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  1. This was years ago. If we think back to all the games we sold back then compared to what they're worth now, we'd all go crazy.
  2. I used to have one of these. I bought it at Target back in 2007 or so on clearance for $7.98. I had it sealed but a few years ago my daughter got to it and started unwrapping it. She just got a corner off but it wasn't "sealed" any more. I auctioned it off on NA shortly after. I think it went for $42.
  3. @ZeldaFreak That Belmont's Revenge stage select is awesome. I own the game, but I don't think I've ever taken the time to actually listen to it. @nesmaster14 I know what you mean about that DOS game style. The lows sounds so good, but to me the highs can be too shrill, like metal scrapping. @acromite53 I think you are right, epic is the only way to describe that Turrican II title track.
  4. My pick ups from GameStop last week: Good: Puyo Tetris 2 (new) $30 Better: Moving Out $10 Betterer: Pokemon Sword Plus Expansions (on the cart) $55 Even More Betterer: Psikyo Shooting Stars Alpha Collection (new) $27 Best: Go! Go! Hypergrind $0 I posted last month that I got a CIB Path of Radiance from GameStop for $110. Well, at some point after that, this CB copy of Hypergrind came in to the same store. GameStop doesn't sell it, so they can't take it as a trade in. I don't know the specifics as I haven't yet talked with the manager yet, but she tucked it
  5. You're right, my mistake. Ikaruga was more expensive but I remember it came with a model ship and other goodies, but I did miss/not really care about the other releases.
  6. I'm not sure, what's going on here. I don't think any Nicalis game has been $60 before. I've purchased quite a few on release and they were all $40. I think it's been almost 2 years since their last physical release, and Edmund McMillen said he wouldn't be doing any more business with them after the accusations came out about the CEO. The only reason this game is still being released is because he said it was too fall along in production to pullout. So I wonder if Nicalis is either hiking the price to (1) try and squeeze more money out of fans knowing they'll pay more or (2) screw with McMille
  7. Day 1 (Intro) - Batman: Prologue [NES] Solid music composed by Naoki Kodaka but I really just wanted to point out how good all the toms sound in the drum rolls. Day 2 (Title) - Xenoblade Chronicles: Main Theme [Wii] Credit to contributing composer Yoko Shimomura. It's a slow burn but the swelling music along with the shifting landscape of the title screen is still mesmerizing. Day 3 (Menu) - SNES Classic Menu Theme [SNES] I'm not sure who to credit this with. It's bouncy and fun, sounds like a more contemporary Nintendo composition, not very SNESy. Day 4 (Heroic) - Wonder
  8. I asked my wife what she wanted for dinner, she said anything with stuffing, so I made this chicken stuffing casserole. Here it is pre Sriracha.
  9. @Andy_Bogomil Well I'm glad that in talking to you about not being able to find a game on sale, @Reed Rothchildand I both bought more Switch games on sale.
  10. I'm not sure why, but here's MK8 and NSMBU bundled together on Amazon for $60. https://www.amazon.com/dp/B07WRKFXBK/ref=as_li_ss_tl?ie=UTF8&smid=ATVPDKIKX0DER&th=1&linkCode=sl1&tag=sec2002-20&linkId=0510e7c769ab4a94ae60984245248841
  11. I've always thought of collecting stuff like this (R-Zone, GAME.COM, N-Gage, etc...) but I can't justify it past the kitschy factor.
  12. There's one too hands in this photo, but just the right amount of Hans.
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