1. Captain_N

    Captain_N GBAtemp Advanced Maniac
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    3 robs, 2 are complete, super wild card dx 2 for snes, game doctor sf 7 for snes, super power pack for snes, arknoid controller for nes, 2 Ethernet adapters for gamecube. 4 gamecube demo discs, blockbuster super smash bros brawl display poster, gamecube display, Wii dvd lens cleaner disc, Gameboy color game saver cart, Wii U kiosk, amiibo kiosk.
     
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    Or one of My 3 Kiosks
    GameCube Kiosk found in the street in trash 5qqvZVA_d.jpg CINzXgX_d.jpg Pp4Ite3_d.jpg

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    Show me your Kiosk plz


    I cant list all rare thinks here but

    https://m.imgur.com/gallery/NOA0gVi
     
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    Captain_N GBAtemp Advanced Maniac
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    I owned a Dreamcast, but now it’s in India with my cousins who’s like 8, and the only game I owned for the Dreamcast was bomberman online
     
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  7. raxadian

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    If you had your Gamecube chipped it was possible to use a copy. But good luck finding mini disks and the mini disk burner nowadays.
     
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    Also a great Kiosk i need yours;) My Wii Kiosk has a Selfmade skin a woodplate designed by My girlfriend
     
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  9. raxadian

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    Still, I have a R4 so getting any Pokemon I want is easy by using save editors for the DS games. And I got a hacked version of four swords so I don't need to use the GBA.

    And the Gamecube GBA player has several limitations that my GBA SP doesn't have.

    And that darn Gamecube to GBA link cable has gone down in my priorities quite fast.
     
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  10. yodamerlin

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    I don't feel like getting it out of the various boxes I most certainly accidentality hid it in, so I'll use some old pictures I took a while ago to share with some friends.
    A Nintendo keyboard, used in Pokemon Typing Adventure. I don't think it's used in any other game.
    IMG_20190514_151213.jpg IMG_20190514_220108.jpg

    Sorry for the poor quality, I didn't put too much effort into holding my phone still at the time.
    I'm pretty sure these are not that rare, but off the top of my head it's the rarest I have.

    My review for the keyboard is "pretty good, actually."
     
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  11. Issac

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    I have a boxed Famicom baseball game that has an included accessory. It's some kind of save transfer pak that you plug into the extension port. I think you can save your own team and stats to that save thing, and bring it to a friend's house and play on their game with your team vs their team.

    Or if it is to transfer data between different year's games...

    I can't find it when I google now, and it's stored away in a box here so I can't dig it out to take a photo :(

    Okay, I found it! :D

    The game is Battle Stadium, and the accessory is: Battle Box
    Not my photo:
    [​IMG]
     
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    Let's see. I have 2 gamecube broadband adapters, one is still in original packaging. I have my original gamecube action replay with the bonus memory card. 3 n64 gamesharks one is a 3.2 and the others are 3.3 with the parallel port. A shark link adapter to update the gamesharks but no software for it. One original psone gameshark that plugs into the back. ROB and a game genie first edition NES. Gameboy camera with the gameboy printer accessory. A crap ton of Atari 2600 stuff that I have no idea on what they do. Also it seems I have about 7 copies of ET as well. Dunno how that happened.
     
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    seems everyone has a gamecube broadband adapter here, i thought they were supposed to be a bit uncommon XD

    Fine i have a Boxed Snes AV cable :rofl:
     
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    I have 3 Gamecubes but no adapter since I didn't get any Gamecube game that needs to be played online since back then my Internet was 36k dial up.
     
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    A lot of my items are packed away in boxes at the moment, but this one was still to hand along side my DS Games. Thought people here would appreciate it. Lol

    [​IMG]

    Rest of the images of it can be seen here:

    Green Joy-Con D-Pad Shells for Nintendo Switch
     
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    Thesolcity Wherever the light shines, it casts a shadow.
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    The stand that came with Kid Icarus: Uprising.
     
  17. RandomUser

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    I have a very rare GameCube SD card adapter, yes the official GameCube adapter. Although not my picture but it is like the one in the spoiler. Bought it on LikSang.com before they closed up shop.
    [​IMG]

    I have that very same item. It probably does work, you need an NTSC N64 system AFAIK.
     
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    My GC bought last april (50 € with "all the basic accessories") actually came with an official RGB cable... and a very shitty PS1 RGB cable in the same bag :D
    Definitely not as a consumer product but it may have been used for Pokemon R/S events - or maybe not since the leaked German beta version shows they implemented a functional e-reader distribution emulator...
    At least on PS2, unlicensed originals are guaranteed to be in violation of any optical disc standards - since part of the security comes from verifying the PS2 logo (which is encrypted with a key dependant on the titleID) pretty much any American one is SLUS-20202 (Crazy Taxi), and allegedly they literally copied and pasted part of the track of an original disc over their original (a bit like DSi-compatible flashcards!)
    Discs are fairly easy to buy (online) and pretty much every trayloading drive is fine with them :) (but you might as well try Game Boy Interface instead once you have access to homebrew)


    I guess the weirdest thing I own is an European copy of Animal Crossing PG with the Australian boxart (therefore being falsely advertised as e-Reader compatible), bought it from CeX in Hove last time I was there in 2011 :D

    How about an unmodified PS1? :P

    If scalpers are to be believed, then the Pokewalker appears to be becoming a reality - I doubt it actually is, given one was bundled with every copy of a game in a then-quality bestselling series

    And finally, the PSTV I bought new at the nearly-all-time-low of 20 € also allegedly is in high demand - I sold it less than a month ago for 27 € (pre-downgraded to 3.60 :) )
     
  19. Sakitoshi

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    I don't own many rare or obscure things, my gameboy light sure is impresive but not exactly rare. So this is what I got.

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    Let's start from the right.

    Warioware twisted: don't exactly know if is rare, but at least has a weird shape for a gba cart thanks to the built-in gyro and rumble.

    Original R4: yup, that's an original R4, not a clone. Not much to say about it but I think is rare at least nowdays.

    Super key: from back in the day when you needed something to boot from slot 2 in ds mode. It came with the supercard sd and never used it, now is there to look pretty since I sold the supercard sd long ago.

    Pokemon red: a spanish copy of pokemon red, "hey that's not rare at all" you may say, but the thing is that is an american copy, look at that esrb rating and code indicating USA region at the side. The second pic demonstrates that is not a fake cover.
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  20. Tom Bombadildo

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    I think perhaps the only "rare" gaming thing I own is the Halo Edition original XBOX, got one still unopened and boxed sitting in my family's storage locker that's just kind of...sitting there. The boxed thing is probably the rarest part, cuz loose ones I see all the time for like $100 or so.

    Used to have a Gameboy player, but the disc is long gone which is the real rare part sadly.

    I have a Pikachu edition N64 I bought ages ago, including the controller, but again that's not that rare really.

    And I think that's kind of it TBH. Guess I just don't really keep too many rare video game things these days, pretty much all of what I own are super common things :(
     
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