I know exactly what you mean. I collect NES games and I usually buy them by the lot. Thing is, I try to control how much I am willing to spend per game. I've seen a lot of great boxes of NES games go for only a buck or two over what I was willing to pay. Missed out on some great rares that way. The up-side is that retro games are going to stay relatively cheap for awhile (with the exception of the rares). So even though you didn't get the best deal doesn't necessarily have to count you out of the purchase all together. Hang in there. *fistbump*
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I had the same problem for the longest time and was about ready to sell my PS3 because I couldn't even play any of the new games I'd gotten. However, I read somewhere that if you go to the Network Settings and change Media Servers from Enabled to Disabled, the problem is magically fixed. I tried it. It worked. Give it a shot!