That was bullshit. Spurs intentionally stopped providing AC so that Lebron would cramp up. Lebron has a history of cramping up.
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Posted by J7. on 30 April 2014 - 09:36 PM
What's the need for people to hate on Hyperkin? Big deal it's had delays and some issues. A company that releases such products should be supported by gamers, not derided. The more you ridicule them, the lesser the chances of getting products like this being made and succeeding. It's so irritating to read the comments in this thread.
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Posted by J7. on 21 April 2014 - 04:40 AM
Actually with games of the late 1980's and early 1990s most of the defunct publishers were actually branches of bigger publishers for instance ultra if anyone remember them was around only 5 years before shutting there doors. But the games and copyrights survived because they were a branch of konomi
The good ole days when publishers had to create sub-labels in order to release more than 2 games on Nintendo.
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Posted by J7. on 16 April 2014 - 02:30 AM
You're after the same goodness as I am. I managed to pick up Metal Warriors a few months ago (it really is an EXCELLENT game btw), and Demon's Crest is #1 on my hit list still but I refuse to pay more than ~$70 (I've seen it as low as in the $50s). I haven't been actively looking for Wild Guns but it will be on my list after I snag Demon's Crest and Ogre Battle.
Fortunately, I have managed to acquire the majority of the really good carts for SNES/NES over the past couple of years so I'm more than ready to go whenever this thing actually launches.
Demon's Crest. I remember picking up that game in 1995 for like $20-$30 new at Software Etc at the mall. Didn't know shit about it except that it looked decent and was cheap. That game was very frustrating though and I regret the purchase.
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Posted by J7. on 15 January 2014 - 10:09 PM
Unsung Story: Tale of the Guardians is the spiritual successor in a storied line of epic tactical RPGs designed by Yasumi Matsuno. Playdek is excited to be partnering with one of the most legendary game designers, as well as you the fans, to bring out arefreshing, immersive new take on the tactics genre.
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Posted by J7. on 07 December 2013 - 06:02 AM
It'll stack but it won't make a difference in price. If you purchase 3x $54.99 games and use the B2G1 cpn, 20% cpn and PUR pro they will all stack but the price will still be 49.49 per game with the 3rd one being free. So whether you use the 20% cpn or not it won't make a difference.
Thanks! That's weird.
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Posted by J7. on 18 November 2013 - 04:44 AM
Heard lead could have been mixed in with PS4's thermal paste. It's 3 pages.
Need to find if anyone has tried replacing their thermal paste.
I have one, on Craigslist, that I'm selling tomorrow for 530. For me, that's enough of a profit to be worth it.
That's good profit. Don't have to deal with Ebay and it's horrible fees.
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Posted by J7. on 18 November 2013 - 04:25 AM
PS4 starts at $514.45 on Ebay. But let's take one that is $550 instead. No money to be made!
$16.25 ppal fee
$55 ebay fee
$15-30 shipping fee
$463.75-448.75- COST OF $425.39 = 38.36-23.36
A whopping $20-$30 of profit IF you sell it for a higher price than the lowest starting BINs.
Posted by J7. on 17 November 2013 - 01:44 AM
Not gaming related, but definitely relating to the "lifetime policy": I had a friend that bought couches from them, used them for FIVE YEARS, and returned them for a full refund without a hitch. No questions asked. Costco is amazing
Ya I seen shit like that happen a few times. It's ridiculous and infuriating. Costco does now allow items to be marked up over 15%, has amazing benefits and much higher livable wages for employees. Yet people abuse them instead of really supporting one of the best companies still left in America. I guess people prefer to pay for Walmart employees welfare and food stamps since their wages are too low.