Cleared out a Family Video of their DS games. $80 for the whole lot is a pretty good deal, especially considering a number of them still have manuals and the cases look great. Should be able to recoup the cost with the games I’m not interested in.
If you have a Family Video location nearby, stop in. All of their DS games are priced 2/$5. This entire lot was only $30.
An all portable find from a local game store, and with this, the final Christmas gift card has been extinguished. X-Men: Reign of Apocalypse can be scratched from the wishlist, and the Sonic Advance series is now complete. Not a bad score for only $13 over the gift card’s value.
A $40 Black Friday haul. Everything was 25% off at a local store.
Local game store reopened after being closed for some time. They offered B1G2 free as a thank you, leading to this $20 haul.
Ha, ha, ha. This garage sale wants $2 for an Intec DS card case…
Nothing spectacular in this $12 haul between Goodwill and a local game store. Filling in the Genesis collection a little at a time.
After spending much of the summer remodeling part of the game room, a late journey into garage sale season can begin. This lot was $12.
B2G1 free sale at a local grocery. Can’t go wrong with Mega Man. The Boom Blox were from a video store. $34 for all.
Combination estate sale and thrift store find, around $55 for all. There was more, including strategy guides, magazines, and appreciate cables for the system’s which didn’t fit in the image.
This was also the first time I’ve picked over the house of a hoarder. Those systems underwent about three hours of restoration to get them to that point.
That was the N64 before. It wasn’t pretty.