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JAMES76

Timid Neo Newbie
Joined
Apr 11, 2020
Posts
3
Hi, Im in the UK too. Speaking personally i prefare the MVS arcade hardware.
The AES is nice but if you just want to collect and play the games a CMVS is far cheaper.
 

TLKrauser

New Challenger
Joined
Apr 11, 2020
Posts
28
that's true, MVS is the best way to play cheaper.
But AES has an aura and a nostalgia apart.
There's something manic about entering the AES collection.
So you have to think twice (and consult your bank accounts).
Welcome to you!
 

Burgers5750

Kabuki Klasher
Joined
Jan 7, 2017
Posts
127
Welcome to the boards. Don’t get too touchy and you’ll be fine. Contributing goes a long way.

Good luck if you decide to take the plunge into AES collecting. Please remember, collection and unboxing video’s should be reserved for YouTube and Facebook twats who get off on that sort of stuff.
 

lachlan

drunk downunder!, aka. Muff Diver.,
Joined
Feb 13, 2005
Posts
17,308
Welcome to the boards. Don’t get too touchy and you’ll be fine. Contributing goes a long way.

Good luck if you decide to take the plunge into AES collecting. Please remember, collection and unboxing video’s should be reserved for YouTube and Facebook twats who get off on that sort of stuff.

Word.

If you post that shit here we'll eat you.
 

Mr.Bojangles

Zero's Tailor
Joined
Mar 12, 2020
Posts
561
Honestly, if you want an AES and some games until you can actually gain access to the marketplace here, I would suggest joining the Neo facebook groups and looking for a deal on a boxed or loose console that fits your budget. As for the games, the cheap ones you're gonna want to seek out are Samurai Spirits, Samurai Spirits 2, Art Of Fighting 2, Fatal Fury (japanese), Fatal Fury 2 (japanese) , King Of Fighters 94, Fire Suplex, Fatal Fury Special, World Heroes 2. Those are usually the cheapest, and you'll want the Japanese copies as they're far more affordable and play in whatever language/region your AES is.
 
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