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  1. For sale (all clean, tested, working): SOLD Intellivision II - console, 2 controllers, original power supply, RF cable - $60 plus actual shipping. Colecovision - console, 2 controllers, original power supply, RF cable - $75 plus actual shupping Retron 3 - console, 2 wireless controllers, power supply, AV cable - $45 plus actual shipping Gameboy Color - console, some scratches on screen - $25 plus actual shipping Nintendo 64 / N64 - console, jumper pak/memory expansion, arcade shark panel joystick, power supply, AV cable - $75 plus actual shipping See pictures. PM me if interested or for more pics/info. NES Top Loader w/ Original Video & Power Cable - $75 + actual shipping SOLD! These are still available: N64 Console w/ w/ Original Video & Power Cable - $60 + actual shipping N64 Arcade Shark Controller - $25 + actual shipping
  2. Holy frijoles these games cost me a whole lot of guacamole! Let's make sure they're real.
  3. I've got a "glitch gremlin" in my N64 that's so bad, for a while today I was convinced my N64 was dead--every game I played froze either on startup or within 2-3 minutes of gameplay. It would freeze and get all scrambled. Sort of like a NES game. Now to be completely honest....I might have caused or exacerbated this issue.... Earlier today, I took out my expansion pack, cleaned it with rubbing alcohol, and put it back in (this was in an attempt to fix a different unrelated issue) then, the above-mentioned crashing started to happen. After a while I came to the conclusion that my over-use of only 70-ish% pure rubbing alcohol maybe have caused some moisture to get into the console to cause this new problem. Soooo.... I gave the N64 a while for the alcohol to evaporate and played it just now. For the first 20-25 minutes of gameplay it seemed fine, like the alcohol and whatever made up that unaccounted-for 30 something % had evaporated and the freezing was gone. Then it froze/crashed again Right now I'm letting the N64 sit there, on but with no one playing it. It hasn't crashed but then again the glitch might have something to do with high CPU use, or whatever that equivalent is in console gaming (don't know the right terminology) Anyone had a similar problem? I really need help here.....
  4. I recently started paying more attention to my Nintendo 64 collection. I had a bunch of games that I bought with with system years ago, but I recently found out I can get some games for pretty cheap where I live. So before the local market changes, as it often does, I'll get as many N64 games as I can. At this point, I pretty much know what to look for: racing games, Mario, Zelda, Super Smash Bros. and some of those rare and elusive titles everyone pretty much knows about, but even if I have some experience with N64 games because I used to play a lot of ROMs on an emulator growing up, there are a lot of games I might not know about. I recently watched a video about Chameleon Twist 1 and 2 from My Life in Gaming and I'm definitely getting those because they look pretty good even if they didn't get glowing reviews back in the day. Also, I'm super excited because I just got a copy of International Superstar Soccer 2000 which can be quite expensive. Maybe I can get another cheap copy for the purposes of trading... I have to say I just have around 15 titles and none of them are extremely special, so I won't bore you with a list. But is there anything I might be missing from? Maybe a bunch of games that were ignored back in the day because the critics weren't very kind or something that arrived late in the system's life cycle? Thanks!
  5. I've had a few people message me over the last couple months, so I'm putting my z64 package back up for sale. I've recently updated it with a Compact Flash drive and will include a 2GB card as well. This is your opportunity to own an immaculate Z64 Mr. Backup unit for the N64. It is complete in its original box(Great condition) with all the original paperwork and power adapter. The unit is VERSION 2, so it will play 256MB games. It currently has V2.20B firmware installed. I'm also including 13 Zip disks as well as 5 N64 Cartridges for game saves(Golden eye(Loose) Command and Conquer(Boxed) (Nagano Winter Olympics '98(Boxed) Wrestlemania 2000(Boxed), and Perfect Dark(Boxed) I've recently updated it with a Compact Flash drive and will include a 2GB card as well. If you desire, the unit can be put back to its original zip drive in a matter of minutes. The original zip drive as well as an extra internal zip drive is included so you can transfer games/patches/firmware to the zip disk. It has around 65+ games loaded on the CF card. They are the exact games from all 13 zip disc. $275 for the entire package shipped in the US(Lower 48 only) Private message me in interested
  6. 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?
  7. 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!
  8. selling a few of my old video game's that i no longer need, among these games are turok 2, donkey kong 64, rayman 2, Nascar 99, Mario Party 2, Pokemon Snap, Pokemon Stadium 1 & 2, Quake 2, Megaman 64, Conker's Bad Fur Day, Banjo-Tooie, Space Invaders, Rocket, and Madden 99 Harvest Moon 64, Harvest Moon Back to Nature, Harvest Moon Gbc, Harvest Moon save the homeland, Harvest Moon A wonderful life and Harvest Moon anouther wonderful life The Misadventures Of Tron Bonne and Megaman Legends 2 demo disc check this link for the listings: http://rover.ebay.com/rover/1/711-53200-19255-0/1?ff3=4&pub=5574883395&toolid=10001&campid=5336500554&customid=&mpre=http%3A%2F%2Fwww.ebay.com%2Fsch%2Fdigitalxfacter%2Fm.html%3F_nkw%3D%26_armrs%3D1%26_from%3D%26_ipg%3D25%26_trksid%3Dp3686
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