Resumeplay.net Cheap Gamer Buyers Guide: How much old school fun can $20 actually buy, how about a 1st gen Gameboy, and a whole slew of extras.
A few things.... -Indiana summers = fail -Gameboy with all this = win -flea markets = win I am so jealous you got this.... I used to play Tetris on my old Gameboy NON-stop. It's probably one of my favorite hand held systems ever.
I have one of these. Near perfect condition. My dad got it from thailand with Bill and Ted's excellent adventure (best game evaar)and a card with 25 games on. If my house was burning down and I could only grab one thing before it collapsed I would grab my gameboy (forget the kids).
I've got some old consoles laying around I wonder if they are worth anything.
The original gameboy is almost unplayable today. Trying to go back is kinda hard to do. not sure if anybody else thinks this but I sure do
Man, this makes me miss my old game boy. It also makes me angry that my original one was lost in a house fire. Either way, good on ya for finding it. Good find indeed.
Lol, still got my 1st gen gameboy.
Still got mine too. It usually requires a solid whak to get it started somtimes though.
2nd gen GB was the first GB I got, but I can remember some of my friends all having these.
i still have my GB color still working
It was the Gameboy "Pocket" i got first, used to love the thing. Still have it somewhere in my house so i may have to get it out and play tetris later :) Black and White gaming FTW! :D
It's funny the newer the console the sooner it breaks, I still have a working PSone, OLD Sony radio, Gameboy colour and a old gramaphone which still picks up radio and works. Ah the good ol' days when men where women and consoles only needed you to blow on the cartridge once and a while and not the towel trick/ringing Microsoft or Sony.
Once in Scottsdale AZ I found Chrono Trigger, Final Fantasy II, Final Fantasy III, Ogre Battle, and Super Metroid. All at the same time for $1.99 each! Just this week I went to a local Goodwill and bought a mint copy of Metal Gear Solid (not Greatest Hits package) for $2.99, and A Nintendo 64 in good shape with AV&AC cables and a not broken in controller all for $7.99. I go there WEEKLY looking for videogames!
Still got my original gameboy and the color. And all the old Nintendo systems hooked up. All those are over 10 yrs old and my PS3 died after a year and a half of use.
ahh original gameboy, those things were tanks
Still have mine somewhere. I don't think I could go back to it either.
I still got my grey gameboy. I also have a green one. it is still good for playing tetris, which is one of my favorite games ever. Flea markets are good to fond onld games for cheap. A few years ago I got powerstone for the DC at a flemarket.
i found a n64 with 60 games
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