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turbo-digest digest, Volume 11, Issue 2 [message #4841] Fri, 27 July 2012 01:23
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In this issue:
	RE: are these magical chase claims true?
	Difference in plastic hang tags on newer games?
	Re: are these magical chase claims true?
	Re: are these magical chase claims true?

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From: nectaris@comcast.net
Date: Thu Mar 31 13:11:22 EST 2005
Subject: RE: are these magical chase claims true?


Isn't Might and Magic III as rare as any of those? I really wanted that one=
 but watched it go for over $400 on ebay, and haven't seen it anywhere sinc=
e. Even in that auction, the seller claimed he had not seen an auction for =
it in three years.

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From: nectaris@comcast.net
To: turbo-list@joyce.eng.yale.edu
Subject: RE: are these magical chase claims true?


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From: nectaris@comcast.net
Date: Thu Mar 31 20:50:09 EST 2005
Subject: Difference in plastic hang tags on newer games?


Hey List,
   Quick question.  Did Turbo Technologies start using different 
plastic "hang tags" (clear plastic tags for hanging games on pegs at 
stores) around '92-'93?  This would be for games such as Yo Bro', 
Soldier Blade, Dead Moon, that era.    I was going through my collection tonight and noticed a difference 
between the peg tags on the earlier games and the later games.    I had noticed this before, but never really thought about it.  
Anybody have any info or ideas? 
Regards,
Mark



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From: nectaris@comcast.net
Date: Thu Mar 31 20:56:54 EST 2005
Subject: Re: are these magical chase claims true?


This brings up a good point.  I've been trying to track down a copy of
Godzilla for a while now and it never seems to pop up on ebay.  Anyone
know what the going rate is for Godzilla?
And if anyone has a copy of Godzilla, Magical Chase or Dynastic Hero
complete and for sale, drop me a line
Alex

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From: nectaris@comcast.net
To: turbo-list@joyce.eng.yale.edu
Sent: Wed, 30 Mar 2005 21:54:51 -0500

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From: pixyjunket@digitalcrap.net
Date: Thu Mar 31 22:00:52 EST 2005
Subject: Re: are these magical chase claims true?


Sigh.. Wonder Boy Monster World is one of my favorite series of all 
time. I nearly cried when I saw the English Dynastic Hero sell for 
$400.. Oh well I have the Japanese one. It seems the Turbo and PC-Engine 
both have a ridiculous amount of over $100 games and it seems I really 
want a good number of them.

I'm currently hunting down Madou Monogatari even though I don't have an 
Arcade Card.

-Leroy



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