for taking the time to view my sales thread and you are interested in buying or trading for any items just shoot me a PM about it! Additional pictures of any items are always available upon request.
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