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Formats covered: Game Boy Colour, Game Boy Advance, Famicom, N64, DS, PS1, PS2, PSP, Super Famicom and WonderSwan.

Games are complete, **Japanese** and in generally very good condition unless otherwise noted. Photos available of anything you like - just ask!

Reason for sale - I'm a Sega lady, and my heart longs for more Jp Sega and arcade stuff :)

Thought I'd give this a try - I'll keep this first post updated with whatever's interesting and on sale :)

All prices are in USD.

This weeks deals:

Etrian Odyssey IV (US 3DS) $27.90 - link
The Walking Dead (US PS3) $21.90 - link

Daily deal:
Not much :/


Some very nice stuff in there, I'd be tempted if I had the time to play it :D

Am I being too spammy with the Play-Asia links? These seem like good deals to me, but I don't want to annoy anyone :S I tend to browse there a lot which is why I tend to notice the deals ^^~

Anyway, Atelier Meruru (PS3) $19.90 for the next 24 hours - link
Persona 4 The Golden (Vita) $29.90 - link


It's Play-Asia's daily deal - grab it while you can!

Marketplace / Kimimi's sale thread!
« on: February 27, 2013, 08:21:56 am »
Need a bit more room on my shelves - help me out! If you see something you like PM me a sensible offer, I'm sure we can work something out :D

Everything's complete and in at least good condition, photos available at any time - just ask!

Boring-but-important stuff
Payment by Paypal only - please mark payment as "gift" or +4% to cover Paypal fees.
I'm in the UK, but am happy to ship anywhere. I usually ship airmail but can ship with full online tracking/insurance if requested although this is very expensive!
I usually wrap in bubblewrap, then sandwich between corrugated card, then wrap in brown parcel paper - I can use boxes if you like but this adds to the weight and therefore the expense.

Final Fantasy Anthology (US)

Dynasty Tactics 2 (PAL) Factory sealed
Everblue 2 (PAL)
R Type Final (PAL)
SOS: The Final Escape (PAL)

Final Fantasy X (Jp)

Vantage Master Portable (Jp)

Fighters Megamix (PAL)
Sega Rally (PAL)
Steep Slope Sliders (PAL)
Yukyu Gensokyoku Perpetual Collection (Jp)

Mega Drive
Micro Machines 2 (PAL)

Game Gear
Sylvan Tale (Jp)

Arc the Lad Gaiden (Jp)
Final Fantasy II (Jp)
With You (Jp)

Site Feedback / Sorting out the arcade category
« on: December 26, 2012, 01:53:38 am »
I personally think this section's a bit of a mess and needs reorganising - we go from the hyper-specific (regional revisions of particular boards) to the ultra-generic "I have an arcade cabinet". In my opinion, we need to do one or the other, and I think in the long run it'd be better to go for the more generic and then specify in the notes section exactly what hardware the game uses, otherwise the list's going to end up a mile long and isn't really going to be that much use to anyone.

Also, the "arcade conversion" section just needs to go. As I understand it it's meant to include games that were put inside non-original cabinets.... but why do we need to note this? If it's in a non-original cabinet then the cabinet is just a big wooden/plastic box used to play the game, it's not a part of the overall package. People have every right to be proud of the work they put into their cabinets but if they're worth noting as individual "releases" then my modified PC Engine is also worth it's own category and the Mean Machines Sega stickers on my PAL MD make it a regional variant :)

To make this section practical and workable I would remake it like this -

Arcade cabinets - for original boards in matching original cabinets (ex: a Jp Daytona USA board in a Jp Daytona USA cab), or original generic cabs - Astro City/Blast City/Egret, etc.
Arcade motherboards - CPS2/MVS/PGM/F3, Atomiswave, NAOMI etc. Just for hardware needed to run the games, not the games themselves.
Arcade games - games that require a specific motherboard to run, like games for the motherboards I mentioned above. Format can be put in the notes section.
Dedicated PCBs - these are games that come as a single unit, with no removable game. Ex: Tekken, Soul Edge, Golden Axe, Gauntlet, etc. PCB type can again be written in the notes section.

Having these four categories with the full set of regional variants should cover everything without causing headaches.

I must admit I have a personal interest in pushing this through (I still can't list most of my arcade stuff with the current system) but I do honestly think it'd work better going forward too.

Marketplace / FS: Namco Super Wars (WonderSwan Color/Crystal compatible)
« on: December 06, 2012, 12:44:47 am »
Boxed with manual, inner plastic tray and cart cover, you can see photos here -

Box isn't perfect but there are no hidden tears, sellotape, sunfading, etc.

Asking for £25 shipped worldwide (standard airmail shipping), payment via Paypal only. £25GBP is approx. $40USD (Payment needs to be made in GBP!).

More than happy to take further photos and answer any questions you might have - just ask!

Site Feedback / Error with Japanese Mega CD listings
« on: October 06, 2012, 11:50:07 am »

I listed them all correctly under Mega CD [JP], but for some reason they show as Mega CD [NA]. If you click on the entry it shows the correct region on the individual page, but not  in lists.

Example -

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