It seemed kinda weird how there was a Capcom catalogue even though it was a Jaleco game. And it was that ugly Capcom USA logo with the font that looked like if it came from a bootleg copy or something.
M4R14NO94's YouTube Channel, home of some awesome (and cheesy, if we are talking about Smashing Drive's music) video game music and MegaRace 3 cutscenes (in Spanish). Now with GAME OVER YEAH!
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Near complete (missing the manual) Aleste for the Mark III
Super Famitsa 4, World Stadium EX, and Beyond the Beyond
World Stadium EX is my favorite of the bunch. I love the colorful cartoony graphics (2D sprites on a polygon field) and the simple game play. If you like Baseball Stars on the Neo Geo, definitely give World Stadium EX a try. The next PS World Stadium games went totally polygonal and don't look as good as EX.
I also got some junk this week, nothing to write home about:
2012-02-04 Finds by xelement5x, on Flickr
5 Brokens PS3s
1-CECHK01 (80GB, no BC)
Call of Duty 4 Modern Warefare (PS3)
Tourist Trophy (PS2)
Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen (PS2)
Virtua Racing (Gen)
NHL 95 (Gen)
The PS3s and PS2 stuff was $60 on Craigslist for all of it, not sure what I'm gonna do with it to be honest. Some are YLOD, but I figure for parts alone it's worth more than $60. Plus, 4 of the 5 are backwards compatible models and one of them starts but overheats to the YLOD. The Sixaxis works too, but one of the analog sticks is messed up and I've already ordered a replacement one. There was also some other Madden game (team manager 09?) but I gave it to a coworker.
The other stuff was from my local thrift, about $10 for all that plus some Leap Pad carts which I realize are useless without the books now :3
NHL 95 is CIB and in good shape, the N64 stick is tight, and the Virtua racing is in a rental box or something, no manual.
Selling one of those PS3's? Have been thinking about getting one lately.
element, I sold a broken 60gb PS3 with no HDD, cords, or controllers and it had been opened for $65 a couple of months ago, and I sold it within an hour of me posting the ebay listing. There is definitely a market for broken b/c PS3's, you could probably just flip them for $100 a pop as long as they haven't been opened and have the harddrives.
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