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Re: Anyone have any thoughts on the Arcade Master Plug 'n Play unit? [message #132045 is a reply to message #132044] Wed, 08 December 2010 14:12 Go to previous messageGo to next message
Kendrick Kerwin Chua is currently offline  Kendrick Kerwin Chua
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In article <104e7ec1-9b6c-435f-bbb3-a33d5cad1bcd@z26g2000prf.googlegroups.com>,
dos-man 64 <ChairShot@mail.com> wrote:
> On Dec 7, 1:47?pm, Kendrick Kerwin Chua <kendr...@nospam.io> wrote:
>> In article
> <005cd087-af56-48bc-bf58-3c1118470...@z17g2000prz.googlegroups.com>,
>> dos-man 64 ?<ChairS...@mail.com> wrote:
>>
>>> What do you know about the Genesis game Exile?
>>
>> Ooh, I've got a copy of that. One of the wonderful Nihon Telenet RPGs set
>> in the middle east, the same game was ported to the US TurboGrafx CD by
>> Working Designs. The Genesis version isn't bad at all, but the Turbo
>> version has fully animated cut scenes and voice acting. It's not a bad
>> game, but it has very little collectible value since so many other 16-bit
>> systems had a version of the game.
>
> What it lacks in collectible value, it appears to make up for with
> rarity. Not sure if I'll be able to snag a copy of it or not.....

No promises, but I think the indy game shop on the way home from my
workplace has a loose copy. No box or manual. Do you want me to check for
you, and what are you willing to pay?

-KKC
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Re: Anyone have any thoughts on the Arcade Master Plug 'n Play unit? [message #132046 is a reply to message #132045] Wed, 08 December 2010 16:29 Go to previous messageGo to next message
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On Dec 8, 2:12 pm, Kendrick Kerwin Chua <kendr...@nospam.io> wrote:
> In article <104e7ec1-9b6c-435f-bbb3-a33d5cad1...@z26g2000prf.googlegroups..com>,
> dos-man 64  <ChairS...@mail.com> wrote:
>
>
>
>> On Dec 7, 1:47?pm, Kendrick Kerwin Chua <kendr...@nospam.io> wrote:
>>> In article
>> <005cd087-af56-48bc-bf58-3c1118470...@z17g2000prz.googlegroups.com>,
>>> dos-man 64 ?<ChairS...@mail.com> wrote:
>
>>>> What do you know about the Genesis game Exile?
>
>>> Ooh, I've got a copy of that. One of the wonderful Nihon Telenet RPGs set
>>> in the middle east, the same game was ported to the US TurboGrafx CD by
>>> Working Designs. The Genesis version isn't bad at all, but the Turbo
>>> version has fully animated cut scenes and voice acting. It's not a bad
>>> game, but it has very little collectible value since so many other 16-bit
>>> systems had a version of the game.
>
>> What it lacks in collectible value, it appears to make up for with
>> rarity.  Not sure if I'll be able to snag a copy of it or not.....
>
> No promises, but I think the indy game shop on the way home from my
> workplace has a loose copy. No box or manual. Do you want me to check for
> you, and what are you willing to pay?
>
> -KKC
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> -- "The future of publishing: 18 million authors   | kendrick
>     in America, each with an average of 14 readers,| @ io.com
>     eight of whom are blood relatives. Average     |
>     annual earnings: $1.75." - Garrison Keillor    |http://www.io..com/~kkc


I pay up to 7 $ for genesis carts. I don't like to pay any more than
that.
Re: Anyone have any thoughts on the Arcade Master Plug 'n Play unit? [message #132105 is a reply to message #132046] Thu, 09 December 2010 14:25 Go to previous messageGo to next message
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> I pay up to 7 $ for genesis carts. I don't like to pay any more than
> that.

Good luck coming up with Golden Axe 3 for that price...;)

Bel
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Re: Anyone have any thoughts on the Arcade Master Plug 'n Play unit? [message #132106 is a reply to message #132105] Thu, 09 December 2010 14:45 Go to previous messageGo to next message
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On Dec 9, 2:25 pm, BelPowerslave <b...@whipassgaming.com> wrote:
>> I pay up to 7 $ for genesis carts.  I don't like to pay any more than
>> that.
>
> Good luck coming up with Golden Axe 3 for that price...;)
>
> Bel
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LOL. That's one of the few I would be willing to pay more for. Still
not willing to shell out $30 for it on ebay or whatever. It isn't
like you need you the cart to play the game. It's available on
multiple systems now.

Does it not seem unfair that the only person that can beat the game
can't get a cart?
Re: Anyone have any thoughts on the Arcade Master Plug 'n Play unit? [message #132107 is a reply to message #132046] Thu, 09 December 2010 16:20 Go to previous messageGo to next message
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In article <cdb0b610-c25b-459a-a01f-2571df8a933c@o23g2000prh.googlegroups.com>,
dos-man 64 <ChairShot@mail.com> wrote:
> On Dec 8, 2:12?pm, Kendrick Kerwin Chua <kendr...@nospam.io> wrote:
>> In article
> <104e7ec1-9b6c-435f-bbb3-a33d5cad1...@z26g2000prf.googlegroups.com>,
>> dos-man 64 ?<ChairS...@mail.com> wrote:
>>> On Dec 7, 1:47?pm, Kendrick Kerwin Chua <kendr...@nospam.io> wrote:
>>>> In article
>>> <005cd087-af56-48bc-bf58-3c1118470...@z17g2000prz.googlegroups.com>,
>>>> dos-man 64 ?<ChairS...@mail.com> wrote:
>>
>>>> >What do you know about the Genesis game Exile?
>>
>>>> Ooh, I've got a copy of that. One of the wonderful Nihon Telenet RPGs set
>>>> in the middle east, the same game was ported to the US TurboGrafx CD by
>>>> Working Designs. The Genesis version isn't bad at all, but the Turbo
>>>> version has fully animated cut scenes and voice acting. It's not a bad
>>>> game, but it has very little collectible value since so many other 16-bit
>>>> systems had a version of the game.
>>
>>> What it lacks in collectible value, it appears to make up for with
>>> rarity. Not sure if I'll be able to snag a copy of it or not.....
>>
>> No promises, but I think the indy game shop on the way home from my
>> workplace has a loose copy. No box or manual. Do you want me to check for
>> you, and what are you willing to pay?
>
> I pay up to 7 $ for genesis carts. I don't like to pay any more than
> that.

I stopped by the store to check, and they don't have a copy. If they did,
they'd want $14 for it, which is twice what you're willing to pay. The
store's run by old Navy guys who scour the yard sales and flea markets
looking for stock, so I can keep checking if you want. It's not like I
won't be there anyway. :)

-KKC
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Re: Anyone have any thoughts on the Arcade Master Plug 'n Play unit? [message #132108 is a reply to message #132107] Thu, 09 December 2010 22:12 Go to previous messageGo to next message
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On Dec 9, 4:20 pm, Kendrick Kerwin Chua <kendr...@nospam.io> wrote:
> In article <cdb0b610-c25b-459a-a01f-2571df8a9...@o23g2000prh.googlegroups..com>,
> dos-man 64  <ChairS...@mail.com> wrote:
>
>
>
>> On Dec 8, 2:12?pm, Kendrick Kerwin Chua <kendr...@nospam.io> wrote:
>>> In article
>> <104e7ec1-9b6c-435f-bbb3-a33d5cad1...@z26g2000prf.googlegroups.com>,
>>> dos-man 64 ?<ChairS...@mail.com> wrote:
>>>> On Dec 7, 1:47?pm, Kendrick Kerwin Chua <kendr...@nospam.io> wrote:
>>>> > In article
>>>> <005cd087-af56-48bc-bf58-3c1118470...@z17g2000prz.googlegroups.com>,
>>>> > dos-man 64 ?<ChairS...@mail.com> wrote:
>
>>>> > >What do you know about the Genesis game Exile?
>
>>>> > Ooh, I've got a copy of that. One of the wonderful Nihon Telenet RPGs set
>>>> > in the middle east, the same game was ported to the US TurboGrafx CD by
>>>> > Working Designs. The Genesis version isn't bad at all, but the Turbo
>>>> > version has fully animated cut scenes and voice acting. It's not a bad
>>>> > game, but it has very little collectible value since so many other 16-bit
>>>> > systems had a version of the game.
>
>>>> What it lacks in collectible value, it appears to make up for with
>>>> rarity. Not sure if I'll be able to snag a copy of it or not.....
>
>>> No promises, but I think the indy game shop on the way home from my
>>> workplace has a loose copy. No box or manual. Do you want me to check for
>>> you, and what are you willing to pay?
>
>> I pay up to 7 $ for genesis carts.  I don't like to pay any more than
>> that.
>
> I stopped by the store to check, and they don't have a copy. If they did,
> they'd want $14 for it, which is twice what you're willing to pay. The
> store's run by old Navy guys who scour the yard sales and flea markets
> looking for stock, so I can keep checking if you want. It's not like I
> won't be there anyway. :)
>
> -KKC
> --
> -- "The future of publishing: 18 million authors   | kendrick
>     in America, each with an average of 14 readers,| @ io.com
>     eight of whom are blood relatives. Average     |
>     annual earnings: $1.75." - Garrison Keillor    |http://www.io..com/~kkc


Well, that's alright. Thanks, anyway. I definitely wouldn't be
willing to pay that much for that particular game. My rule for
genesis stuff is pay top dollar for the best titles and pay little for
the rest. I'd rather spend $75 for m.u.s.h.a. than spend $15 a pop on
5 unknown titles.

Hey, you can knock it but my strategy has worked pretty well. I'm up
to 160 carts, assembled over a period of about 6 years. I figured it
out to something like an average of 5 carts a month. It's a little
tougher now that most of the local stuff dried up. Then again, it
doesn't matter because there aren't may games left to acquire.
Re: Anyone have any thoughts on the Arcade Master Plug 'n Play unit? [message #132109 is a reply to message #132108] Fri, 10 December 2010 01:57 Go to previous messageGo to next message
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> Hey, you can knock it but my strategy has worked pretty well. I'm up
> to 160 carts, assembled over a period of about 6 years. I figured it
> out to something like an average of 5 carts a month. It's a little
> tougher now that most of the local stuff dried up. Then again, it
> doesn't matter because there aren't may games left to acquire.

160 games and you don't feel there's anything left, that's any good? Are
you sure you're not some Nintendo fanboy undercover or something? Wow...;)

Bel
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Re: Anyone have any thoughts on the Arcade Master Plug 'n Play unit? [message #132110 is a reply to message #132106] Fri, 10 December 2010 02:01 Go to previous messageGo to next message
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> LOL. That's one of the few I would be willing to pay more for. Still
> not willing to shell out $30 for it on ebay or whatever. It isn't
> like you need you the cart to play the game. It's available on
> multiple systems now.

$$25 to $30 is about the price point on that one, even with it being
available on another platforms. I managed to pull off $25, how, I don't
know, but it happened. If you can live with cart-only, though, I could
almost see it at around $20. Then again, looking over the Completed
Listings on ebay, one just went for $23(complete)...

> Does it not seem unfair that the only person that can beat the game
> can't get a cart?

If said person didn't go around saying that the Genesis is maxed out at
160 games, I would be more inclined not to revel in it. ;)

Bel
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Re: Anyone have any thoughts on the Arcade Master Plug 'n Play unit? [message #132111 is a reply to message #132110] Fri, 10 December 2010 11:11 Go to previous messageGo to next message
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On Dec 10, 2:01 am, BelPowerslave <b...@whipassgaming.com> wrote:
>> LOL.  That's one of the few I would be willing to pay more for.  Still
>> not willing to shell out $30 for it on ebay or whatever.  It isn't
>> like you need you the cart to play the game.  It's available on
>> multiple systems now.
>
> $$25 to $30 is about the price point on that one, even with it being
> available on another platforms. I managed to pull off $25, how, I don't
> know, but it happened. If you can live with cart-only, though, I could
> almost see it at around $20. Then again, looking over the Completed
> Listings on ebay, one just went for $23(complete)...
>
>> Does it not seem unfair that the only person that can beat the game
>> can't get a cart?
>
> If said person didn't go around saying that the Genesis is maxed out at
> 160 games, I would be more inclined not to revel in it. ;)
>
> Bel
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> juice in front of you."
> - Captain Rogers, Reno 911: Miami


LOL. It isn't maxed out. I'm just not interested in various genres.
You know how much I hate fighting games ;)
Re: Anyone have any thoughts on the Arcade Master Plug 'n Play unit? [message #132112 is a reply to message #132111] Fri, 10 December 2010 12:20 Go to previous messageGo to next message
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On Dec 10, 11:11 am, dos-man 64 <ChairS...@mail.com> wrote:
> On Dec 10, 2:01 am, BelPowerslave <b...@whipassgaming.com> wrote:
>
>
>
>>> LOL.  That's one of the few I would be willing to pay more for.  Still
>>> not willing to shell out $30 for it on ebay or whatever.  It isn't
>>> like you need you the cart to play the game.  It's available on
>>> multiple systems now.
>
>> $$25 to $30 is about the price point on that one, even with it being
>> available on another platforms. I managed to pull off $25, how, I don't
>> know, but it happened. If you can live with cart-only, though, I could
>> almost see it at around $20. Then again, looking over the Completed
>> Listings on ebay, one just went for $23(complete)...
>
>>> Does it not seem unfair that the only person that can beat the game
>>> can't get a cart?
>
>> If said person didn't go around saying that the Genesis is maxed out at
>> 160 games, I would be more inclined not to revel in it. ;)
>
>> Bel
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>> "You fuck with me one more time...I'm gonna fill a tube sock with
>> oranges. I'm gonna beat you 'till I juice'em. Then I'm gonna drink that
>> juice in front of you."
>> - Captain Rogers, Reno 911: Miami
>
> LOL.  It isn't maxed out.  I'm just not interested in various genres.
> You know how much I hate fighting games ;)


I actually tried storing them all in one of my dresser drawers a few
weeks ago. It was perfect: open the drawer and there they all were
with their names facing up. That lasted about 4 days. The bottom of
the drawer caved in. The little buggers were too heavy :)
Re: Anyone have any thoughts on the Arcade Master Plug 'n Play unit? [message #132113 is a reply to message #132111] Mon, 13 December 2010 15:07 Go to previous messageGo to next message
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> LOL. It isn't maxed out. I'm just not interested in various genres.
> You know how much I hate fighting games ;)

Alright, very good. I was afraid we were going to have a problem. ;)

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Re: Anyone have any thoughts on the Arcade Master Plug 'n Play unit? [message #132114 is a reply to message #132112] Mon, 13 December 2010 15:19 Go to previous messageGo to next message
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> I actually tried storing them all in one of my dresser drawers a few
> weeks ago. It was perfect: open the drawer and there they all were
> with their names facing up. That lasted about 4 days. The bottom of
> the drawer caved in. The little buggers were too heavy :)

You ought to look in to something like I've got going:

http://whipassgaming.com/Weekend%20Projects/genesisstorage.h tm

Cassette storage units also work well, if you ever come across one you like.

I've actually managed to complete my collection of those things. It's
really pretty nice. They have Nintendo 64 versions of them too, if
you're interested. I have one, just because I don't own more than 24 N64
games(the N64 one holds 24, the Genesis holds 36).

I need to get my ass in gear and make a video of the collection, now
that's it's finished...just have to find the time.

Bel
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Re: Anyone have any thoughts on the Arcade Master Plug 'n Play unit? [message #132174 is a reply to message #132114] Mon, 13 December 2010 16:08 Go to previous messageGo to next message
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On Dec 13, 3:19 pm, BelPowerslave <b...@whipassgaming.com> wrote:
>> I actually tried storing them all in one of my dresser drawers a few
>> weeks ago.  It was perfect: open the drawer and there they all were
>> with their names facing up.  That lasted about 4 days.  The bottom of
>> the drawer caved in.  The little buggers were too heavy :)
>
> You ought to look in to something like I've got going:
>
> http://whipassgaming.com/Weekend%20Projects/genesisstorage.h tm
>
> Cassette storage units also work well, if you ever come across one you like.
>
> I've actually managed to complete my collection of those things. It's
> really pretty nice. They have Nintendo 64 versions of them too, if
> you're interested. I have one, just because I don't own more than 24 N64
> games(the N64 one holds 24, the Genesis holds 36).
>
> I need to get my ass in gear and make a video of the collection, now
> that's it's finished...just have to find the time.
>
> Bel
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>   - Mike and Don in TMNT

those are nice holders, but not as good as my dresser drawer was
before it broke ;)
Re: Anyone have any thoughts on the Arcade Master Plug 'n Play unit? [message #132175 is a reply to message #132037] Sat, 02 April 2011 03:33 Go to previous messageGo to next message
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"BelPowerslave" <bel@whipassgaming.com> wrote in message
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>> Since you seem to have access to more Genesis stuff than the rest of
>> us, maybe you could check to see if your friend has any of the
>> following:
>
> Wang has taken all of the Genesis stock back to his house after running in
> to a sizable Genesis lot, spurring him to start a collection. I will try
> to get over there at some point, though and see what I can dig up. The
> good news is that the base stock hasn't changed much since we did three or
> four huge-ass Genesis lots...so I may be able to give you a heads up on
> the inventory.
>
>> super thunder blade
>
> Pretty sure we have this one. Great game too, even without all the scaling
> sprites. To me, this is WAY better than After Burner and just didn't seem
> to get the recognition it deserved. Have you tried the SMS version? It's
> pretty good too!
>
>> ecco jr.
>
> I don't think we have this one, but I'll check. Apparently aimed at
> younger players, it's supposed to be a toned-down version of Ecco. I have
> it, but haven't put much time in with it.
>
>> alex kid
>
> I think we have this one. Though I'm not a HUGE fan of the AK series, I
> did like this one. Have you ever played AK in Shinobi World? Man, that
> game is fucking awesome! I wish Sega would have kept going with that,
> putting AK in various other Sega worlds. Imagine, AK in Streets of Rage
> World or Golden Axe World...
>
>> gain ground
>
> This one may be hard to get. It's one of those games that *every* Genesis
> owner raves about(and rightly so).
>
>> bonanza bros.
>
> I own it, but don't really get all the hype. I mean, it seems to be a
> relatively decent game...but nothing I could see putting a huge amount of
> time in with. Maybe things will change once I try it more...
>
>> any of the phantasy stars.
>
> Part 3, cart-only, is about the only one that's really accessible a lot of
> the time. *No one* wants to give up part 4, and vary few want to give up
> part 2....add the manuals, boxes or hint guides and it's even harder to
> get them. I'll take a look though.
>
>> Well, let me know. My local sources for acquiring sega stuff have
>> evaporated. Other than ebay, my options are really limited.
>
> Ebay is not so bad, if you can find someone who doesn't rape you on
> shipping. You also may want to hit one of the various trading sites out
> there. I don't much care for, nor recommend GameTZ as *no one* seems to
> want to trade for anything other than "cash", but Goozex is said to be
> really great. Both Scott H and Benstylus rave about it on the WAG Forums.
> Apparently you just send in your games for a determined amount of credit,
> and then can use said credit to get other games. Don't have to deal with
> some asshole who wants your copy of Panzer Dragoon Saga for his Altered
> Beast, cart-only(because he doesn't want to give up the box), you just
> deal with credit given and credit needed. You can even just pay for
> credits, if you want, and then get whatever games you can...
>
> http://s4.zetaboards.com/Whip_Ass_Gaming/single/?p=8010103&a mp;t=7832282
>
> http://s4.zetaboards.com/Whip_Ass_Gaming/topic/8065071/1
>
> http://www.goozex.com/trading/asp/welcome.asp
>
> http://gametz.com/
>
> Bel
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I still remember getting Alex Kidd on Genesis at Kay Bee.
Re: Anyone have any thoughts on the Arcade Master Plug 'n Play unit? [message #132176 is a reply to message #132175] Wed, 13 April 2011 02:26 Go to previous messageGo to next message
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> I still remember getting Alex Kidd on Genesis at Kay Bee.

I still remember getting the Sega CD there. $264, I think it was. Man,
how I ever managed to come up with that kind of money at that age, I
still don't know!

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On 4/13/2011 1:26 AM, BelPowerslave wrote:
>> I still remember getting Alex Kidd on Genesis at Kay Bee.
>
> I still remember getting the Sega CD there. $264, I think it was. Man,
> how I ever managed to come up with that kind of money at that age, I
> still don't know!
>
> Bel

I sold my NES, SMS and TG16 for it. Not all at the same time of course. ;)

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