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The Cheap, Easy Way To Make Those Old Game Cartridges As Good As New

Ars Technica: ''Writing about the Nintendo Entertainment System's birthday a couple of weeks ago put me in the mood for some retro gaming. I didn't want to dive into the legal grey area that is emulation—my fever can only be cured by the real thing. I wanted to play the original games with the original controllers, so I hopped on eBay and snapped up a few used cartridges to expand my childhood game collection.'' (Culture)

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