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I have started to sell new and used video games online through Amazon.ca. Most, if not all of my listings, are the cheapest available and I have several rare games/consoles in stock.
We now have an eBay store: http://stores.ebay.ca/Yoshi-Industries
Please check out my postings - they are being sold under the name "Yoshi Industries" and you can follow my store's Twitter postings at: http://twitter.com/y_industries
Many thanks and enjoy!
I recently began buying old games for my Nintendo 64 off eBay. For a few dollars a piece, I got Donkey Kong 64, Pilotwings 64, Paper Mario, Star Wars - Episode I: Racer, Forsaken 64, Quake, Quake II, Blast Corps, Excitebike 64, Resident Evil 2, Cruis'n USA, Cruis'n World, and Vigilante 8. I am quite happy with these purchases and some were based from your suggestions. All this got me thinking, "When these games originally came out, they cost anywhere between $60-$70 each. Now I can own them for $3!" Obviously, the monetary value of the games has decreased; however, their play value, in my opinion, remains high. Sure, the graphics, sound, etc., are dated - I cannot deny this but the games remain worthy purchases given the sense of nostalgia and fun that they provide.
I think it might be time to update my NES, SNES and GCN libraries!
(On a side note, if you need to strengthen your Wii library, pick-up Red Steel 2. Great graphics, awesome controls, unique story - what more could you want?)
Can someone explain to me how the emblem system works? Sometimes I have three emblems, but other times I have only two emblems. I am not sure how emblems are awarded and I have never actively sought one. From my experience, they just appear, disappear, then re-appear like some lame horror movie franchise.
Come to think about it, I just had a Saw emblem. Now where did it go?
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