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  1. This morning finds: 50p each on PS2 Burnout revenge X2 Sonic mega collection R Type Final Wired Xbox 360 star wars controller £3 Xbox one kinect sensor £1 MacBook air 2009 + psu £25 (rough shape, screens dying, worth more as scrap honestly) And another Facebook find, 360 bundle, 37 games + a slim console and 2 pads (NO FIFAS!!!) £30
  2. I did try asking if it still available but someone is collecting it all today. It's a lovely looking bit of kit but largely useless
  3. Hit a few second hand shops on my day off. R Type Final and Strikers 1945 1 & 2 on PS2 for £6, wiimote motion plus controller for £2
  4. Local facebook ad popped up, what is that PC with the dual floppies? https://www.facebook.com/marketplace/item/122600919947241/?ref=browse_tab&referral_code=marketplace_top_picks&referral_story_type=top_picks&tracking={"qid"%3A"6971409867655712538"%2C"mf_story_key"%3A"481136253406245010"%2C"commerce_rank_obj"%3A"{\"target_id\"%3A481136253406245010%2C\"target_type\"%3A6%2C\"primary_position\"%3A0%2C\"ranking_signature\"%3A3844402184150056960%2C\"commerce_channel\"%3A501%2C\"value\"%3A0%2C\"upsell_type\"%3A21%2C\"grouping_info\"%3Anull}"}
  5. Looks like Splott Market is shutting down within the next year, sites been sold off. Fingers crossed the other Cardiff one returns as rumoured or that's basically my two main boots gone in the space of 2 years
  6. I've picked up a lot of weird and wonderful stuff over the years but I've been booting for probably 25 years on and off so I've some mileage on me haha. Boxed Virtual Boy £5 Boxed Black Sega Sports Dreamcast £5 Snatcher / Guardian Heroes / Castlevania Symphony of the night (stupidly sold all of them as a poor student, paid less than a fiver each aaaaarghh) 2 Xecuter LCD front panelled Xboxes for a fiver. Boxed Mega CD 2 for £10 Last 2 years brought me a CD32, Amiga 1200 and a huge joblot of Amiga 4000's, 2000's, a 1000, a PPC powered amiga plus more
  7. Went to a smaller boot this morning, only the second one that has reopened. Found a Humax Freesat box for £10, easy flip for 70/80 quid and some vintage 80s toy parts (WWF ring sound effects board and a questron pen). It's a very peaceful boot, more relaxing that a proper hunting ground. Some gaming stuff but there's a lot of people grabbing the dame stuff now, I prefer to hit the stuff that gets left behind. Yesterday I grabbed smash tennis and Rabbids land on Wii u for £7 the two and an Xbox elite 120gb console for £10 for the larger boot in Cardiff
  8. Well that was awful. Just relentlessly dull
  9. Snow in the Desert floored me in terms of its animation. I mean, how?
  10. I've a 4000 with a GVP TREX II 68060 CPU card fitted, I think its probably worth close to 2k atm.
  11. Went into this with low expectations and having watched the first episode, which was rough as hell, I somehow plowed on. Thankfully it improved a lot. Although, I enjoyed the period stuff a lot more than the modern stuff. It's a bit slow at times but it's fairly solid by the end
  12. Not a lot this morning in Cardiff, dealers have returned. Picked up Quantum Theory on PS3, New Super Mario DS and some PS Vita game called MUD for the grand total of £6
  13. Well this sucks, Welsh gov has classed boot sales as mass gathering events and has therefore blocked loads from reopening until Wales reaches Level 1. Therefore most of the boots around me won't reopen until July at the earliest. Still doesn't explain how the one I've been too is open unless it's slipped under the radar as technically it calls itself a market for 1 day of the week (runs 3 times a week). Another small boot is reopening in 2 weeks but I'll believe that when I see it now. Everything else over the border is reopening this week. Ross, Coleford and Madley a
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