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  1. AceGrace

    The C64 Mini

    Hurrah!! At last!
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    Atari Jaguar

    Ooh. I've got one boxed. Still working too
  3. AceGrace

    Xenoblade Chronicles 2

    So does that mean that the card version is standalone with just this content or is it the entire game + Tora? What is the expansion pass for?
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    PlayStation Classic - December 2018

    Also time crisis razing storm works with the move controllers
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    PlayStation Classic - December 2018

    Regarding the light gun on lcd's, time crisis on PS3 came with sensors that you put around the TV. Worked fine
  6. AceGrace

    Neo Geo Mini

    I'm just saying the white ones look good. I've already got the neo geo CD pads so am aware of the clickyness
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    Juh-rur-per-guh - The JRPG thread.

    I finished Ni No Kuni 2 last night. Really enjoyed it except for the army battles and the boring kingdom building sections.
  8. AceGrace

    Neo Geo Mini

    I've ordered one with 2 white pads. They look superb
  9. AceGrace

    Playmaji's Polymega

    I'll wait until it is available to buy officially in the uk
  10. Any news? What's next, the shareholders meeting again?
  11. AceGrace

    Gaming things you regret selling...

    Didn't mean it to sound brutal, just the reassurance that it went to a good home and is still working.
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    Gaming things you regret selling...

    I've still got the A1200. You sold it to me. Now has a CF card and accelerator card.
  13. AceGrace

    Let us celebrate Edge's 25th Anniversary

    I bought Edge from issue 1 until they did the redesign (5 years ago?). After that I found the articles trying to be too intellectual for the sake of it with too many column writers and very dry so I stopped buying it. I make do with the Edge Files volumes. They cover probably the most exciting times in videogames (1993 to 2002)
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