What have you recently purchased?

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Re: What have you recently purchased?

Post by Status Cruo » Oct 12th, 2013, 04:36

I could go on forever on the countless, unjustifiable atrocities committed by socialism, Babylonian talmudism, jihad, etc all against Christians throughout the centuries, but guess what, that's not something I recently purchased.

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Re: What have you recently purchased?

Post by Krypto » Oct 12th, 2013, 12:03

MenGentle this is the wrong thread for crazy hour D:

Also I'm tired of all my serious rants, let's put an axe in it.

BoN, I was just going to install Blood Shareware and upload a playthrough to YT sheesh >_>

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Re: What have you recently purchased?

Post by Krypto » Oct 17th, 2013, 19:52

I rented this when I was young in the mid 90's when my father took me to Blockbuster Videos and we thought it'd be a laugh to try this remarkable rendition of a classic converted to a 16 bit cartridge! Sad to say I sucked horribly at it, the framerate is sluggish and although it's authentically reconstructed save for missing around 5 levels, you can only play Inferno on Ultra-Violence which ticked me off back then.

Fast forward nearly 20 years later and I found it on Ebay fully boxed for £30 and thought, were gonna rip and tear this sucker a new one!

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I also found my apparently lost Gamecube the other night in the shed, what makes this further exciting is I never knew their was a Megaman X Collection released for it, the first 6 X Games jam packed into one collection with customizable controls and extra features woah!

http://www.mobygames.com/game/mega-man-x-collection

I also never played the Metroid Prime sequel or Starfox Adventures being exhausted after finishing the former.

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Re: What have you recently purchased?

Post by Umnir » Oct 29th, 2013, 13:28

Fuckshit. Can this be the last buy for while?

The above one:
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In sheaths:
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Few days after taking the picture, I narrowed the edge a bit and gave it semi-polish. Cuts like razor now (and it cut my finger too). Can't wait to take it out and test it!

Also I bought winter jacket from Carhartt and beefier wallet from Maxpedition for winter.

To buy list: bit more versatile/tactical backback, big knife (chopper) and winter shoes.. and god knows what after that!
LOL HI!

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Re: What have you recently purchased?

Post by Dimebog » Nov 11th, 2013, 22:29

Those vaginas are sexy.
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Re: What have you recently purchased?

Post by Umnir » Nov 12th, 2013, 19:26

Tactical vaginas
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Re: What have you recently purchased?

Post by Krypto » Dec 18th, 2013, 12:40

SUCCESSORS TO INTERNET TRANSACTIONS!

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I love these dark ambient tracks for the few FPS conversions that were released around the mid 90's for the N64 and PSX. Personally I'm more inclined to this then the generic PC rock that Sonic Mayhem crafted, this adds a sense of dread and haunt to the whole endeavour.

http://aubreyhodges.bandcamp.com/album/ ... soundtrack

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Re: What have you recently purchased?

Post by Krypto » Jan 2nd, 2014, 14:20

I had the utmost pleasure of finding this extremely precious item on an Ebay Auction from a Japanese seller with the lunacy of a Buy it Now Option for only £50! Considering it's also the Jap Version meaning it's uncensored, their was no excuse not to grab it being a once in a blue moon offer.

Those familiar with the franchise will know it is the infamous and scorned Castlevania Dracula X conversion for the SNES, being an entirely new game rather then a conversion of the brilliant Rondo of Blood which was only released in Japan for the obscure PC Engine console. However despite feeling deliberately rushed given how linear and simple the level design is, it still has great playability due to the inclusion of alternative stages and the high tier difficulty level, since considering their isn't any delay time between getting hit you can't afford to make many mistakes.

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Re: What have you recently purchased?

Post by ryu91 » Mar 12th, 2014, 15:13

Hey guys, hope you don't mind me bumping this.

Anyway I haven't expected to find myself going on eBay again and buying a Retro PC and so many games for it. Found some decent deals for several games (three of which I got in the big boxes). And without any further delay

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X-Wing Collector's CD-Rom, big box and Strategy Guide. Great game, but not as great as it's sequel... speaking of which

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TIE Fighter Collector's CD-Rom Big Box and Strategy Guide. I used to have the game on floppies with the big box, but that's long gone.

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Since I have a Wii U, I needed to pick these up again. As a huge Resident Evil fan, these games were a must have.

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And a couple more Star Wars games, I still have these two for the N64, however I did want to get these for PC for quite some time.

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And last but not least, my favorite Build Engine games. Still waiting for my Expansion Packs for Blood, but it's no rush

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Re: What have you recently purchased?

Post by Krypto » Mar 3rd, 2015, 01:17

Hallowean, Hanukkah and the annual cult ritual came early this year with a fresh helping of Duke Kill a Ton Collection, Plasma Pak (Jewel Case only) and fully sealed copies of Cryptic Passage and One Unit Whole Blood (Jewel Case only).

lol at the Plasma Pak spoiler

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Re: What have you recently purchased?

Post by Dimebog » Mar 3rd, 2015, 09:25

Cool. How much was the sealed OUWB jewelcase?
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Re: What have you recently purchased?

Post by Krypto » Mar 3rd, 2015, 11:39

Around £65 in my currency, you can still purchase it here if you desire a copy:

http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/PC-ONE-UNIT-W ... 3cf35cbb9e

Seeing as it's a 'Buy it Now' offer with 7/10 copies having been sold so far, this is a once in a life time opportunity to purchase it still factory sealed given I've never seen OUWB on European Ebay in all these years and especially given their is no auction involved to tear the chances of ownership away.

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Re: What have you recently purchased?

Post by L3GEND » Mar 11th, 2015, 18:46

nice purchases Krypto :-)
I had the cryptic passage also in my watch-list .
I bought this unseen Blood version:
cant find any information about this copy, and its sealed so i cant watch into it.
On the front cover is written in German ; the bloodiest game i have ever seen before.

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Re: What have you recently purchased?

Post by Daedolon » Mar 11th, 2015, 20:49

That looks interesting indeed.

Probably just has the censored version of Blood inside. Should try to find a second copy for checking!
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Re: What have you recently purchased?

Post by L3GEND » Mar 11th, 2015, 23:25

I have seen this version only one time in over ten years collecting.There are no entries in any database, no screenshots, nothing. Maybe I should open it, i dont know ?
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