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  29-Jul-12, 09:09   #1
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erru9107 
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So, is there anyone else here who collects Nintendo 64 stuff? Not only the games but consoles, controllers and other stuff too.


I've recently started my collection and this is what I've got so far:

Consoles:
* A regular black/grey console with a grey controller, all of course CIB (Complete In Box) with everything in really good condition and the box in near mint condition.

Games:
* The Legend Of Zelda - Ocarina Of Time (CIB, very good condition)
* Banjo-Kazooie (CIB, good condition)
* Super Mario 64 (CIB, good condition)
* 1080 Snowboarding (CIB, good conditon)

Extras:
* Rumble Pak (CIB, mint condition)


If there is enough interest, I could post pictures as well Smile

Edited by erru9107 (Sunday, July 29, 2012 @ 09:40 GMT)


     
  29-Jul-12, 09:21   #2
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doomdy 

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I was more into ATARI Worship

But hey put some retro pics on, awesome time i remember Worship

     
  29-Jul-12, 09:27   #3
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magatt966 

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+1 Thumbs Up for you

we want pictures Worship Worship Worship Worship

     
  29-Jul-12, 09:39   #4
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erru9107 
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I'll get some pictures up in a few days then, I'm currently not at home but in a week or so, you'll get a small dose of nostalgia Blink

Btw, I JUST added 1080 Snowboarding (CIB, good condition) to my games collection Tongue I payed about $7-8 for it and shipping is about $5 so in total I payed $12-13 for it. A real bargain I think since the rarity guide I use rates it a game worth $35 when it's CIB.
The box has a few "beauty marks" but nothing to big.

Here's a link to the one I bought:
http://www.tradera.com/1080-snowboarding-komplett-pal-a...

     
  29-Jul-12, 13:01   #5
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remco2504 
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Posted by erru9107:
I'll get some pictures up in a few days then, I'm currently not at home but in a week or so, you'll get a small dose of nostalgia Blink

Btw, I JUST added 1080 Snowboarding (CIB, good condition) to my games collection Tongue I payed about $7-8 for it and shipping is about $5 so in total I payed $12-13 for it. A real bargain I think since the rarity guide I use rates it a game worth $35 when it's CIB.
The box has a few "beauty marks" but nothing to big.

Here's a link to the one I bought:
http://www.tradera.com/1080-snowboarding-komplett-pal-a...


i loved 1080 on the N64

We played this game a LOT back in the day.
Especially the trick courses and half pipe and then make a lot of 1080"s Smile

The SNES was more fun though then the N64 in my opinion.

The controllers of the N64 where very bad.
The sticks must be replaced every 2 months of good use.

Nice you got a little collection going its a nice hobby to collect retro consoles and games.

Good luck finding those mint exclusive games Thumbs Up

     
  29-Jul-12, 14:11   #6
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Jibberish 

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i have no idea what CIB means but i got like 3 N64's at my house, i still frequently play them because im to cheap to buy a PS3 haha

     
  29-Jul-12, 14:44   #7
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remco2504 
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Posted by Jibberish:
i have no idea what CIB means but i got like 3 N64's at my house, i still frequently play them because im to cheap to buy a PS3 haha


Why not buy a Gamecube,Xbox or PS2 .. they are very cheap now everyone wants to get rid of them so they offer them cheap.
Then you have much more fun then with the ancient N64.

     
  29-Jul-12, 17:20   #8
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Jibberish 

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N64 is pretty cool though i still enjoy it to this day, but i spend most of my time online rather then playing games anywho so it at least cant get boring for long

     
  29-Jul-12, 17:29   #9
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TheMachineQC 

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We still play 4 players Mario Kart Battles in Block fort sometimes Big Smile Oh and I'm a beast at Mortal Kombat 4!

Awesome console when it came out, I definetly prefered it to PS1. No loadings, fast games, better graphics ect. Smile

What's the point of collecting this? You plan on selling it in 15 years?

     
  29-Jul-12, 18:46   #10
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Greenmohave 

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Wow! When that came out I remember calling into work due to being up all night playing Super Mario with my wife. I wouls like to hear the old music to some of those games. I don't even play any games nowadays and at that time I thought I couldn't stop playing. The games that are out today are so much more detailed and a lot of violence.

     
  29-Jul-12, 20:01   #11
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erru9107 
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Jibberish: CIB means Complete In Box and that means the cardboard box (pretty much the case), the inner box, the cartridge (game) and the instructions manual. Also, would you mind posting some pictures of your small "collection"? Big Smile

TheMachineQC: I'm not gonna sell it ever! It's very sentimental to me. I had a little bit of a rough childhood so I spent a lot of time either exercising, driving motocross (went to a lot of races) and the rest of the time I spent playing the N64 and that added up to a LOT of hours every week. So long story short, I have no intention of ever selling it no matter how much it's worth.

     
  29-Jul-12, 20:48   #12
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MicroMachina 

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I have a plethora and i mean plethora of NES to U64 Games. (it used to be called the Ultra 64). I focused mainly on RPG's by Squaresoft and Strategy games by KOEI like Nobunaga's Ambition or the Romance of the three kingdoms series. Ive every US released Final Fantasy Game and almost all of the Squaresoft games for the 64.

Chrono Trigger was epic but my fav 64 game for replayability had to be Ken Griffey Baseball. Id still play that game. Ill look thru my games and make a list of ones i dont want and ur more then welcome to them if you'd like to pay shipping. Boxes, maps and even the nintendo subscriptions sheet included.

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Posted by MicroMachina:
I have a plethora and i mean plethora of NES to U64 Games. (it used to be called the Ultra 64). I focused mainly on RPG's by Squaresoft and Strategy games by KOEI like Nobunaga's Ambition or the Romance of the three kingdoms series. Ive every US released Final Fantasy Game and almost all of the Squaresoft games for the 64.

Chrono Trigger was epic but my fav 64 game for replayability had to be Ken Griffey Baseball. Id still play that game. Ill look thru my games and make a list of ones i dont want and ur more then welcome to them if you'd like to pay shipping. Boxes, maps and even the nintendo subscriptions sheet included.


err, i confused Snes with some 64 titles...

     
  29-Jul-12, 22:36   #13
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erru9107 
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MicroMachina: Why don't you upload some pictures of your N64 games? That would be awesome!

     
  29-Jul-12, 23:04   #14
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jessthehuman 

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Posted by remco2504:
Posted by erru9107:
I'll get some pictures up in a few days then, I'm currently not at home but in a week or so, you'll get a small dose of nostalgia Blink

Btw, I JUST added 1080 Snowboarding (CIB, good condition) to my games collection Tongue I payed about $7-8 for it and shipping is about $5 so in total I payed $12-13 for it. A real bargain I think since the rarity guide I use rates it a game worth $35 when it's CIB.
The box has a few "beauty marks" but nothing to big.

Here's a link to the one I bought:
http://www.tradera.com/1080-snowboarding-komplett-pal-a...


i loved 1080 on the N64

We played this game a LOT back in the day.
Especially the trick courses and half pipe and then make a lot of 1080"s Smile

The SNES was more fun though then the N64 in my opinion.

The controllers of the N64 where very bad.
The sticks must be replaced every 2 months of good use.

Nice you got a little collection going its a nice hobby to collect retro consoles and games.

Good luck finding those mint exclusive games Thumbs Up


Yeah - mostly agree with you; I loved the SNES and definitely spent more time playing that than any other console.

N64 was actually the last console I ever owned - only ever played games on PC after that..

I did spend a bit of time playing the pre-SNES stuff too: Atari, NES, master-system, etc.

1080 was a pretty awesome game and of course GoldenEye absolutely destroyed anything else out there on console in that genre at the time.



I don't collect anything like that - although my brother has kept all his Nintendo gear - he has everything from a NES collection, through to SNES, N64, gamecube and wii - of course plenty of games and peripherals for each - including the old NES light-gun + duck hunt Big Smile

     
  29-Jul-12, 23:18   #15
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Jibberish 

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goldeneye and perfect dark were my favorite games Evil

     
  30-Jul-12, 09:56   #16
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erru9107 
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Those games are great but according to me, NOTHING even to this day beats The Legend Of Zelda - Ocarina Of Time. It's a great game and it's so full of things to do. It's not like most other games where you go along your story line and just keeps doing quest after quest. In Zelda, you have a bunch of side quests that are both fun and challenging. I mean, trying to find all of the Gold Skulltulas could be a whole game in itself.

On top of that you have all of those other minigames like the ones in Hyrule Market where you have to use your bombachu to put it into a hole in the wall and make it fall down. In my opinion, if Nintendo wanted to and put some effort into it, they could have just as well made that a game in itself.

And also, the whole story of the game is so well thought through. I don't know any game today (except maybe Fable) where they have put that much thought into the story and made it a really interesting one!

Oh well, as you guys may understand, I could just go on and on about how great this game is but I'm gonna stop right here before I crash the BRM database with to much text Tongue

     
  30-Jul-12, 10:05   #17
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jessthehuman 

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Posted by Jibberish:
goldeneye and perfect dark were my favorite games Evil


mm.. I'd given away my n64 by the time Perfect Dark came out.. But I put a LOT of hours into Goldeneye..

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Posted by erru9107:
The Legend Of Zelda - Ocarina Of Time


Yeah - that was a good one, I still remember collecting all 100 of those spider things and my mate who had the game too collected them all but he used a game guide to do it and it really pissed me off Angry

     
  30-Jul-12, 10:32   #18
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simon6 
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u r all sick sick gits, the best oldie console must be the first sega console along with the first sonic game now thats what I call class class and more class, how can that be beat no way.

     
  30-Jul-12, 10:45   #19
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remco2504 
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Yeah Goldeneye i have nice memories of that 2.

We almost always played 4 way split-screen and then go for most kills.
Played that game with friends when i was young so much.
Every night and weekend ...first buy something to smoke and drink and then play !

aaahhhh the good old days
Big Smile

N64 games you need in your collection are for me (all with inlay,box and instruction booklet off course)

All the Mario games ( Mario 64,Paper Mario,Mario Party,Mario Kart,Mario Golf,Mario Tennis,Mario Super Smash Bros)
Yoshi Story
Donkey Kong 64
Banjo Kazooie
Banjo Tooie
1080 Snowboarding
Goldeneye
Perfect Dark
Zelda Ocarina of Time
Bomberman
F-zero
Killer Instinct
Zelda
Mortal Kombat
Mortal Kombat Trilogy

Of course there are more but these are nice to have and most fun to play

I bought and sold games for a few years and litterly had 1000's of games and consoles and everything that goes with that

I especially bought retro like NES,SNES,N64,Dreamcast,Saturn,Megadrive etc
But also Gamecube,PS2,Xbox etc
Everything i could get my hands on.

My best hit ever was a pack of NES stuff i bought for about 120 euro's with a NES complete in box with 30 games mostly all in box and 1 of them was Rodland MINT !!
I sold that game for 400 euro online.

But when the Wii,PS3 and Xbox 360 came the trade didnt go so well anymore
So at that time i sold most and stopped.

But i still get a warm feeling talking about this

Smile

Edited by remco2504 (Monday, July 30, 2012 @ 10:50 GMT)


     
  30-Jul-12, 11:54   #20
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jessthehuman 

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Posted by simon6:
u r all sick sick gits, the best oldie console must be the first sega console along with the first sonic game now thats what I call class class and more class, how can that be beat no way.



Hah ! Sega can suck a d**k.. Although the Master System II was pretty good with built in Alex Kidd.

     
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