New Old-School Additions
Yesterday I happened upon some fine new additions for my NES, and Game Boy collections.
As you can see, most of these were marked to sell for $10 each. I ended up being able to snag all of them with the PS1 memory card for $20! Tetris is the only game in the lot that I already had. Excellent deal! I ended up beating Super Mario Land in one sitting last night.
But I also managed to find a good deal on some games for my NES collection as well.
These were only $3 each. There were a few others I could’ve used for the collection, but these were the best of the bunch in my opinion. There was also a very nice looking Zelda cartridge(mint!), but I already have it(maybe I should pick it up if it’s there on my next visit). All of these games are games that I haven’t previously(I may have played Code Name Viper) played before, so that’s a plus.
But, there was also something in the box of games that was also $3. And it was previously devoid from my collection as well(surprisingly).
I picked this up before I even looked at any of the games. This gives me a reason to play every single NES game that I own. Though it came it’s original box, it is missing the code book. I’m sure I’ll have no problem finding codes. I’m surprised it took me this long to finally get a Game Genie. Maybe I was holding out to find one still in the box(always a plus).
But this is probably my favorite thing about it.
No wonder my dad never bought us one! And that’s marked down by $35! I really dig the old Electronics Boutique logo.