Smash Bros Brawl
Mario Kart Wii
New Super Mario Bros Wii
Wallace and Gromit Were Rabbit
Fallout 3 GOTY
and also an Ouya Controller for $5. Dont know why I bought this lol.
Jump to content
Posted by arsenalcrazy8 on Yesterday, 08:24 PM
Posted by arsenalcrazy8 on 13 June 2019 - 03:07 PM
10 years ago? How old are you? Collector's edition have been around for WAY longer than that.
Have they become more prominent over the past decade? Yes.
Posted by arsenalcrazy8 on 12 June 2019 - 10:01 PM
CEs have just gotten kinda too much for me. When they first started appearing ~10 years ago I would buy almost all of them because I was a sucker for 'collectors' or 'rare' stuff. Nowadays I dont buy almost any except the true games I am really looking forward to, and even then I usually pass on expensive, large ones.
Only one I ever regret not buying was Last of Us Post Pandemic, which at the time I thought was a ridiculously high price.
Posted by arsenalcrazy8 on 11 June 2019 - 01:48 AM
Posted by arsenalcrazy8 on 21 May 2019 - 06:15 PM
Finally had some quality finds after a longgggg time.
local thrift Dreamcast games ($2 bucks each):
Kiss Psycho Circus
Tom Clancys Rainbow Six
Air Force Delta
Local Goodwill (they started shipping their games to shopgoodwill.com so was surprised to find)
$7 nes console only aaaannndddd
3 bucks each:
Tecmo Super Bowl
River City Ransom
Super Mario Bros/Duck Hunt
Ninja Gaiden 2
Double Dragon 2
Double Dragon 3
Blades of Steel
Posted by arsenalcrazy8 on 21 March 2019 - 04:47 AM
Posted by arsenalcrazy8 on 06 March 2019 - 07:00 AM
Posted by arsenalcrazy8 on 25 February 2019 - 09:42 PM
I found 2 dualshock 4's for 5 bucks each at a nearby goodwill.
they looked in a little rough shape and when you shook them, there were things moving around inside.
"they must be broken" I thought. Someone must have used them for parts, or tried to fix them etc.
I bought both anyway thinking I could at least tinker with them.
I got home and open them up. Both had one of the rumble motors loose and flailing around inside, but to my surprise, they both work 100%; they hold a regular charge and every button works.
I could probably just solder the missing motor on them, but how bizarre they would both have they same sided motor and plastic broken on the same handle. Is this some sort of common occurrence for ps4 controllers?