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Oh... Digital Bros is the parent company to 505 Games, the publisher of Graffiti Kingdom in PAL regions.

I learned something new today.  I would say if that sticker looks like it's on the outside of the wrapping, it's definitely sealed.

Eventually, I bought from another seller  ;D 8)
but yes also this one seems legit.

That Digital Bros sticker on the back of the case concerns me as well.

Tnx Ignition!

Didn't notice that one before.
I looked for them and I've just found this

they seem to be videogames distributors or publishers based in Italy.
Any Italians here who can tell us more?  ;D

Many tnx Hoshichiri,

Yes I am also watching another auction on my ebay, this one is slightly cheaper as it comes with free delivery, but I'll ask for more pictures.

If you mean the Y-fold corners though actually I know about those, but I read also that it can be faked as well.

For example:

Probably they would not waste their time to reseal Graffti Kingdom never know  :-\

I would worry about the lack of photos of the seam edges- everyone who knows about sealed games knows you need to check the seams. If he knows enough to know about the strip, he knows he should have put in seam photos.


I have some doubts regarding a copy of this game and I wonder if anyone can help me.

I found this auction on Ebay UK from a seller who has some nice ps2 games, although apparently most of them come from the European market (Germany, Italy, etc).

In the description it says 'brand new and sealed' but if you look at the pics you can tell it is missing the PS2 security strip at the bottom.

I sent a message to the seller and this is what they replied:"

Hi Jessie,
Yes, that depends on the year of release and on the market the game was originally released for.
This is the Italian version (manual and case in Italian, but the game is in English). Some of the older playstation 2 games for the Italian market come actually without that line. You can also read it on Google.
OK, I had a look at Google, but can't really find anything helpful.
Is there anything that can be the final proof?

Classic Video Games / Re: Help with PS2 game title
« on: February 08, 2020, 10:02:39 am »

I watched some youtube videos and it's that one! I have been looking for ages.
Thank you both for helping- ;)

Classic Video Games / Help with PS2 game title
« on: February 08, 2020, 08:16:54 am »
Hi guys and sorry if this is not the correct section to post.

I have been trying for a while to find the title of a game which I played with a friend ages ago, most likely via one of those demo discs for PS2 that they were giving away with magazines.
I don't remember the story unfortunately, but I remember that you play as a funny cartoon-ish man in a Japanese (or Chinese) town where all the characters look like Funko Pop figures, with massive heads and you need to go around the town, meeting people and doing tasks for them to like you.
I looked around but can't seem to find anything that matches the description.
I know I am not giving you much  ::) , but any idea of what it could be?

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