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Did anyone buy from Shiny Technologies one of their Classic Game Controllers? I purchased the CGC with Inty type 2 adapter(DB-9) maybe 6 years ago for around $75.00. I just realized after looking at their site tonight they no longer make these. Do you guys think this could have some collectable value to it? I guess I'm thinking of what happened with those Atari 2600 flash carts (Cuttle Cart2, etc) that are no longer in production and look what happens when one of those come up for sale.

 

Either way I must admit mine did perform really well with the Nostalgia emulator.

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Did anyone buy from Shiny Technologies one of their Classic Game Controllers? I purchased the CGC with Inty type 2 adapter(DB-9) maybe 6 years ago for around $75.00. I just realized after looking at their site tonight they no longer make these. Do you guys think this could have some collectable value to it? I guess I'm thinking of what happened with those Atari 2600 flash carts (Cuttle Cart2, etc) that are no longer in production and look what happens when one of those come up for sale.

 

Either way I must admit mine did perform really well with the Nostalgia emulator.

 

If you have one of those, count your lucky stripes.

Yes, those are worth a LOT of money right now, just because they were made in such limited quantities. Im jealous you have one, I'm a huge Intv collector!

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I'm curious, from your point of view how much would you pay for one of these? I'm curious what an Intv collector would pay for one of these.

 

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Did anyone buy from Shiny Technologies one of their Classic Game Controllers? I purchased the CGC with Inty type 2 adapter(DB-9) maybe 6 years ago for around $75.00. I just realized after looking at their site tonight they no longer make these. Do you guys think this could have some collectable value to it? I guess I'm thinking of what happened with those Atari 2600 flash carts (Cuttle Cart2, etc) that are no longer in production and look what happens when one of those come up for sale.

 

Either way I must admit mine did perform really well with the Nostalgia emulator.

 

If you have one of those, count your lucky stripes.

Yes, those are worth a LOT of money right now, just because they were made in such limited quantities. Im jealous you have one, I'm a huge Intv collector!

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