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#76 Post by Lyyli » Wed May 05, 2010 4:03 pm

I have to say that all of my BioWare games are precious to me <3 I love them all to bits! Especially the Mass Effect and Dragon Age games.
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#77 Post by Nanashiko » Wed May 05, 2010 9:31 pm

LVUER wrote:Until now, I still haven't played Fatal Frame 1 (it's so hard to find one). I love the series and have finished all FF2, FF3, and FF4.
Lucky you! I have yet to play the 4th yet. (I lack both a wii and a japanese copy of the game. ;; )
It is really hard to find, I actually got lucky it was in a store near by, used. Otherwise I would have had to order it online. which might have been a bit more pricey.

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#78 Post by Der Tor » Fri May 07, 2010 10:16 am

I am thinking about starting a collection of rare NES games... even some of the regular NES games are so rare that they are priced well beyond a 1000 bugs, and their collectors value will only multiply with time... :)

So far i only got one, but that's already worth a hundred bugs... i will try to get some more, although i probably won't be able to afford any that are priced at a 1000 bugs :(
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#79 Post by mysterialize » Tue May 11, 2010 12:01 am

I have an original, still functional copy of Earthbound. I could probably make so much money off of it, but I really just can't bring myself to sell it. It doesn't help that it's one of my favorite games, either.

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#80 Post by iAsobu » Tue May 11, 2010 7:03 pm

mysterialize wrote:I have an original, still functional copy of Earthbound.
NO WAY! I've wanted that game. And the other ones in the series.

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#81 Post by Der Tor » Sat May 22, 2010 7:54 am

I am selling EarthBound on Ebay right now! Item number:140410129460

I also gotten together quite a nice collection of rare NES and Game Boy games by now and i am selling most of them (but i'll keep the super, extremely, mega rare ones :mrgreen:)
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#82 Post by iAsobu » Sun May 23, 2010 12:28 am

Der Tor wrote:I am selling EarthBound on Ebay right now!
Oh no you didn't! :O
Der Tor wrote:(but i'll keep the super, extremely, mega rare ones :mrgreen:)
Provide an example. What would a super, extremely, mega rare one be?

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#83 Post by Der Tor » Sun May 23, 2010 4:36 pm

Bubble Bath Babes, Cheetahman II and Bubble Bobble Part 2 would all be perfect examples of super extremely rare NES games (sadly they are so rare that i can't get my fingers on them :lol: )

The rarest NES games that i HAVE are: Little Samson, Noah's Ark (the only officially released NES game with a religious theme) The Smurfs (CIB), Ufouria and for Game Boy Mr. Do!, But i am also selling all of them on Ebay (i need money right now :D )

What i think i will keep is the entire NES Mega Man series complete in Box (i haven't got all parts yet, but i am working on it :D )
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#84 Post by playswithtribbles » Wed Jun 09, 2010 9:35 am

Most precious... They are all mine... My own, my precious, no you mustn't take them from us!
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#85 Post by vaanknight » Wed Jun 09, 2010 12:48 pm

^ I second that one, but then again, I do have a MOST precious of all (One to rule them all)

Shadow of the Colossus, 'tis not that hard to find, but it's a masterpiece I will never forget. One of the few Games that will actually make you cry.

Oh and my Vagrant Story for the PSOne, I wouldn't take a brand new PS3 for it
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#86 Post by linkdragon0 » Wed Jun 09, 2010 12:55 pm

"Shadow of the Colossus, 'tis not that hard to find, but it's a masterpiece I will never forget. One of the few Games that will actually make you cry."

Moreso when you play Ico(i think that's the name)
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#87 Post by Showsni » Wed Jun 09, 2010 3:52 pm

Not my favourite game, but one of my most precious is Zelda's Adventure of the Philip's CDi. Took me quite a while to track down a copy. Though, my copy is a little prone to skipping, which makes completing it ten times harder than normal. (The voice files sometimes get stuck in a loop, which means you have to restart the game if it occurs in a section where you can't open the menu. Like, say, just before/after a boss fight.) I'm partway through a Let's PLay of it on youtube, but I'm on hiatus (due to massive frustration at said problem).

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#88 Post by vaanknight » Wed Jun 09, 2010 6:07 pm

linkdragon0 wrote:"Shadow of the Colossus, 'tis not that hard to find, but it's a masterpiece I will never forget. One of the few Games that will actually make you cry."

Moreso when you play Ico(i think that's the name)
Ico is good, really good, it's in my top 10, but SotC is much superior.
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Re: Most precious game in your collection?

#89 Post by Fluffycrow » Wed Jun 09, 2010 7:42 pm

I adore my copy of Klonoa 2: Lunatea's Veil. It's fairly hard to find, and it's an awesome game to boot!
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#90 Post by linkdragon0 » Wed Jun 09, 2010 10:13 pm

vaanknight wrote:
linkdragon0 wrote:"Shadow of the Colossus, 'tis not that hard to find, but it's a masterpiece I will never forget. One of the few Games that will actually make you cry."

Moreso when you play Ico(i think that's the name)
Ico is good, really good, it's in my top 10, but SotC is much superior.
It's better WITH Ico, Ico being the sequel and all.

And explaining that ending.
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