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Final Fantasy VIII guide for $4.95(+s/h)


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#1 IAmTheCheapestGamer

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Posted 12 September 2006 - 11:01 AM

I found these guides listed on a site I used to find some harder to find games on, called Chips & Bits. They used to advertise in EGM and the rest of the gaming mags ALL the time back in the 16 bit era.

It would seem that they have a bunch of OLDER guides on their site, as Banjo Tooie and Diddy Kong Racing were also available when I wrote this thread up.

However, be warned, as the 'cheapest' method of shipping they use is US Priority Mail, which to ship from their place to my house came to $6.24 on TOP of the price of the guides.

Final Fantasy VIII Guide($4.95):
http://www.chipsbits...INAF8.BK&eq==
Shenmue Official Perfect Guide($2.95):
http://www.chipsbits...ENOPG.BK&eq==

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#2 slidecage

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Posted 12 September 2006 - 12:04 PM

i think the OFFICAL FF 7 and 8 guides have been reprinted.

I just took some guides over to a used game place in town and they had 20 of each lying on the floor
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#3 nwaugh

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Posted 12 September 2006 - 03:56 PM

i think the OFFICAL FF 7 and 8 guides have been reprinted.

I just took some guides over to a used game place in town and they had 20 of each lying on the floor

Interesting - could that mean a reprint of the games is coming soon too?

#4 cranguy

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Posted 12 September 2006 - 04:16 PM

Doubtful.. the guides have been plentiful for awhile. I assume that Bradygames publishes the guides themselves and continue to do so because the games still have moderate/high demand.

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#5 nwaugh

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Posted 12 September 2006 - 04:46 PM

Linking directly to pages on the site doesn't seem to be working, but there's an interesting price mistake - they've reversed the prices on Donkey Konga 2 and DK2 w/ bongos. Go to www.chipsbits.com, click on Gamecube, and then click on Gamecube Dance. DK2 w/ bongos is $20 - not bad if you haven't been able to find them at Sears, TRU or CompUSA.