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Now, that is awesome!

Thanks , Its a great little system , has bits based off the PS1 hence the sony name on the main board , though I haven't seen to many available

This was a quick video of puzzle bobble 4 on the Taito F3 system with a CRT monitor .
    
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Put in an offer on some loose PS2 games...offered $50 CAN for Obscure, Tales of the Abyss, Champions of Norrath, and Dragon Quest VIII...I figured that was more than a fair offer for loose copies. He said he'd do it, but Obscure was spoken for, but he hadn't heard back from the guy and was going to give him until tomorrow to reply. It's a bit much to spend on lose games, but I will just print sleaves for them, for now, and keep an eye out for boxes and manuals. Most of these games are worth quite a bit more if I get them all completed, nothing too rare though...Obscure is definitely the one I want the most out the bunch. Told him if the guy does end up picking it up, that I'd still work something out on the remaining games. Probably offer him $30 on the Dragon Quest, Tales of, and Champions of Norrath. Found a bunch of other really cheap common bundles on Kijiji too I might go pick apart for a bunch of decent $1-3 Xbox / PS2 games.

Oh, and I also wanted to mention about that store, KW Vintage Games, that I traded Conker's Bad Fur Day and a couple other things for a Saturn and Area 51...guess he was just in a good mood for awhile there, or just needed customers, cause I went in to trade some stuff for a NES, just the bare console no cables, brought in about $100-110 worth of games, and he says he'll give me...wait for it..."Maybe like, $10 at the most." And then to prove me wrong, he goes on to Ebay to show me that one game I brought worth $30 is only worth less than $10, shows me a listing with more than a week left of bidding, no buy it now, that is selling for $15...and says, "See..."...I wasn't even sure how to respond to that, so I just didn't, and made a mental note not to bother wasting time bringing in trade anymore. Or recommend anyone else do it either. Know what he wanted to trade me for all the stuff I brought in? A broken, and not just broken, smashed exterior and everything, non-HDMI Xbox 360. For a bunch of mint black label PS1 stuff, few decent N64 games, decent Gamecube games, decent PS2 games...I made sure the lowest value game I brought was $15. And brought at least 12 games...found out too why you can never find a Sega CD in town...dude hordes them, plays it up like he has to get them in, and then won't sell them...cause he's too lazy too test them because he'd have to "dig out cables"...anyway, just a rant about that shop, more than one irritating experience there...
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That shop sounds like absolute ass. I had to deal with a guy like that once when I got one of my Sega CDs. He didn't want to sell it to me minus the (worthless) Genesis 2 it was hooked up to. I can't even remember what his rationale was other than "I'm gonna miss it" WTH? It just sits on a shelf, not even hooked up, you don't even play it. What a weirdo.

Thanks for the heads up on the PCE games but, I don't have a Super CD-ROM2 and have no intention of getting one. The Hucards he has aren't interesting either. (Remember, I have a Turbo Everdrive... I can play every game for the system off that one flashcard. So not looking to buy more PCE games.)
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I'm looking to buy PS1 black label games. Complete only. biggrin.gif
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I'm looking to buy PS1 black label games. Complete only. biggrin.gif

I don't really sell anything online, and I prefer not to ship...so unfortunately tongue.gif Plus, I don't necessarily want to sell them anyway...just brought some stuff in for trade, hoping to get a NES. My Playstation collection is really small right now (along with my collections for various systems), so I've been working on picking some up here and there. I am not really concerned with black label vs greatest hits, though if I can I'll get the black label ones just cause I know they'll be easier to sell and trade if and when the time comes. I don't care though cause I just want to play them tongue.gif I'll buy torn label stuff, loose stuff, doesn't matter much as long as it's priced accordingly. I also don't mind printing my own case covers and cart stickers or whatever. My consoles and controllers, on the other hand, I prefer to be immaculate as possible. Of course, if I plan to display something, or with some of the games that hold the most personal value, I would want something in better condition. Don't get me wrong, probably less than 5% of my entire collection is loose (not including loose carts, lots of those), torn label, missing manual, missing bonus content, etc., the rest is mostly complete stuff. Most of my collection is CIB PC games though, right now. Downsized my console game collection a bit to fit in my current space and got rid of about 40 sports games that just accumulated through buying bundles and such. I'm down to about 300-ish physical release games now (PC and console), not including a 200 sleeve CD book full of loose PC stuff.

Also, TwirlyWhirly555, your arcade board stuff got me interested...I've always been interested in doing my own cabinet one day, but haven't done a lot of research because it wouldn't be until I had the space for it. Never really thought to just bypass the cabinet part altogether...I checked out a few boards for some for some of the games I'd like to eventually build a cab for, and some of them are very cheap. I was looking at Virtua Fighter, just on Ebay, and around $70 Can will get me a working board...something I am going to look into a bit more of course, but I may PM you in the future redface.gif So basically, plan to run the bare minimum to get the board up and running, with plans to one day in the distant future build a (possibly slightly miniaturized) replica cab to house it. Virtua Fighter is just one of those games I remember standing in line at the arcades to play...everyone would be gathered around just to ooh and ahh at those graphics tongue.gif
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Also, TwirlyWhirly555, you're arcade board stuff got me interested...I've always been interested in doing my own cabinet one day, but haven't done a lot of research because it wouldn't be until I had the space for it. Never really thought to just bypass the cabinet part altogether...I checked out a few boards for some for some of the games I'd like to eventually build a cab for, and some of them are very cheap. I was looking at Virtua Fighter, just on Ebay, and around $70 Can will get me a working board...something I am going to look into a bit more of course, but I may PM you in the future redface.gif So basically, plan to run the bare minimum to get the board up and running, with plans to one day in the distant future build a (possibly slightly miniaturized) replica cab to house it. Virtua Fighter is just one of those games I remember standing in line at the arcades to play...everyone would be gathered around just to ooh and ahh at those graphics tongue.gif
Are you familiar with the cabaret style of cabinet? It was smaller than the standard upright cab that you saw in arcades. They are significantly smaller but still holds a full size PCB, power brick & supply (this is the old school way of doing things), and anything else that is necessary for a full size game. Below, you can see this Galaga advertisement that shows a pretty good comparison of the cabaret and upright (with a cocktail version that is the table). There are plenty of plans out there if you want to build your own.

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Are you familiar with the cabaret style of cabinet? It was smaller than the standard upright cab that you saw in arcades. They are significantly smaller but still holds a full size PCB, power brick & supply (this is the old school way of doing things), and anything else that is necessary for a full size game. Below, you can see this Galaga advertisement that shows a pretty good comparison of the cabaret and upright (with a cocktail version that is the table). There are plenty of plans out there if you want to build your own.

Those are pretty neat, I am sure I have seen them before. That's pretty much exactly what I had in my head though, make the cab still look as close to the original cab as possible, just shrunk down as much as possible while still retaining two player. It would be just like that though, free standing, slightly miniaturized version of the original cab. Still too large for the space I have right now though...I barely have space for my current amount of junk, as I am only renting a single room tongue.gif I've kept a few old CRT monitor/display around though for stuff like this, looks like I can get the boards for the games I want for pretty cheap...going to start pricing out joysticks and buttons...maybe just build a couple "fight sticks" for now, but use hardware I can swap into the cab in the future. This is all just brainstorming...I mean, I might grab a Virtua Fighter board in the next month or so and start learning more about it, but it'll be awhile before any of this materializes lol
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Also, TwirlyWhirly555, your arcade board stuff got me interested...I've always been interested in doing my own cabinet one day, but haven't done a lot of research because it wouldn't be until I had the space for it. Never really thought to just bypass the cabinet part altogether...I checked out a few boards for some for some of the games I'd like to eventually build a cab for, and some of them are very cheap. I was looking at Virtua Fighter, just on Ebay, and around $70 Can will get me a working board...something I am going to look into a bit more of course, but I may PM you in the future redface.gif So basically, plan to run the bare minimum to get the board up and running, with plans to one day in the distant future build a (possibly slightly miniaturized) replica cab to house it. Virtua Fighter is just one of those games I remember standing in line at the arcades to play...everyone would be gathered around just to ooh and ahh at those graphics tongue.gif

Nice : D , I did want to do a cabinet to but don't have the space hence why I bypassed the cabinet and went for the game PCB instead : D . They are pretty easy to get running , ones with the Jamma standard 56 pin connector are the easiest as they can be swapped in and out with other jamma standerd boards and information on the pinouts is easy to find , non standerd can still be found on arcade data sites .

The bare minnum is power 12V , 5V DC / monitor ( you need a converter if its a VGA monitor ) and switchs for the controller , speaker for sound , I would say if you go ahead with getting an arcade PCB grab a sony PVM field monitor as they accept the RGBs video data the arcade games output and it makes testing a lot easyer .

No problem , id be happy the help : ) .

I have the plan to have Puzzle bobble 2 , 2X , 3 , 4 and super in one unit and the ability to switch between them with relays .





Also made a controller for testing as I suck at using the arcade joy stick ...... To much PlayStation ..

    
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Going to pick up those PS2 games tomorrow morning...Obscure, Dragon Quest VIII, Champions of Norrath and Tales of the Abyss...all loose, like I said...and he wouldn't do $50 for all after thinking on it, so we ended up in agreement at $60, which still isn't too bad I guess. Obscure is really tough to find, even on Ebay, complete copies going for $130-ish Candadian...Dragon Quest complete is at about $50, and the other two are about $30 each. All games I want. but I would never have payed over $100 for Obscure...just not happening lol
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Any way, assuming I can get it to work I don't know if this was a good deal or not. Amazon puts the light gun thing at a lot more than $4.50 so I assume the gun with the game is worth at least what I paid for them separately.

The light gun, if any one is wondering, is this multi-part thing with a attachable barrel and stock along with a shotgun pump reload thing. So it can go from pretty much a hand gun all the way up to an almost-full-scale (if not full scale) sniper rifle complete with scope. Which the title of the game would imply. I don't think a lot of games support the gun on Xbox so I'm hoping the Silent Scope trilogy is worth all the effort (not holding my breath).
 
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