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  1. I remember the towers of boxed consoles and games they were trying to shift in my local Game. Nobody wanted them. Worth a small fortune now
  2. Guardian Heroes / Snatcher sold on for a pittance on eBay back around 2003 as a uni student, think somewhere around £30 for the two GAH, what was I thinking.
  3. Spartan

    Neo Geo Mini

    Mmmmm, clicky sticks
  4. I've preordered the controller off Amazon US. 30ish delivered end of February. Nice upgrade for my existing tower of power at least (Everdrive, 32x, Megadrive 1, Mega CD) That Megadrives been mine since 91!
  5. https://youtu.be/0_TC20cBZLA Some footage of Gunstar Heroes running on it.
  6. I'd imagine you'd need new cores installed on it for that to happen. The mega drive as I remember had a z80 processor built-in, that's probably been incorporated as part of the fpga build already, allowing the code for the master system and game gear to run.
  7. Just announced on their Twitter. Looks to be a dream come true. https://twitter.com/analogue/status/1052212620705509376?s=19 Full mega drive / genesis compatibly Master System carts via adaptor More adaptors coming for game gear and other Sega consoles Compatible with mega cd / Sega CD BUT NOT 32X??? SHAME
  8. Spartan

    Atari Jaguar

    I want but not for 120 dollars, even knowing the amount of work that's gone into making them.
  9. Spartan

    Atari Jaguar

    https://uk.webuy.com/product-detail?id=satajagc002a&categoryName=atari-jaguar-consoles&superCatName=gaming&title=atari-jaguar-cd-boxed Anybody crazy enough to buy this?
  10. Spartan

    Atari Jaguar

    I don't really get the point of these ST conversions beyond it being some sort of money grab appealing to the rabid jaguar collectors. I'd love somebody to take the time and make / convert something that would really push the system, like a decent 2D fighter, something the Jag sorely lacks. It's got the guts to throw / scale sprites around when pushed, look at super burnout, it's beautiful!
  11. Spartan

    Atari Jaguar

    Just adding to the stack!
  12. Spartan

    Atari Jaguar

    Nabbed a boxed breakout 2000 off cex online. Using credit from some tradebait I picked up and cash it cost me roughly £30
  13. I think it depends on what your looking for sometimes. I don't just go looking for games myself as I am usually looking for other electronics to sell on or fix up as a hobby or for myself. This last year has been particularly good for retro gaming for me at the boots but I'm using Facebook marketplace more and more. Ive found an Amiga 1200 (£70) with an accelerator, an Amiga CD32 (£80), an Amstrad GX4000 (£5), an Atari 520ST (£20), a PS2 with a network / HDD adaptor (£10), Xbox 360 E with 250GB HDD (£10), Gizmondo (£4), Zelda DSi (£5), DSI XL, Nokia NGage (£3) and a GameCube (£8). Ive games for all of them but I mostly get them from eBay or from cex by trading in stuff for credit to buy online. Plus I've bought other systems and repaired / sold them on as I've not a fan or dont have the space (spectrum +3 £2, Amstrad cpc 6128 with monitor £10, a ton of ps3's and 360's) I've been going booting since I was 7/8 years old dragged round by my parents and I'm 35 now, getting up at the crack of dawn almost every weekend to hit a couple before breakfast so it's pretty engrained in me. Love the random finds, the best being a boxed nintendo virtual boy for a fiver. Still hunting for a Neo Geo or PC Engine!
  14. Picked up a fair bit today, lots of Xbox one and PS4 titles, couple of 360s with pads for 20, also found a nice dsi XL for 4 quid but the top screen is smashed, may try and fix it up as a project. Also found a PS4 scuff pad? Was missing a trigger but it's a simple fix, only a quid. Worth a crazy amount or seems tho.
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