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yagamikun

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Yup, GameRoom Ken is clownshoes. Bait and switched me on a Sega Swing purchase. First and only time I’ve ever had to do a charge back.
Total ballache to deal with.

Yeah, I've heard some horror stories recently. Thankfully, he's covering shipping and repair work for the chassis - monitor shat the bed the second day I had the cab. I haven't found him unreasonable to deal with, but I also don't have my chassis back yet, so we'll see. PNL is doing the repair work on that.
 

3rdStrikeMike

Dodgeball Yakuza
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I had a Neo CD from a local shop about 10 years back, but it was rough and stopped reading games after a while. But I recently came across this one from a Japanese seller, and while it looked clean in the pics, they were a little blurry so I couldn't be sure. But this baby arrived today, and holy crap is it nice. The controllers and paperwork were still sealed in the original bags with tape. The console and wires were opened, but it looks like it was never played. Really happy with this for the price. I just tested her out and she works. :D
I still have a few fighters and two of the Sonic Wings games, but now I need to track down copies of Sengoku 2 and Mutation Nation. Love those beat em ups.

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Congrats on finding a basically NOS one! They seem to either be extremely over priced or rebagged and claimed as new. It's always tough trying to judge condition based on pics. Hope you can snag your beat em ups soon and put it to some good use :D
 

ggallegos1

Cholecystectomy Required.,
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Picked up a few things this past few weeks and added new buttons and GOTW to the AES stick
 

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Digmac

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I wasn’t totally planning on scooping up another supergun, but the Sigma AV7000 has been in the back of my mind for a little while now. I found this bundle with a 9000TB stick for a great price on Mercari Japan. It was only a little more than what a new Sigma 1AV box sells for by itself without a stick or harness, so I couldn’t pass it up. I’ve also got some more cables on the way, another harness and a JP21 SCART cable to make it more usable with my setup. Really digging the simplicity and quality of the unit. Japanese control boxes are the cream of the crop.

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HMG

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Pictures are nothing without a price. Tell us how much blood money you had to shell out for that beast.
 

lachlan

drunk downunder!, aka. Muff Diver.,
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Pictures are nothing without a price. Tell us how much blood money you had to shell out for that beast.
I think that game requires a special sort of payment, possibly man-on-man.
 
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Digmac

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One of my best $5 scoops that I’ve had, a 5.6 inch Japanese portable TV made by Sharp. This was made in 1997 and would set you back a little over $800 upon release. It’s got a 3.5mm composite/audio input which works perfectly with my superguns for some novel gaming.

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Here’s a couple of demos of it running Soukyugurentai and DoDonPachi Daioujou.

 
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Jon

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One of my best $5 scoops that I’ve had, a 5.6 inch Japanese portable TV made by Sharp. This was made in 1997 and would set you back a little over $800 upon release. It’s got a 3.5mm composite/audio input which works perfectly with my superguns for some novel gaming.

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Here’s a couple of demos of it running Soukyugurentai and DoDonPachi Daioujou.

A question I always get asked about my PC Engine LT: Does the antenna pick up any TV stations?

Answer: Mine did, not anymore.

Jon
 

profholt82

Kula's Candy
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A question I always get asked about my PC Engine LT: Does the antenna pick up any TV stations?

Answer: Mine did, not anymore.

Jon
Theoretically, you could connect it to a digital-analogue signal converter.
 

traveno

Kuroko's Training Dummy
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NeoSD Pro showed up after being delayed a little. It works great and I'm relieved I don't have to go through TO's amazing customer service. Fingers crossed. I decided to buy some shockboxes to start making my collection look a little prettier. Also the new 5X Pro kicks ass. PS2 (and PS1) is now very playable on a flat screen.

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Atro

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Got me a new toy. Just need to get the secondary LCD board. I think the original owner kept it - oddly enough. Pristine condition except for the yellowing (going to try and take care of that in a few weeks). Not a spot of rust and no major dents or scrapes. Monitor chassis was just rebuilt and the picture is absolutely beautiful.

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Absolutely fantastic. I just wished p1 had the same layout as p2. I like to use my thumb for 2d fighters. Congrats.
 

RAZO

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Atro

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1) did you get a new camera or is that a stock photo? That’s not a potato pic.
2) I thought you had all the games...
1) Samsung calculator. Not dissapointed so far :keke:

2) I wish... had lots more. Been trying to get em back without ruinning my bank account
 
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