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BurningDoom
Posted: Saturday, August 04, 2012 12:08:37 AM

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Just got Crazy Taxi for Dreamcast and Test Drive 5 for PS1 for $3.99 a piece at Goodwill, both of them complete. But an even better find was Metallica: And Justice For All and Ride the Lightning both for $3.99 a piece as well! And they were also complete and in excellent condition. (Goodwill puts PC games, PS1 games, and Dreamcast games in with the CDs and charge the same price.)



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Posted: Sunday, August 05, 2012 11:52:45 AM

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Picked these up while I was in Sacramento to see Iron Maiden (which by the way was freaking amazing! I'm gonna post about it in the metal thread), at an awesome little store called "Fair Game". There was so much more I wanted, but the wife was with me so I couldn't go nuts:



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Metal Gear Solid FTW!

I was so blown away by that game when I first got it. Many late nights were spent sneaking around Shadow Moses, lol.

I remember everything about that time. The little 1 bedroom apartment I lived in with my Girlfriend, whom I would later marry and divorce, lol. My comic book collection was less than 500 strong, but I had a pretty hefty VHS movies collection. I was also into Pro Wrestling at the time.

..man, so much has changed since MGS1.



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Posted: Saturday, August 11, 2012 9:06:11 AM

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SpidermanGeek wrote:
Metal Gear Solid FTW!

I was so blown away by that game when I first got it. Many late nights were spent sneaking around Shadow Moses, lol.

I remember everything about that time. The little 1 bedroom apartment I lived in with my Girlfriend, whom I would later marry and divorce, lol. My comic book collection was less than 500 strong, but I had a pretty hefty VHS movies collection. I was also into Pro Wrestling at the time.

..man, so much has changed since MGS1.


I remember buying MGS1 the day it released, it was at a Toys R Us that was near by. Its closed now. Still have the game and its pretty much mint. Discs are spotless, case is A-ok and all the booklets are still inside.

It sits nicely on my shelve with other hard to find at a reasonable price PS1 titles.

Late 90's were awesome.

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Posted: Saturday, August 11, 2012 12:46:10 PM

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ShenValleyInitiative wrote:
SpidermanGeek wrote:
Metal Gear Solid FTW!

I was so blown away by that game when I first got it. Many late nights were spent sneaking around Shadow Moses, lol.

I remember everything about that time. The little 1 bedroom apartment I lived in with my Girlfriend, whom I would later marry and divorce, lol. My comic book collection was less than 500 strong, but I had a pretty hefty VHS movies collection. I was also into Pro Wrestling at the time.

..man, so much has changed since MGS1.


I remember buying MGS1 the day it released, it was at a Toys R Us that was near by. Its closed now. Still have the game and its pretty much mint. Discs are spotless, case is A-ok and all the booklets are still inside.

It sits nicely on my shelve with other hard to find at a reasonable price PS1 titles.

Late 90's were awesome.


Yep, great, industry changing game. It was one of those games that proved that video games could be just as viable a form of art as movies.

BTW, I still watch wrestling. TNA Impact has been awesome since that d-bag Vince Russo quit.

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Posted: Saturday, August 11, 2012 7:04:23 PM

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Just won auctions on eBay for Scribblenauts on DS and Super Mario Bros. 3 on GBA, both for under $5!

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Picked up L.A. Noire yesterday. Now I'll be switching between it and Metal Gear Solid 4, lol.

I love when we get near fall, there's always a boost in gaming and games.



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SpidermanGeek wrote:
Picked up L.A. Noire yesterday. Now I'll be switching between it and Metal Gear Solid 4, lol.

I love when we get near fall, there's always a boost in gaming and games.


Has the trophies patch for MGS4 come out yet?

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ShenValleyInitiative wrote:
SpidermanGeek wrote:
Picked up L.A. Noire yesterday. Now I'll be switching between it and Metal Gear Solid 4, lol.

I love when we get near fall, there's always a boost in gaming and games.


Has the trophies patch for MGS4 come out yet?


Yup, came out like last Monday.



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Newest Games Added To The Collection:

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Rayman Origins
Hannah Montana: The Movie
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Flameslinger Skylander







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Ratatouille
Meet The Robinsons
Chicken Little





PlayStation 2:

Guitar Hero: Aerosmith



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^ Rayman: Origins is soooo much fun. It feels like playing an old Super Mario Bros. game for the first time, but with much better graphics, and a very impressive game soundtrack.

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^ Rayman: Origins is soooo much fun. It feels like playing an old Super Mario Bros. game for the first time, but with much better graphics, and a very impressive game soundtrack.


I was hoping that it was good. Picked it up for a great price. Will probably pop that one open next and give it a go. Big Grin




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Posted: Saturday, August 18, 2012 4:53:44 PM

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I've got a TurboGrafx-16 again!

Whoo hoo!!! My wife just spilled the beans before the package got here because she couldn't contain herself. Freaking awesome! And you know how incredible she is? She also got Splatterhouse with it!

I used to have a one, but my fat cat sat on the controller cord where it plugs into the port, and snapped the entire port, rendering the console useless.

Now it's time to build-up my TurboGrafx game collection again!

Before I found that out, today, I picked these up for dirt cheap at Gamestop, just a couple bucks a piece:

Guitar Hero (PS2)
Guitar Hero II (PS2)
Guitar Hero: Rocks the '80s (PS2) (I already have GH III Legends of Rock, GH World Tour, & GH Metallica)
Metal Gear Solid 2: Sons of Liberty (PS2)
Tony Hawk's Underground (PS2)

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Posted: Sunday, August 26, 2012 9:01:30 PM

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Picked up my first 3 TurboGrafx-16 games since re-acquiring the console, and StarFox Adventures on Gamecube recently:



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Picked up some Skylanders this weekend as well:

PS3
Double Trouble (single pack)
Camo, Ignitor, Warnado (3-pack)

Also picked up Wipeout 2 for the PSMove.

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Just got:





All for dirt cheap! Time Soldiers in particular I'm stoked about. I've had my eye out for this one for a while, and I came across it at Goodwill for $2!

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And BD's game vault gets even bigger.

Drooling

I use to have both of those master system games. It's funny how I use to think the square pattern on all the boxes looked cool, instead of the cheese that now comes to mind.

Do you have any of the gamecards that were on SMS? There weren't very many but I thought is was a cool idea.
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Shizz wrote:
And BD's game vault gets even bigger.

Drooling

I use to have both of those master system games. It's funny how I use to think the square pattern on all the boxes looked cool, instead of the cheese that now comes to mind.

Do you have any of the gamecards that were on SMS? There weren't very many but I thought is was a cool idea.


Yep, they're about the size of a credit card (but thicker), and the same size as TurboGrafx-16 games. I've got this one in my collection:



Pretty generic shoot-em up. But I thought the fact that it was a Sega Card would be a cool little novelty in my collection, and it was cheap. From what I've read, none of the Sega Card titles are all that impressive, though.

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1080 Snowboarding is a great game! Classic.

Still own it to this day.

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