Atari 2600(1$ each)
Raiders of the Lost Ark
HUGE amount of games(60 in total) that will be listed later...I don't want to type that much right now(About 40 Atari, 9 SNES, 10 NES, some other stuff...
Marvel vs. Capcom 2(DC) $20
TeleroBoxer(Virtual Boy) $5
NES games:(All cart only, 3$ each, except POW[5$]
Little Nemo the Dream Master
Milon's Secret Castle
Stanley: The Search for Dr. Livingston
Got bored, went shopping. Got the following:
Atari 2600 games:
Lock N' Chase(w/ manual)
And I got a manual for Blue Print for free
Sega CD games(finally got some!)
Chuck Rock II
The Adventures of Batman and Robin
Rise of the Dragon
Sega Master System games:
F-16 Fighting Falcon(card game, complete)
Altogether it came to about 35$, so not too bad I guess...more games is always good :D
Yard sale: Picked up a Sega Genesis Model 1, no hookups/anything for 10$..second one I have now, but didn't want to pass it up
At my favorite thrift store(see BEST DAY EVER! below) picked up Legend of Zelda, Double Dribble, Bases Loaded and SMB/DH for a total of 6$
Stopped at a gamestore(looking for a RF connector for the Model 1 genny). Insted bought a complete Super Ghouls 'N Ghosts for $8
And finally got Archon and Bionic Commando for 3$ each at my newest found gamestore(Game Craze). I am soo going back there, all NES games 3$ apiece, some good stuff in there...lots of other stuff too..
Okay, so I worked today, busted my ass, got some money. Go out to the gamestore and bought the following:
9 Atari games(Star Strike, Football, Missles Command, Combat, codebreaker, slotracers, Circus Atari, Space Invaders, and Star Raiders). Mario Clash for Virtual Boy and Red Alarm(Virtual Boy). For NES: Cybernoids, and the Adventures of Tom Sawyer.
All of this for 20$...I can deal with that.
So I head on over to the thrift store. And then I see it...a boxed NES Action Set. I almost pissed my pants with excitement. Look at the price. 20$. Oh ****!! I had $19 left, and that 20$ was without sales tax still. Drive home really, really quickly, grab some more cash, and go back. Buy it. Take it home, and open it up. NES, the hookups, 2 controllers, Zapper and Three games: SMB/DH, Guerilla War and Wheel of Fortune...
I had the first two, but whatever. Works perfectly :D after repairing the pins(that was a pain in the ass to do.) And now I am happy with my awesome-est buys in awhile. And it came with a box!! Super awesome.
Captain Novolin(SNES). $4
Double Dragon(SMS). $5
Wave Race 64(N64). $5
The Krion Conquest[with instructions](NES). $5
Muppet Adventure(NES). $3
Urban Champion(NES). $3
First time I've bought old stuff in a long time...I finally got money and motivation. But, I now have to rearrange my shelves again. Oh well, that's always fun
Bought Splinter Cell, Serious Sam: Next Encounter, and Rebel Strike all for GCN. 20$ a game, so I can deal with that. Splinter Cell is gorgeous, Rebel Strike is more of the same, and Serious Sam is mindless shooting, not good, but not bad..
Bad Dudes(NES). Cost $2
Kung-Fu Heroes(NES). Cost $2
Legendary Wings(NES). Cost $2
Where's Waldo(NES). Cost $3
Space Invaders(Picture Label)(A2600). Cost $.50
Space Attack(A2600). Cost $.50
Air Sea Battle (A2600). Cost $.50
Circus Atari(A2600). Cost $.50
Chopper Command (A2600). Cost $.50
Star Raiders(A2600). Cost $.50
Dynamite Headdy(Genesis). Cost $5
Marko(Genesis). Cost $3
Pretty good day for me, total cost with tax and what not was $23.70, which I can totally deal with, and this buy pushed me over 300 total games! Woot!!!!
Jackal(NES). Cost $3
Blaster Master(NES). Cost $3
Gunstar Heroes(Genesis). Cost $9
A little more than I wanted to spend, but I heard Gunstar Heroes is good, but I have yet to test them
The Sims(GCN). Cost $20
Namco Museum(GCN). Cost $20
Bought the Sims off of a friend for more than he would get at a store, because I really wanted this game after playing it for like 1 minute on a computer. Even better when I actually figured out all the controls!!And then I got Namco Museum at a store later tonight because I love older games, and I wanted this collection, though I kinda do have it on GBA. Oh well, Classic Games ROCK!!
Lord of the Sword(SMS)[complete]. Cost $6
Dead or Alive 2(DC). Cost $20
I'm just glad I finally found DoA2..I've been looking for it forever. Haven't tried LotS yet, but I hope it will be fun.
Sega Master System w/ 1 controller(v1.3)
Galactic Pinball(VB)[w/ manual]
Street Fighter Alpha 3(DC)
Whooo...A Sega Master System! Finally found one! The games so far are good, I need to try that VB one. All of it cost me 60$...so, good enough deal. I can deal with it. Really happy about the SMS :)
Contra III: The Alien Wars(SNES). Cost $10
F-Zero(SNES). Cost $5
Galaga(NES). Cost $3
Zoda's Revenge: Star Tropics II(NES). Cost $3
To the Earth(NES)[Boxed, no manual]. Cost $5
Baseball Simulator 1.000(NES). Cost $5
Burai Fighter(NES)[Complete]. Cost $5
Super Monkey Ball(GCN). Cost $20
Halo(Mac). Cost $50
Good enough, I can deal with all of this....Contra won't work though :(. ..but I might need to clean it even more. Iunno. Halo is uber-fun too!
Burgertime(NES). Cost: $5
Demon Sword(NES). Cost: $3
Gyruss(NES). Cost: $3
Kick Master(NES). Cost: $1
Kung Fu(NES). Cost: $1
Rad Gravity(NES). Cost: $3
Rad Racer II(NES). Cost: $3
Solar Jetman(NES(. Cost: $3
Treasure Master(NES). Cost: $2
Wild Gunman(NES). Cost: $5
Midway Arcade Treasures(GCN). Cost: 20$
Really fun games, for the most part. Midway Arcade Treasures is a real gem, and cheap too! If you have a GCN, go buy it!
Wrath of the Black Manta(NES). Cost: $3
Magic of Scheherazade(NES). Cost: $2
Taboo: The Sixth Sense(NES). Cost: $3
Karnov(NES). Cost: $3
an okay day, not too bad...They are fun games so far so, yea..its all good.