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Posted by terrisus on 18 June 2016 - 03:45 PM
Final thought from me on this: It's amazing to me how many people come into a Rules thread, admit that they have been breaking the rules here for quite some time, insult people who have followed the rules, and even with the change in rules to be more permissive, imply that they're still going to continue to break the rules on the things that haven't changed.
So, yeah, carry on.
Posted by terrisus on 18 June 2016 - 03:02 AM
So for those who want a quick reference, it will end after
It will not go past 11pm EST. (I'm just going to leave that one without the quick reference.)
We're (most of us, anyway. There's parts of Arizona, and, IIRC, Indiana, which don't observe it) currently in Daylight Saving Time. So, it would be:
Posted by terrisus on 08 April 2016 - 03:49 PM
I'm awake, I'll be here all day, so send me offers!
NOTE: Virtual Boy games are on tentative hold until around 5PM EDT. Feel free to send offers in the meantime, but someone expressed interest and just needs to check what they do and don't have. So, priority order to them, but as I said, send offers and that way I can know for whatever doesn't go for them
VIRTUAL BOY GAMES
3D Tetris Galactic Pinball Golf Mario Tennis NESter's Funky Bowling Panic Bomber Red Alarm Teleroboxer Vertical Force (J) Virtual Fishing (J) Virtual League Baseball Virtual Pro Yakyuu '95 (J) V-Tetris (J) Wario Land Water World
Note1: In general, the more expensive games are in the top row, the medium-expensive games in the middle row, and the less-expensive games in the bottom row. So take that into consideration when sending offers (although, as always, I would love to move the lot as a whole)
Note2: The Virtual Boy is region-free, games from any region will work in systems from any region
Note3: 3DTetris (US) and V-Tetris (JP) are completely different games
Note4: Virtual League Baseball (US) and Virtual Pro Yakyuu '95 (JP) are basically the same game
Note5: Vertical Force (JP) is basically the same as Vertical Force (US) which I don't have.
Note6: All of the Japanese games are completely playable with minimal/no knowledge of Japanese... except for Virtual Fishing. That one you're going to have a heck of a time without at least basic knowledge of Japanese.
Posted by terrisus on 11 February 2016 - 04:03 AM
And, that i7-990x, Asus motherboard, and some other nifty stuff will soon be on their way to me. Huzzah!
I'm just glad I had a chance to jump on it, considering it took me 2 weeks to get the money for it. But it turned into a great deal, that I'm really happy with.
Obviously I'll leave official feedback once stuff has been received and all of that, but, really a great seller to work with here
Posted by terrisus on 30 January 2016 - 02:11 AM
Awwwww. :( I didn't see anything unfortunately, hopefully you'll come into some more money soon.
Darn, I wish I had seen this when it was posted - or any time up until last week, when I had money - since I would have been all over that
Bump for added 990x and motherboard.
There's probably nothing/not enough of interest to you, but, CML:
I'm doubtful of that much happening any time soon. It's not very often I come into any significant amount of money.
A couple of days ago I sold off the majority of what was left of my NES games for $330, though, and was contemplating upgrading my AMD Phenom II X4 with a motherboard that doesn't even support USB 3.0, and was looking at some of the just-released i5s with a motherboard (which, to be fair, would have had USB 3.1 and DDR4 support, but still), but I would have been all over that i7 and motherboard for probably right around what I would have ended up spending on the i5. What can I say - I'd like to have an i7 (had one of the first-gen i7s in a laptop I got a number of years ago, and a 3rd-gen i7 in another more recent laptop).
Ah well, one of these days...
Very good deal for anyone else looking at it, though.
Posted by terrisus on 27 January 2016 - 12:14 AM
bump! He's great to deal with! Super Awesome Seller CAG. Seriously buy his stuff! or I will keep on buying more and more =-X
Posted by terrisus on 02 January 2016 - 05:28 PM
I'll admit I don't really understand how these delisting things work.
When someone no longer has the rights to sell something/when the company with the rights to sell something no longer exists, the item is no longer sold.
With Physical, that just meant no more got produced - but the ones that were out there could still be bought, sold, and re-sold.
With Digital, flick a switch and it's all gone. Welcome to your digital future. Which is one of many reasons why DRM-free options should be encouraged.
Posted by terrisus on 22 October 2015 - 12:57 AM