You've Got Grail! The Valuation Thread

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Re: What's it worth?

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retrojc wrote: looks like I'm being shafted with the current offers I'm getting.
retrojc wrote:guess I'll wait until I'm desperate... like next month.
I don't follow sales so I can't advise on current prices but if you aren't having much luck you could always contact Ronnie as he gets both those cabs in stock. I got my first SC19-4 from him and I was very satisfied with his servive.
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Re: What's it worth?

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lol
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Re: What's it worth?

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Looking for a valuation on a single sit-down Planet Harriers cab; 8/10 condition, fully working. Obviously at some point this was one half of a twin as (I think) they only came as twins.

Thanks in advance. :awe:

Phil.
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consolized mv-1fz (streo-mod, euro bios, rgb-scart) + SS2-cart + PSX controller adapter?

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Jodo wrote:Looking for a valuation on a single sit-down Planet Harriers cab; 8/10 condition, fully working. Obviously at some point this was one half of a twin as (I think) they only came as twins.

Thanks in advance. :awe:

Phil.
Bit of a difficult one, complete twins have sold for £400. Game is a total dud.

However hikaru main board planet harriers pcb goes for £700 in japan.

So really it depends how much you want to pay.
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andygeezer wrote:
Jodo wrote:Looking for a valuation on a single sit-down Planet Harriers cab; 8/10 condition, fully working. Obviously at some point this was one half of a twin as (I think) they only came as twins.

Thanks in advance. :awe:

Phil.
Bit of a difficult one, complete twins have sold for £400. Game is a total dud.

However hikaru main board planet harriers pcb goes for £700 in japan.

So really it depends how much you want to pay.
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Re: What's it worth?

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Hey guys,

Feeling the need for a new retro console so wondering what should I be expecting to pay for any of these...

PC-Engine Duo

Neo Geo AES / CD

Consolized MVS

Not 100% sure what I fancy yet so trying to work out what I should be looking at so I can plan in advance :)

Thanks in advance

Neil
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Re: What's it worth?

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Yo.
Any of you guys give me a ball park figure of what I should ask for my old pc please??

i3 2120
4gb xms3 ram
Corsair 430w psu
Fractal case
Micro mobo asus
60gb ssd
1 tb hdd

£150 sound reasonable??
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Re: What's it worth?

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Soundwave wrote:Hey guys,

Feeling the need for a new retro console so wondering what should I be expecting to pay for any of these...

PC-Engine Duo

Neo Geo AES / CD

Consolized MVS

Not 100% sure what I fancy yet so trying to work out what I should be looking at so I can plan in advance :)

Thanks in advance

Neil
Don't get a neo CD. The loading times are so horrendous.

Aes is good and all, but metal slug and MOTW will cost a fortune. Consolised MVS or MVS 1 slot + supergun gets my vote.
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Re: What's it worth?

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neo cd, the best paper weight there is :lol:
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Apart from the pads the NGCD's a turkey. I couldn't recommend it either. If it's sanely priced NeoGeo stuff you're after definitely go for MVS. It's by far the best option I reckon.

The AES is pretty cool to own console-wise but the cost of the best games have been pushed into the stratosphere by screwball collectors and suchlike. When I had one I only had a very small library of mostly crap games including the usual suspects like 3 Count Bout & Ghost Pilots :palm:
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Re: What's it worth?

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Lol I knew the Neo CD was bad but I didn't realise it was that bad.

Will look into a consolized MVS me thinks.

Supergun idea would be nice but I doubt I'd make the use of it properly & with my daughter getting bigger I think trailing boards & cables would be a recipe for disaster so anything to minimise the problems & keep as neat as possible would be my best bet.

So any links on places to look one up or rough ideas on a price for one?

Ta

Neil
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Re: What's it worth?

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Soundwave wrote:Lol I knew the Neo CD was bad but I didn't realise it was that bad.
:think: I'll still get one eventually. No one's going to stop me. :awe:
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Soundwave wrote:Lol I knew the Neo CD was bad but I didn't realise it was that bad.

Will look into a consolized MVS me thinks.

Supergun idea would be nice but I doubt I'd make the use of it properly & with my daughter getting bigger I think trailing boards & cables would be a recipe for disaster so anything to minimise the problems & keep as neat as possible would be my best bet.

So any links on places to look one up or rough ideas on a price for one?

Ta

Neil
Bad timing (by about 18 months) pang sold one of these: http://www.analogueinteractive.com"

Best of both worlds imo
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Re: What's it worth?

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markedkiller78 wrote:
Soundwave wrote:Lol I knew the Neo CD was bad but I didn't realise it was that bad.

Will look into a consolized MVS me thinks.

Supergun idea would be nice but I doubt I'd make the use of it properly & with my daughter getting bigger I think trailing boards & cables would be a recipe for disaster so anything to minimise the problems & keep as neat as possible would be my best bet.

So any links on places to look one up or rough ideas on a price for one?

Ta

Neil
Bad timing (by about 18 months) pang sold one of these: http://www.analogueinteractive.com"

Best of both worlds imo
Typical lol

Those look lush but by god are you paying for it.

Neil
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Re: What's it worth?

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The Neo CD is fine ... if you enjoy looking at loading screens more than playing games.
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Re: What's it worth?

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TheRedKnight wrote:
Soundwave wrote:Lol I knew the Neo CD was bad but I didn't realise it was that bad.
:think: I'll still get one eventually. No one's going to stop me. :awe:
Haha! You should stop yourself though :awe:

A while back I thought 'ahh, it can't be that bad' and bought an unboxed one from Play-Asia for about £120+ shipped or summink :palm:

Set up, turn on... instant regret :( It was even far more plasticky than I thought it'd be :(
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Re: What's it worth?

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TheRedKnight wrote:
Soundwave wrote:Lol I knew the Neo CD was bad but I didn't realise it was that bad.
:think: I'll still get one eventually. No one's going to stop me. :awe:
Do it, there is nothing more sexy than a frontloading Neo Geo CD :awe:
And you can play gorgeous exclusives like Neo geo Special, ADK World, Quest of Jongmaster and so on :P

No joking, it's really a nice thing to have. Actually I enjoyed Crossed Swords II and Brikinger a lot. And I love the arrange OSTs on the NGCDs. They sound a lot better than the AES/MVS versions.
Imo it's a great system for the older SNK games (no or only a few load sequences) or for the few exclusives.
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Re: What's it worth?

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Nooooooooooooo!!!
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Re: What's it worth?

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I take it fighting games have the most frequent loading breaks. Would it be so bad if you got one and just ruled those out?

I know a Neogeo without fighting games is like a Thai bride without BJs, but still, there are perks.
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