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SWAMP_THING

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i love going around second hand shops.
in the uk all dreamcast games are around £5 now and i got tech romancer and SF aplha 3 for £3 each!
not only that but got home and opened up the SF game box and lo and behold no game mannal!
BUT
in the other side of the cd holder i had got a copy of mavel vs capcom for FREE!
i had been looking for it for ages :P

anyone else had any shock bargins to beat this one
come on! i know it hard but i think someone has <_<

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Agozer

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I got to a second hand shop too...I can take my old, million times played PSX games there and get some money off them. Nothing beats a good, -cheap-, second hand PS2/GameCube/X-BOX game, instead of buying one brand new with a hefty price tag.

Edited by Agozer, 10 January 2004 - 12:31 AM.


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emsley

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Hmm i will be investing in a dreamcast this friday when i get paid, also seeing as the creamcast is so easy to mod its gonna be hell sweet oh yeah!!




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