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  1. I also met a very nice guy named Brutezilla. Or maybe Brucezilla? Not sure...
  2. Or at least my battle to get it clean enough to work!
  3. Hi, I am happy to have this console, but wanna know if anybody tested hack that was present from 2017-2018. I not speak Japanese and not wanna brick console or sth. Just wanna know if there is possibility to reflash stock fw. Saw some videos on Twitch where Mupen64 was used, there is also possibility to use other emulators/cores. Link to GitHub page of project https://github.com/hissorii/retrofd Link to some blog posts http://blog.livedoor.jp/akira2005/ Nintendo 64 on Retro Freak https://www.twitch.tv/videos/169903803?filter=highlights&sort=time
  4. I'd like to get at least an N64 game this month and I have some options. To make a long story short, I own a Nintendo 64 that I bought from my cousin years and years ago fro pretty much nothing. These are the games that came with the system: Super Mario 64, Bomberman 64, Quake 2, Automobili Lamborghini, Chopper Attack, ISS 98, Duke Nukem 64, Space Station Silicon Valley, Star Wars Shadow of the Empire and Turok. Some of the options I have include in my immediate wish-list include Diddy Kong Racing, Mickey's Speedway USA and Pokemon Snap. Am I missing something? I don't know that many Nintendo 64 games because everything that I played was on emulators more than a decade ago and I just focused on Super Smash Bros. and the Zelda games that are hard to come by here and extremely expensive. Also, a copy of ISS 2000 recently surfaced, I thought that game was one of the rarest of the system and the seller is offering for not that much (around $34 to be more specific). Should I go for it? Is that game that rare? Thanks in advance!
  5. In honor of the 23 anniversary of the japanese n64, I made a joy-con grip in the style of the n64. (Why did I waste my time on this???)
  6. Hi I'm selling some games for N64, PS2 and Colecovision homebrews. Sega ST-V Fighting Dragon : Legend Elan Doree 25€ Guardian Force 35€ N64 - PAL Goldeneye Cart only 8€ 6€ Mario Party 3 Cart only - Sold outside AA - Colecovision homebrews. Star Force. Port from Sega SG-1000. - Sold - Konami's Ping-Pong and Konami's Billards. Ports from MSX. - Sold - Konami's Circus Charlie. Port from MSX. - Sold - Published by Teampixelboy. PS2 - NTSC-J Thunder Force VI CIB 20€ Sold Gigawings Generations CIB 20€ Sold Silpheed CIB 20€ - Sold outside AA - Shipping would be from Europe.
  7. 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.
  8. EDIT - I just increased the font size as I did not realize how tiny the font was yesterday when I copied and pasted the text from Notepad! Also, CIB obviously means Complete In Box, but for other abbreviations R = Rarity, C = Cart, I = Instructions, B = Box and O = Overlay. Post and questions or hold requests in this thread or PM me. I recently began organizing my game collection and taking inventory which resulted in realizing I had much more than I need. Several duplicate items were found which I have decided to list for sale. These will be listed here for a week and then off to eBay with those that do not sell. As prices are listed below, shipping will be actual shipping costs however I will reduce shipping costs by $1 for every $20 spent up to the total of all shipping costs. Ex: purchase $140 and shipping costs will be reduced by $7 up to but not more than free shipping. More may be added later, but these are definitely for sale. PM me with the items you want, first come first serve. Payment through PayPal. Atari 2600 Asteroids Sealed - R1 $7.00 Atari 2600 Asteroids Sealed - R1 $7.00 SOLD - Atari 2600 E.T. Sealed - R1 $45.00 Atari 2600 Missile Command Sealed - R1 $9.00 Atari 2600 Missile Command Sealed - R1 $9.00 Atari 2600 Space Invaders Sealed - R1 $8.00 Atari 2600 Astroblast Sealed - R2 $8.00 Atari 2600 Astroblast Sealed - R2 $8.00 SOLD - Atari 2600 Centipede Sealed - R2 $11.00 Atari 2600 Centipede Sealed - R2 $11.00 Atari 2600 Circus Atari Sealed - R2 $10.00 SOLD - Atari 2600 Crossbow Sealed - R2 $4.00 SOLD - Atari 2600 Crossbow Sealed - R2 $4.00 Atari 2600 Crystal Castles Sealed - R2 $14.00 SOLD - Atari 2600 Galaxian - R2 $12.00 Atari 2600 Gravitar Sealed - R2 $5.00 Atari 2600 Human Cannonball Sealed - R2 $15.00 Atari 2600 Human Cannonball Sealed - R2 $15.00 Atari 2600 Joust Sealed - R2 $10.00 SOLD - Atari 2600 Jr. Pac-Man Sealed - R2 $9.00 Atari 2600 Jungle Hunt Sealed - R2 $9.00 Atari 2600 Moon Patrol Sealed - R2 $8.00 Atari 2600 Ms. Pac-Man Sealed - R2 $12.00 Atari 2600 RealSports Baseball Sealed - R2 $10.00 Atari 2600 Super Breakout Sealed - R2 $10.00 Atari 2600 Super Breakout Sealed - R2 $10.00 Atari 2600 Super Challenge Baseball Sealed - R2 $7.00 Atari 2600 Super Challenge Baseball Sealed - R2 $7.00 SOLD - Atari 2600 Adventures of Tron Sealed - R3 $15.00 Atari 2600 Adventures of Tron Sealed - R3 $15.00 SOLD - Atari 2600 Midnight Magic Sealed - R3 $12.00 SOLD - Atari 2600 Millipede - R3 $9.00 Atari 2600 Planet Patrol New - Open Box - R3 $20.00 Atari 2600 Planet Patrol New - Open Box - R3 $20.00 Atari 2600 RealSports Tennis Sealed - R3 $9.00 Atari 2600 RealSports Tennis Sealed - R3 $9.00 Atari 2600 RealSports Tennis Sealed - R3 $9.00 SOLD - Atari 2600 Tron Deadly Discs Sealed - R3 $38.00 SOLD - Atari 2600 BMX Air Master (TNT) Sealed - R4 $20.00 Atari 2600 BMX Air Master (TNT) Sealed - R4 $20.00 SOLD - Atari 2600 Defender II Sealed - R4 $22.00 Atari 2600 Defender II Sealed - R4 $22.00 Atari 2600 Double Dunk Sealed - R4 $10.00 Atari 2600 Double Dunk Sealed - R4 $10.00 SOLD - Atari 2600 Football - RealSports Soccer Sealed - R4 $5.00 Atari 2600 Football - RealSports Soccer Sealed - R4 $5.00 SOLD - Atari 2600 Karate Sealed - R4 $25.00 SOLD - Atari 2600 Radar Lock Sealed - R4 $25.00 Atari 2600 Radar Lock Sealed - R4 $25.00 Atari 2600 Skate Boardin’ Sealed - R4 $8.00 Atari 2600 Skate Boardin’ Sealed - R4 $8.00 SOLD - Atari 2600 Title Match Pro Wrestling Sealed - R4 $11.00 Atari 2600 Title Match Pro Wrestling Sealed - R4 $11.00 SOLD - Atari 2600 Tomcat: The F-14 Flight Simulator Sealed - R4 $20.00 SOLD - Atari 2600 Cross Force New - Open Box - R5 $28.00 SOLD - Atari 2600 MotoRodeo Sealed - R5 $28.00 Atari 2600 MotoRodeo Sealed - R5 $28.00 SOLD - Atari 2600 Off the Wall Sealed - R5 $10.00 Atari 2600 Off the Wall Sealed - R5 $10.00 Atari 2600 Off the Wall Sealed - R5 $10.00 Atari 2600 Off the Wall Sealed - R5 $10.00 Atari 2600 Pete Rose Baseball Sealed - R5 $25.00 SOLD - Atari 2600 Road Runner Sealed - R6 $55.00 Atari 2600 Road Runner Sealed - R6 $55.00 SOLD - ColecoVision Destructor Sealed $35.00 Game Boy Solitaire CIB $3.00 SOLD - Game Boy Advance Texas Hold ‘em Poler CIB $3.00 Game Boy Color Hoyle Card Games CIB $3.00 GameCube Metroid Echoes Bonus Disc $3.00 Intellivision 61 Overlays + 2 Atari 5200 Overlays $30.00 Intellivision Demon Attack CIB except no tray or overlays $7.00 Intellivision NBA Basketball CB - no instructions or overlays $6.00 Intellivision Truckin’ CIB - w/map no overlays IM7603 $40.00 Intellivision Truckin’ CB - no map or overlays IM7607 $30.00 Intellivision USCF Chess CIB except No overlays $22.00 Intellivision White Water CIB except No overlays $16.00 Intellivision Boxing C $2.00 Intellivision BurgerTime C $2.00 Intellivision Chess C $3.00 Intellivision Happy Trails C $6.00 Intellivision Horse Racing C $2.00 Intellivision MicroSurgeon C $2.00 Intellivision Pitfall! C $3.00 Intellivision Skiing C $2.00 Intellivision Skiing C $2.00 Intellivision Space Armada C $2.00 Intellivision Space Hawk C $2.00 Intellivision Auto Racing I $1.00 Intellivision Mission X I $1.00 Intellivision Night Stalker I $1.00 Intellivision Reversi I $1.00 Intellivision Snafu I $1.00 Intellivision Space Battle I $1.00 Intellivision Star Strike I $1.00 Intellivision Sub Hunt I $1.00 Intellivision Tennis I $1.00 Intellivision Tron Deadly Discs I $1.00 Intellivision US Ski Team Skiing I $1.00 Intellivision US Ski Team Skiing I $1.00 Intellivision US Ski Team Skiing I $1.00 Intellivision Utopia I $1.00 Intellivision Bowling CO(2) $3.00 Intellivision Frog Bog CO(2) $3.00 Intellivision Happy Trails CO(2) $8.00 Intellivision Loco-Motion CO(1) $4.00 Intellivision Sharp Shot CO(1) $2.00 Intellivision APBA Backgammon CI $3.00 Intellivision Armor Battle CI $3.00 Intellivision Astrosmash CIO(1) $3.00 Intellivision Auto Racing CI $3.00 Intellivision Auto Racing CI $3.00 Intellivision Bomb Squad CIO(2) $4.00 Intellivision Boxing CIO(2) $4.00 Intellivision BurgerTime CIO(2) $4.00 Intellivision Hockey CI $2.00 Intellivision Las Vegas Poker & Blackjack CIO(2) $3.00 Intellivision Las Vegas Roulette CI $2.00 Intellivision Major League Baseball CIO(2) $4.00 Intellivision Masters of the Universe Power of He-Man CI + Comic $10.00 Intellivision Motocross CIO(2) $8.00 Intellivision Motocross CI $6.00 Intellivision Motocross CI $6.00 Intellivision NASL Soccer CIO(2) $7.00 Intellivision NFL Football CI $3.00 Intellivision Night Stalker CIO(1) $5.00 Intellivision Sea Battle CIO(2) $4.00 Intellivision Snafu CIO(1) $4.00 Intellivision Space Armada (Sears) CI $3.00 Intellivision Space Hawk CIO(2) $4.00 Intellivision Space Spartans CIO(1) $3.00 Intellivision Star Strike CIO(1) $3.00 Intellivision Sub Hunt CI $3.00 Intellivision Vectron CIO(2) $4.00 Intellivision Truckin’ C $8.00 Intellivision Astrosmash CIB $3.00 Intellivision Football CIB $3.00 Intellivision Kool-Aid Man CIB $20.00 Intellivision Las Vegas Poker & Blackjack CIB $3.00 Intellivision Major League Baseball CIB $3.00 Intellivision NFL Football CIB $3.00 Intellivision Night Stalker CIB $3.00 Intellivision PBA Bowling CIB $3.00 Intellivision PGA Golf CIB $3.00 Intellivision Sea Battle CIB $3.00 Intellivision Sea Battle (Sears) CIB $3.00 Intellivision Space Armada (Sears) CIB $3.00 Intellivision Star Strike CIB $5.00 Intellivision Auto Racing CIB (1 Overlay) $3.00 Intellivision Basketball CIB (1 Overlay) $5.00 Intellivision Ice Trek CIB (1 Overlay) $7.00 Intellivision Swords & Serpents CIB (1 Overlay) $4.00 Intellivision APBA Backgammon CIB (No Overlays) $4.00 Intellivision Buzz Bombers CIB (No Overlays) $4.00 Intellivision Checkers CIB (No Overlays) $5.00 Intellivision Dreadnaught Factor, The CIB (No Overlays) $14.00 Intellivision Electric Company Math Fun CIB (No Overlays) $3.00 Intellivision Electric Company Math Fun CIB (No Overlays) $3.00 Intellivision Electric Company Word Fun CIB (No Overlays) $3.00 Intellivision Electric Company Word Fun CIB (No Overlays) $3.00 Intellivision Fathom CIB (No Overlays) $70.00 Intellivision NHL Hockey CIB (No Overlays) $4.00 Intellivision Sub Hunt CIB (No Overlays) $4.00 Intellivision Big League Baseball Sealed $20.00 Intellivision Dreadnaught Factor, The Sealed $40.00 Intellivision Frog Bog Sealed $22.00 Intellivision Frogger Sealed $30.00 Intellivision Las Vegas Roulette Sealed $20.00 Intellivision Lock 'n' Chase Sealed $12.00 Intellivision Night Stalker Sealed $14.00 Intellivision Nova Blast Sealed $25.00 Intellivision Reversi Sealed $18.00 Intellivision Royal Dealer Sealed $15.00 Intellivision Sharp Shot Sealed $15.00 Intellivision Sharp Shot Sealed $15.00 SOLD - Intellivision SNAFU Sealed $15.00 Intellivision Stampede Sealed $33.00 Intellivision Tron Maze-a-Tron Sealed $29.00 N64 Midway Greatest Hits 1 CIB $10.00 N64 Rainbow Six $5.00 N64 World is not Enough CIB $15.00 NES Bump’n Jump CI $5.00 NES Ironsword Wizard & Warriors II CIB $15.00 SOLD - NES Millipede CI $6.00 NES Slalom CI $7.00 NES Wizards & Warriors CIB $15.00 NES Wizards & Warriors III IB $18.00 NES Xevious CIB $7.00 PS1 Williams Arcade’s Greatest Hits CIB $10.00 PS1 The Atari Collection 1 CIB $10.00 PS1 The Atari Collection 2 CIB $10.00 PS1 The Midway Collection 2 CIB $10.00 PS1 Ultimate 3D Pinball CIB $5.00 PS1 Tomorrow Never Dies CIB $5.00 PS1 Worms Armageddon CIB $4.00 PS2 Tomb Raider Legend Sealed w/guide $20.00 PSP Burnout Dominator Sealed $15.00 14 Strategy Guides $2 each PVP2 console $15.00 * This is a simple console that might be fun for a hacker as there is the capability of storing many games directly on the console.
  9. Hi guys, my name is Grazi and I'm from Brazil. Here in Brazil it's really difficult for collectors to find original game boxes, and when we find one it's not always in good conditions. So people love to buy repro boxes for their games, and the closer of the original, the better! The thing is, i'm moving to US and I would like to continue this work, but I'm still getting into your culture, so I would like to know if you guys like this kind of work, if you use to buy it, etc.. how do you like it? I already made game boxes for: Sega Genesis, SNES, NES, ATARI, N64, MASTER SYSTEM, GBA, GBC. And now I have this project of start making consoles/handhelds boxes also. You can see in the image below that I'm working on a GBC Yellow box, 100% vectorized (except the screenshots), and now I'm treating the background image in Photoshop. So I think the result will be really nice!!! I used to make repro boxes a long time ago, like this: (this material is different from what I'm using now) And this is an exemple of the new material I found: Now, few years later, I have studied Graphic Designer and I'm able to make a better job, because now I can improve the image so much more too. Just remembering, the images are not downloaded from websites and printed, they receive a long Photoshop treatment, and many icons and texts are all new (vector). So I would really appreciate if you guys could give some feedback of what you would like to see in terms of REPRO BOXES, like, 100% loyal to the original, custom version, etc. Just tell me
  10. Kinsey is BACK with a stack of Nintendo 64 Hidden Gems for you game collectors! Games Shown: Mischief Makers Goemon’s Great Adventure Pokemon Puzzle League Beetle Adventure Racing Blast Corps Snowboard Kids Robotron 64 BustaMove 2 What games should be in Part 2?
  11. I know there is a topic comparing the jaguar and the N64 and, no offense, but the N64 is clearly superior in almost every way. But im asking about fhe Jaguar 2, AKA: project midsummer. So this is project midsummer vs. project reality. Jaguar2 vs. N64 I would put the specs here but for some reason copy and paste won't work. N64 specs are the same in most places as more is confirmed but jag2 specs differ from place to place and i'm not sure which one to trust so be careful.
  12. All are complete in box w/ cart and manual except syd of valis which is c/b. Would love to sell as a lot but will make bundle deals as well. Selling only but will include free shipping w/ tracking in U.S. I don't have a price on Landstalker yet bc this is the one that has the promotional fruit roll up with it If you want a pic of insides (etc.) , please send me a pm and I'll shoot it over...thanks! Syd of Valis $118 Valis $80 SOLD Alisia $84 Shining Force $50 " II $75 Traysia $70 Wardner $70 Phantasy star III (manual worn)- free w/ purchase of 2 or more Evermore $75 Gaia $55 Mystic Quest $40 Y's III $55 Zelda: LTTP $78 Zelda OOT $55 Zelda Majora $55 *Pending sold And neogeo is on ebay but I can pull it if interested: http://www.ebay.com/itm/NEW-NeoGeo-Pocket-Color-Launch-Edition-Silver-Handheld-System-W-SONIC-GAME-/302227451071?hash=item465e28ecbf:g:kjMAAOSw3v5YpwlI
  13. The Doctor V64 unit contains a CD-ROM drive which sits underneath the Nintendo 64 and plugs into the expansion slot on the underside of the Nintendo 64. Its a great way to play roms on the original hardware.
  14. I remember growing up playing Atari and NES, and reaching various points on a level and BAM! One game that comes to mind was Ninja Gaiden when I would jump, and a dam bat would hit me in the air and I would have to start the level over again. I don't know how I didn't break my controller, but my wall had some serious marks in the drywall. Of course I wouldn't do that with today's game consoles controllers. Their controllers are made like a piece of $hit. I have to say in my opinion the NES controllers were built to last! What games parts really pissed you off?
  15. Hi all! Got a few more games for sale. Buy one, buy more than one, take the whole lot? Shipping is a flat $5 in the US. PM me if interested and thanks for looking [sNES] ActRaiser $19 Super Mario All-Stars, with manual $19 [N64] Donkey Kong 64 $9 Glover $9 [3DS] Ocarina of Time, complete $9 [Dreamcast] Ms. Pac-man Maze Madness, complete $9 [PS2] Final Fantasy X-2, complete $9 Robotech: Battlecry, with box $4 [PS4] Final Fantasy XV, complete $9 (note FF XV is the European version, but it is region free) Mass Effect Andromeda, complete $9 Cheers, Ben
  16. Got some games for sale. PRICES DO NOT INCLUDE SHIPPING COSTS, will ship items very protected & as cheap as possible https://imgur.com/xof8bNh https://imgur.com/T5mC7Kw https://imgur.com/Hyx5GbF https://imgur.com/aNRim4J https://imgur.com/gCxOqmR https://imgur.com/T6jiZ8s Gameboy: Sold Zelda oracle of the seasons in box, *no box insert* game, box and booklet are in Amazing shape. $50 Silver Pokemon Gameboy Color Console Bundle, Includes ac plug in adaptor, car plug in charger, 2 Games, Tetris & alleyway. $5 SHREK FAIRY TALE FREAKDOWN- Includes Instruction booklet & Plastic game case. $10 Kirby's Dreamland- Cart only, Includes Plastic game case. N64: Games are all cart only but in very good condtion Games are all cart only but in very good condtion $30 Supermario 64 Sold Mariokart 64 Sold Gold eye 007 $15 rampage world tour Sold Pokémon puzzle league $15 Starfox64 Sold Crusin world $10 Star Wars rogue squadron $10 Star Wars shadows of the empire $10 Ready 2 rumble boxing $20 rampage world tour $15 Pokémon puzzle league $15 Starfox64 $10 Crusin world $10 Star Wars rogue squadron $10 Star Wars shadows of the empire $10 Ready 2 rumble boxing $5 Rumble pack $5 Tremor Pack & memory card Sega Genesis: Cart only. See pics for condition $20 Boogerman $20 Captain America and the Avengers $10 Disney's Aladdin $10 Street Fighter 2 Special Championship Edition $10 Sonic 3 *not for resale* $5 Sonic *not for resale* $5 Warlock $5 Eternal Champions $3 Toughman Contest $3 The Jungle Book $3 Sonic 2 Not for resale *have 2 of these* $3 Jammit $3 Greatest Heavyweights $3 Nba action 95 Playstation 2 $3 each, Memory cards. see picture
  17. Hi folks Looking for an adaptor cart suitable for a V64 Bung Doctor for the N64 there are several variants available (eg DX256, DS1 "save cade", ultra SFX 64) but any will do - I just want to get it running ! Sensible offers please. Thanks in advance for any response. Regards Simon
  18. I have an old Nintendo 64 that my wife enjoys playing. It's a good party console because everybody remembers it and can have a little nostalgia, so I have it hooked up to my big screen HDTV. Recently I got a new Vizio TV, and started to have problems. My Vizio is one of those TVs that only have Component (Y/Pb/Pr) jacks, with the green jack (Y) doubling as the Composite jack (Sucker has 5 HDMI ports...seems a shame I cant take advantage of it since my A/V receiver has 6...). So, plugging the N64 in, I can't get a picture to show up, with most cartridges, in most situations. Audio comes in fine, so I know the console is running, and it works on one of my older TVs just fine. I read online sometimes those expansion paks go bad, thinking that was the problem, I was about to spring for a new one...except the audio worked so I was stumped. So I try different cartridges, and I get the weirdest results from Star Wars Episode I Racer. It's one of those that can take advantage of the Expansion Pak's extra memory thru a menu option, but it's not required for playing. So the N64 would start, I could hear the audio but no picture. Then suddenly, the menu demo video shows up! I hit a button, and as soon as it goes back to the main menu, no picture again. I start hitting buttons blindly, and get farther into the race, when the race starts video shows up again and I can race! So I'm thinking, I'll turn off the hi-res graphics to see if it affects anything, I did, same results. So now I'm searching the internet, letting it cycle from black screen to video, then suddenly I see the main menu, only it's in black and white. And then, when it cuts to the menu demo video, it remains in black and white, along with the rest of the game till a reset. If I leave it long enough, it will revert from black menu screen/full color video, to black & white menu screen/black & white video. None of my other games show up at all, no matter how blindly far I can get thru the menus. I know about all the video signal stuff, how component has luminance on the green channel and putting a composite input on it will show black & white like that, but if it shares jacks, why isn't my TV smart enough to to figure it out (or just give me the option to choose...). My gamecube renders perfectly with no issues on the composite cable. So my ideas...perhaps the signal from the N64 is too weak and the TV thinks it's actually a component signal? Anything I can do to fix it? Or maybe something actually is bad with the console?
  19. Austin

    done

    Well guys, I think I am going to wrap things up here. I've got some back problems and will be out of work for the next week as a result, and I want to minimize trips to the post office. I don't think anything left is going to sell anyway. So, thanks to everyone that helped out! It's been a crazy-busy week for shipping stuff out.
  20. Put up my full 29 game VGA graded collection. Thanks for looking! No reserve!!
  21. I am looking for games, that are not as popular, though considered great and fun. Does anyone have any to suggest to me?
  22. -ALL PRICES ARE SHIPPED IN U.S. -BUNDLED PRICES ARE MOST WELCOME! AND strikeouts mean SOLD! - NO TRADES AT THIS TIME, PP AND AMAZON GC WELCOME *ps1* Elemental gearbolt ps1 cib $70 Thousand Arms Ps1 CIB $60 Breath of fire iv cib. Ps1 $40 *gc* The Legend of Zelda: Twilight Princess (GameCube)cib $45 Super Mario Sunshine (GameCube) cib, $30 Pikmin gc c/b $22 Re 2 gc cib $35 Re 3 gc cib $30 *ps2* Marvel vs. Capcom 2 (PlayStation 2) c/b $40 God hand ps2 cib $40 Robot alchemic drive ps2 cib $40 *Ds*/*gba* Spirit tracks "Not for Resale" cart DS $25 Breath of Fire gba cib $45 Sword of mana cib gba $25 *n64* Conkers bad fur day cart n64 & CIB $75/$140 Mystical ninja starring goemon n64 cart $35 *snes* Zombies ate my neighbors snes cart $35 Mario All-stars/World $40 Donkey Kong Country C/B $35 Secret of Evermore C/B/Map $60 *genesis* Mazin Saga Mutant Fighter cart $28
  23. I was very happy to received 007 for the Wii this Christmas. While I am quite interested in this game, I am experiencing some issues with wierd controllers. For controllers, I have the traditional Wiimote and Nunchuk setup, and a bootleg Chinese 3rd party Classic Controller. Now, the issue that I have using the Wiimote is that it also serves as the second analog, so to speak. So if I slacken my wrist even a little, Bond will turn in another direction. Now, my Classic Controller clone is has impercise analogs, but even it that weren't the case, the button mapping is really awkward. Even when I adjust the settings, I can't re-map the gun button. So I am left with a critically acclaimed, unplayable game. What about other controller options? Is the Gold Classic Controller any better? How about the Zapper? Thanks!
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