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Discussion in 'General Off-Topic Chat' started by air2004, Jul 7, 2009.
$17,500 for a game that only lasts a number of minutes. That guy has money to burn.
'The game itself has a time limit of just 6 minutes and 21 seconds and consists of three short segments from other NES games: Super Mario Bros., Tetris, and Rad Racer.'
I heard about that. That guy is insane. I would never ever spend that much.
especially for a demo cartridge...
wonder if a rom exists for that d:
he should dump it
Someone should write to the person who bought it and ask him to dump it.
Its more the fact their were only like 20 made. So how many of those exist today?
Not worth nearly 20k just for a demo. That's a lifetime of game purchases there, this coming from somebody who spends hundreds on special edition game packs.
found it already
pretty boring, all it does it add up your score and depending on the game, multiplies it by 1, 2, or 4
Ok, so from what I understand, it's not worth it to pay more for something just because of the exclusiveness (20 copies of a freakin demo, big whoop let's fight about it). The guy bought a demo of a game that he could've gotten "other" ways, and spent 17,500 dollars on something more important, like more than one game, or a couple of PS3s.
I think I read in an older issue (a few years ago) of Nintendo Power about a guy who owned every single NES game ever made. I wonder if he had one of these..
That is an investment like painting. It's like that game will be cheaper next week.
I Agree you
What is/was wrong with guy?
Been a member for over 6 months and you still don't know that?
You can't, sorry.
As for the guy, he's obviously a collector with a lot of money. He can do whatever he wants.
Yea, yea. I re-read the rules before you guys posted.