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I'll be throwing rep to all of you folks that responded to my question about getting retro hardware! Thank you for the ideas. Here's the problem, Craigslist in Pittsburgh is like one of those flea markets that sells old stuffed cats and soda cans that commemorate the Pittsburgh Steelers of the 70's. It's a terrible place, a junkyard of filth, and creepiness. Who wants to buy a 20 year old Budweiser branded tailgate grill for $130?
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oh god a Pittsburgh flea market, one of few where you can actually catch fleas lol
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I'll be throwing rep to all of you folks that responded to my question about getting retro hardware! Thank you for the ideas. Here's the problem, Craigslist in Pittsburgh is like one of those flea markets that sells old stuffed cats and soda cans that commemorate the Pittsburgh Steelers of the 70's. It's a terrible place, a junkyard of filth, and creepiness. Who wants to buy a 20 year old Budweiser branded tailgate grill for $130?

Again, find your local games stores.

Try St. Vincents, Goodwill, Pawn America, and other secondhand stores/thrift stores/Pawn shops and chains. They are generally bad places to shop and spend your money but you can find deals/rarities occasionally. At Pawn America I got a CIB Golden Axe 2 for Genesis for $5. Best find I've had there.

Used games stores are a good option if you can find one with decent prices. I would also suggest talking to the employees and owner about retro games. You should be able to tell whether they're just a reseller hopping on the retro game bandwagon, looking to make a quick buck, or if they are retro game fans themselves that do it for the love of the hobby.

Case in point, one store here in town (the bad one) is called Preplayed Games. Their largest selection is of 360 and PS3 games but they also sell DVDs and Blu Rays (really cheap). They have a large retro game section but the games are really expensive. Most of the employees I've seen there look like they weren't even alive when the NES was out. They always have different people in the place, and I don't think I've ever seen the owner at either location. This place sucks. This is the place that wants $30 for loose Super Mario 3, and they usually have like 10 copies of it. Newsflash, if you have 10 copies of it it probably isn't worth that much. Nearly anything remotely good they put in a locked case and charge ridiculous prices for. There's really no decor in this place either, it looks like an old Blockbuster or something, just rows and rows of the tall shelves to hold games and DVDs.

On the other hand, the best game store in town is Video Game Xchange. The owner is Lance, just an awesome guy. An aging rocker/metal head. I've been going to his stores since I first moved to Madison in 1995, so I've been a customer for 20 years. Anyway, in the 90s he actually had 3 locations in town but now he just has one. He's told me that Pawn America and Preplayed are putting him under and really cutting into his business. This guy will talk to you for hours about games and gaming. Multiple times I've come in and he's had something cool, one time it was a Dreamcast hooked up via VGA to an old RGB monitor, it looked fantastic. Another time he was in the middle of trying to fix some Atari 2600's and soldering them. If he has no customers he'll just stand there and talk to you about games. Since he's known me so long, he gives me a 10% cash discount on everything I buy EXCEPT I never pay in cash, I pay with debit or whatever and he gives me the discount anyway. He has multiple arcade cabs in his store he is trying to fix up right now. Also, his whole store is like a collection of vintage gaming merchandise from the 80s and 90s, like the stuff you'd get from Nintendo fun club, Nintendo Power etc. He has a big case full of this stuff in the center of the store. We've had numerous discussions about his cans of Sonic the Hedgehog Spaghetti-Os and whether they'd be edible or not after 20+ years. He said he opened one once and it was brown and the noodles had just melted away and the meatballs were gone too. I'm guessing "not edible" on this one. He also has an unopened box of the Nintendo Cereal System that I really wanted to try as a kid but never got to. biggrin.gif

Anyway. Find the good games stores.

Buy from the Lance's of the world, not from the Preplayed's.
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There's a local chain store kind of like the first one you mentioned local to me. Except they very rarely have even one NES or SNES game. When they do have SNES games (there's a always a pile of genesis) they're very common/unwanted games like sports and Vegas Dreams...
Anyway I really go there to get a bunch of $2 PS1 and PS2 games because...$2 that's why...but they have a copy of "24: the game" for $18. Why is 24: the game $18? And if it is $18 for 2+ years why not take the hint it's too much. Seriously though. Why is 24: the game $18?
The employees likewise don't know much about games and seem to care very little. I assume between the goodwill and various other places not to mention gamestops there's just not that much money in. It would be nice if the 20-somethings seemed to care even slightly about the games section.
I do find an over priced 2600 game there ever so often. Though not for a while. Probably because I have such a large 2600 collection.

Semi-related, I think I found a store kind of like the good one you were describing (I overheard the guy saying he had worked there for 15 years). Only I only went into it the one time so far and noted the used NES for $100 (the insert-front kind) and 2600 games for a flat $7 each which is too rich for my blood. I don't know if it's really a good place or not but the price are a little over-the-top. I might go back for some 2600 games. In case he has some rare ones that might actually be worth $7.
 
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My city is pretty nice in regards to retro game collecting...quite a few events and conventions, video game swap meets, etc. Several stores...and everyone is in massive competition of each other, so they get into a bit of a price war...well, except that one KW Vintage Games I have mentioned a few times...he charges near Ebay price, his selling point is that he has just about anything you could want in stock. He's a decent guy to, though most might disagree...he's an actual gamer, not someone in it for the cash. Got talking about lightgun stuff for quite awhile last time I was in...apparently he got hooked on them too during the PSX days. He actually tells people they don't need money to come in, that anyone is welcome to just come and hang out. There is usually several people doing so when I go there lol Definitely a different type of atmosphere, his store tends to be a bit disorganized because of it...but he always seems to know where everything is. The store in town I go to most is only because it's close...Microplay...there are quite a few of them around. Not much to say about that place except Xbox 360 and PS3 games are really cheap there right now. There's the odd deal, but the owner doesn't seem to be too interested in the games. Best store in town is The Games Exchange...the guys that run it are just great to deal with, prices are the best around...and I've been going there since I was a kid. The one guy / owner also runs a comic book store in town. He ended up being the guy that showed up to the door when I bought my SNES of Kijiji as well...loads and loads of great people in the community. Just do right by those guys and gals and you are sure to get the deals. Also...don't be shy to be a cheapskate...sometimes I feel bad going and spending so much time in a store to only spend $20 while dude's are in and out to get the newest Call of Duty in 2 minutes and $80 later...but most of the shops seem to take more interest in someone who seems to know what he is looking at, rather than the ones that likely make them the most money. That's how you can tell a good shop IMO tongue.gif

Also...in regards to prices...ALWAYS try to deal with a shop if you haven't before. At the very least, most of them will at least suck up the taxes. Most places will definitely deal with you though, especially if you buy more than one thing. Seriously...don't be scared to make an offer...I bet if you offered $60, he might say no, but then go back in a week, and offer it again when it's still sitting there...and I bet he takes it. Even $60 is pricey though...in the US, I'd pay no more than $40...and even that is stretching it. I'd ideally like to pay only about $20 for a "as-is" NES and do the repairs myself...only a couple years ago they where less than half what they are worth right now. I use one of the clone systems for the time being, and don't plan to replace it with the real deal unless I can find one cheap enough. Big thing with doing deals though...be respectful, and don't low-ball...give reasonable offers or they will tire of you showing up to their stores pretty quick lol And don't even try to make a deal on something that is already priced more than reasonably. If they are being fair on the price, be fair in return and give them what they are asking Most of the time, they expect low-balling, so they artificially inflate the price. I do it all the time when selling things on Kijiji...cause no matter how cheap you price something, someone will still low-ball...and oh god are those people ever irritating.
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Nintendo NES front loader (original model) is around $40 on Amazon, but without the hookups.

Personally I wouldn't want to pay more than $30 for one, I mean they made millions and millions.

The hookups should not be a problem, go to a Goodwill or St. Vinny's and you can find generic AV cables (yellow, red and white) for like $2 each. You can also use something other than the original Nintendo power supply, mine is a Casio power supply and it's 7.5V and it works. If anything, go to any decent games shop and talk to them and they will probably have extra power supplies to sell you. I've done this before with Lance, my brother's Game Boy Color AC adapter didn't work so I took it to him and asked him to test it, he had the right power adapter but the system still didn't turn on and he told me basically that the power port on the GB was broke and it probably needed a new fuse or resistor or something.

$100 for a NES is ridiculous.
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Ya, it is. I didn't ask the guy about it or anything. Maybe there was something else special about it. Some kind of deal for $100. I don't know. Just seemed odd. Even the local swap meet a guy had three of them for $60 each (he offered me 2 for $100, I said no).
 
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Yea but the key is to wait and buy the gems. It takes a long time. I have made some good scores though. CL isn't one to go to of you must have "x" now. That is ebay/amazon

CL is you check ever day/week and you find that ooooo of thing and buy it.

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Nintendo NES front loader (original model) is around $40 on Amazon, but without the hookups.

Personally I wouldn't want to pay more than $30 for one, I mean they made millions and millions.

The hookups should not be a problem, go to a Goodwill or St. Vinny's and you can find generic AV cables (yellow, red and white) for like $2 each. You can also use something other than the original Nintendo power supply, mine is a Casio power supply and it's 7.5V and it works. If anything, go to any decent games shop and talk to them and they will probably have extra power supplies to sell you. I've done this before with Lance, my brother's Game Boy Color AC adapter didn't work so I took it to him and asked him to test it, he had the right power adapter but the system still didn't turn on and he told me basically that the power port on the GB was broke and it probably needed a new fuse or resistor or something.

$100 for a NES is ridiculous.

Ironically the nes (front loader) iirc is rated at 9v but uses a 12vdc supply...

The whole nes can acutally run on with 5v or 3v idr (i think it was 5v ) off my head ( this is how they convert them to portable systems with lcds)

But the rf adapter that's built in needs 9v... nothing else
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