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    Quote Originally Posted by FoxHound View Post
    I have yet to pick up any Lunar for SCD or even Playstation. I did buy it for PSP but I am not into the story as I thought I would be maybe ill give it a try again. Is the booklet and stuff really worth having or disc only be okay?
    The Sega CD version, to me, has a certain charm that the subsequent versions didn't have for some reason. More than likely, it had to do with the fact that I first received and played these games when I was a teenager - so they grew up with me, in a sense. I enjoy the PS versions, but I'd rather play the Sega CD originals any day of the week. This is more geared for Lunar: TSS over Lunar: EB, as that game didn't change much in the upgrade. I started playing the PSP version, but I didn't make it past the first cut scene.

    Disc only should be fine if you're just wanting to play it.

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    Mint CIB should not go over $75. But people will pay upwards of $150.

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    There is a CIB copy of Lunar: Silver Star going for $27 + $4 shipping on Amazon.com right now.
    A retarded Sonic.

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    Quote Originally Posted by FoxHound View Post
    I have yet to pick up any Lunar for SCD or even Playstation. I did buy it for PSP but I am not into the story as I thought I would be maybe ill give it a try again. Is the booklet and stuff really worth having or disc only be okay?
    How far into the game are you? The intro, like a lot of RPGs, is kinda slow, but it picks up once the big early plot twist happens.
    A retarded Sonic.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TheSonicRetard View Post
    How far into the game are you? The intro, like a lot of RPGs, is kinda slow, but it picks up once the big early plot twist happens.
    Yes, once you learn that the white dragon diamonds are really dragon poop.
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    Quote Originally Posted by TheSonicRetard View Post
    How far into the game are you? The intro, like a lot of RPGs, is kinda slow, but it picks up once the big early plot twist happens.
    I got into the first cave and met the white dragon..my save file is somewhere around there.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bloodreign View Post
    I've only ever seen the PS1 versions in the wild, in my town both Lunars go for $59.99 a pop, in Texas I saw Silver Star Story sell for $49.99.

    I thought deeply about them, but that's too much to spend on just 2 games.
    so you never buy new ps3 games or 360 games?

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    btw what does cib mean?

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    Quote Originally Posted by bultje112 View Post
    btw what does cib mean?
    cib is complete in box.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hidden_Darkness View Post
    cib is complete in box.
    This.

    Though sometimes you'll see some tards using it to represent cart/instructions/box. That drives me bonkers every time.
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    Funny, the general consensus on NintendoAge is CIB = cart/instructions/box, anything else is thought up by tards.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Guntz View Post
    Funny, the general consensus on NintendoAge is CIB = cart/instructions/box, anything else is thought up by tards.
    That's pretty sad.

    I'm curious what they think NIB and MIB stand for - since, with that logic, they couldn't possibly recognize them as "New in Box" and "Mint in Box"?

    I've also not seen anyone say DIB for disc/instructions/box which would be a natural progression of that kind of tardness...
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    Quote Originally Posted by Hidden_Darkness View Post
    cib is complete in box.
    Which actually should include EVERYTHING (COMPLETE!) the game came with new. meaning promotional items, registration carts, baggies, dust covers etc where apliciable. Ive learned to have to ASK for these items though however, more often than not they do NOT include these extra items, while advertized as CIB.

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    Yeah, much like journalism, even collector terms as old as collecting itself is totally out of whack in the world of video games...

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    and thats why I love "garage sales" I got my copy of the silver star almost mint for 15 pesos! (like 1 dollar and 50 cents) it was in a box full of cds and dvds. aaa one of my happiest days of collector.
    too old for video games huh?

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