The Sega Mega Drive – Re-Made!
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February 11, 2009 at 9:45 pm #13789
Check this out!
And I Quote:
“As well as these built in games, you can use original Mega Drive and Genesis cartridges from all regions!”February 12, 2009 at 11:31 pm #21176
sweet, i might get this…..
i got one similar except mine plays super nintendo, original nintendo, and N64!!
it was only $50 and came with 10 games!!! i love the old consoles, so im glad there doing these.February 13, 2009 at 5:25 am #21180
yeah i wish a had a brand new snes actually, I still play a lot of the old snes games, but since they are so old, it takes a while to get it to work.
i have to sticky tape the cartridge to the console to get most of them to work lol.February 14, 2009 at 2:59 am #21195
It feels like yeserday like i was blowing on the cartridge for it to work….
actually, it was yesterday, on Super Mario 3 lol
too bad Nintendo left all there good games behind, and killed the beauty of nintendo….Wii is THE biggest piece of fukin shit ever…. it pisses me off so much..
WHY NINTENDO……WHY!?!?!?!?!?!February 21, 2009 at 5:43 pm #21393Oz-MetalheadMember
Awesome awesome. Yes my snes is my favourite console….EVER! lol
You could always get an emulator and get the roms….but then you could only play games you already own, cough….
But alas that is not the same thing as playing it on the console.
I get replacement parts form cash converters. My snes works a treat still!
Yeah the Wii is a piece of commercial trash….only normal conformative people get Wiis…..oh and families with little ones.February 22, 2009 at 5:01 am #21405
yeah like you said yourself an emulator just isn't the same as a the console.
You can only get that… FEELING when playing on the original console. not only does it bring back memories of the games, but also of your childhood. It's conforting on many levels. 🙂February 23, 2009 at 12:24 am #21441
speaking of old games for old consoles, anyone know where i can get some old NES, N64, SNES games? I live in Canada.
Oh and dont say Ebay, i refuse to use it (i got my reasons).February 23, 2009 at 12:32 am #21443edge4eva32Member
Parnakas, it is odd that you ask that question because I have recently been pricing some older games and systems with my refund check this year. I have seen some killer great prices on Amazon.com. Im sure you can use amazon in canada. I found a N64 with 2 controllers, memory cards, 7 games (2 of my faves “007” and “star wars”) for only $70. So I going to buy it, haha. So I recommend checking out amazon. I have found nes, snes, n64, genesis, playstation, playstation 2, xbox, and more.February 23, 2009 at 1:28 pm #21454
ebay is actually far safer to use than amazon is.
Amazon, like ebay, allowother companies to use it's site to sell goods. But unlike ebay it's far easier to get scammed by companies asking you to pay via other money sites. while ebay uses paypal, which is pretty much flawless. all you gotta look out for is a good feeback score on ebay.
now say for example someone does something wrong on ebay. they are fairly quickly dealt with, whereas on amazon, they can't prove anything unless you used amazon's payment method.
so you can use amazon, but always make sure you use amazon's payment system, and if the seller asks you to pay another way, chances are they are trying to scam you.
as for the old games, try play-asia.com
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