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  2. There were others before. They did a full run of four books for NES as well.
  3. Another one from Hayden books. From Video Games & Computer Entertainment #21, October 1990.
  4. Were these the absolute first books Prima published? Or were there other video game or non-video game books before this?
  5. Very cool! Thank you for sharing this. The Sega Genesis volumes are a little interesting as the Volume 5 dipped out of the traditional Sega Genesis secrets to capture some Sega CD action too. They also published a Prima Sega CD (secrets of the game) which only made it one volume I believe. Kind of random
  6. Just thought I'd post this here! An early advertisement for the NES/SNES/Genesis era Prima Guides. Found in Game Players issue 56 from February 1994. Thanks to @acidjaguar for the invite to the club!
  7. This is my favorite guide - full color glossy pages and everything you need to know about the game. ev This is IMHO the best guide for Link to the Past - few pictures but everything is pretty much covered. I love the game but this guide is the pits. I think the author played through once or twice and wrote the guide - no depth to it at all.
  8. Good to know! When we were building this lists, the caveat was that the guide had to say the console system it pertained to on the cover or back. Maybe an exception here and there *cough*cough* Immortal Cluebook *cough*cough*
  9. Battletech on the Genesis is the same game as Mechwarrior 3050 for the Snes so it is a useful guide.
  10. The Battletech guide is fairly uncommon, they come up every once and a while. I believe the Amazon and eBay ones are overpriced given they are flying solo currently. But I don't consider it part of the SNES set as it only covers the Genesis version and there never was a Battletech for Super Nintendo.
  11. Aw I never knew it was that rare. I will probably stick to trying to get the PC version instead. I have this Battletech guide that covers the Genesis and Snes game. I've never seen it for sale. How rare is it? https://www.estarland.com/product-description/SegaGenesis/BattleTech-Official-Strategy-Guide/39397
  12. The AD&D guide for the SNES is probably the hardest to find in the whole set. It is essentially the same as the PC version that you have, but in black and white throughout (probably a photocopy with adjusted cover text). I know of less than five to exist (confirmed and seen). There may be a few more out there, but it certainly is extremely low on the numbers count.
  13. Going through my strategy guides tonight and it seems I don't have the AD&D Eye of the Beholder guide for the Snes. I'm looking for that one but I'd be happy just having the PC version(I assume it's the same?)
  14. Two Might and Magic Secret of the Inner Sanctum Cluebooks up for SNES. One at $100, the other at $90 /obo. Don't see them too often and probably can whittle down the OBO one a little more. $100 - https://www.ebay.com/itm/264675187187 $90 - https://www.ebay.com/itm/264384039518 ETA: $90 seller offered $75 by just watching it... that's nice of them.
  15. I low balled him further. Let's see if he just wants some cash. I've been interested in these, but I want to get them as cheap as possible, plus that letter isn't in the best of shape.
  16. Ogopogo Examiner - Premiere Issue - Just dropped $100 to $100 shipped. Great deal for anyone looking: https://www.ebay.com/itm/293492352950
  17. Slowly finishing the NES specific-game guide set (also thanks to you!), and trying to find every variant/print run of NES books globally. Discovering more and more language variants, which is cool, but finding all print runs is tough, as this is info that is generally not known / shared by sellers. I also loosely try to complete sets of magazines and fanzines from the NES era.
  18. What's up paper peoplez! Thought I'd see what people are actively pursuing these days (if anything!) .... Lately, I've been working on getting through the Versus guide book set. It has been pretty interesting to start constructing the list off any internet resources I've found and see how far off I am versus what's available. Hopefully over the course of this year I will be able to track them all down. Seems like a few are over priced already, but that just makes it more fun to find it at a reasonable price. I've also been working on early Dimension publishing gu
  19. Looks to be in pretty good shape and the price ain't bad with a BO option: Killer Instinct - Nintendo Player's Guide @ $17 OBO shipped https://www.ebay.com/itm/Killer-Instinct-Official-Super-Nintendo-Power-Players-Strategy-Guide-Book-SNES/164056308839?hash=item2632849c67:g:krwAAOSwmWxeMuNC
  20. I’ll see but don’t think there are those two. Do you have the AD&D Eye of the Beholder guide for SNES?
  21. I’ll pass on the GBA guide. I’m more interested in the original, “official” guides because those were the ones I had as a kid.
  22. Have almost every Snes guide Im looking for except that one.. maybe you have Brainlord (both version)
  23. I'll let you know on the two I am sure of. I don't recall any Xenogears or Vagrants in there. There is a multi-GBA guide that covers Chrono too if interested in something like that ? Let me know
  24. SNES Console system is sunfaded on top, but also likely sold. No lufia 2's here.... that's a tall order mate!
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