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  1. I think I probably already have four controllers. Hardware like that is next on the list - I have loads of controllers knocking about, so I'm going to sell all but two for each system. Like I doubt I'll ever need three G-Cons...
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    Forza Horizon 4 - Open-UK Racing

    Something that stuck out when I was playing the demo last night - the traffic turn into "ghosts" I'm drift and average speed sections. Did they do that in 3? I vaguely remember being annoyed by badly placed traffic in the few drift events I did...
  3. Yeah, I had a quick look on eBay and it regularly goes for 99p. My copy is in really good nick, at least. It got opened by my housemate, played once and put back. Which is slightly annoying, since it might actually be worth something if he hadn't unsealed it.
  4. Super Star Wars (US) Batman Returns (US) World Cup Striker Universal adapter Lion King WWf Wrestlemania Super Tennis The Simpsons: Barts Nightmare Complete - Boxed, manuals and plastic bag WWF Royal Rumble NBA Jam Mrtal Kombat II Someone has written the Mortal Kombat 2 on the top of the cartridge Populous Street Fighter II Mortal Kombat Boxed with Instructions. The box is tatty and the instructions water damaged
  5. Don't have a lot, I'll let you know Edit: Chu Chu Rocket and that's it
  6. Bit of a bump, but I've now decided to start selling my stuff off. With emulation being as good as it is now - I've never liked playing console games on PC, weirdly - I don't feel the need to keep stuff any more. If I want to play Zombies on SNES, I can play it on my Wii, with a classic controller, easier than firing up the SNES. I've never been a collector, exactly. I've only really bought stuff that I want to play. If there's an easier way to do that than the original hardware, then I'm going to do that, which means my SNES and MD carts are literally just gathering dust. I listed eight games on eBay last night...
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    Mr Tonys Amiga 1200 Restoring Adventure!

    I was going with wipes because I'm a bit concerned the nail polish remover will damage it an Mr Tony hasn't been very accurate with what quantities I should use...
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    Biggest discrepancy in gaming - your opinion Vs everyone

    Am I right in thinking DC had no FIFA? Or EA games in general? I'm not sure it's an unpopular opinion any more, but I was always adamant that what a lot of "proper" gamers would term shovelware - the yearly, barely an update sequels, the licenced crap, all that shit, sells systems and has done since the PS1.
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    Biggest discrepancy in gaming - your opinion Vs everyone

    Oo Jesus, this isn't going to end well. People need a good think about why it bombed so badly, though
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    Mr Tonys Amiga 1200 Restoring Adventure!

    Lol, helpful! I might just break out the baby wipes and see if that does the job.
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    Mr Tonys Amiga 1200 Restoring Adventure!

    Literally watered down? What ratios are we talking?
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    PlayStation Classic - December 2018

    Yeah, preordered.
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    Mr Tonys Amiga 1200 Restoring Adventure!

    Is a recap something an enthusiastic amateur could attempt? I have an a1200 that will need it doing and I'm just wondering the best way to go about it? @Mr Tony what are you using to clean the outside?
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    PlayStation Classic - December 2018

    If I pre-order on Amazon, do they take the money now or in December?
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    PlayStation Classic - December 2018

    The problem is going to be licences, which will have long since expired. So no Gran Turismo, no music in Tony Hawk's, no F1, no Tomb Raider maybe?, no FIFA.... Essentially nothing with licenced cars, music, sports teams, characters or possibly anything that has gone on to be a bigger franchise.
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