My goal to collect a full NTSC library!!

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S2k9k
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My goal to collect a full NTSC library!!

Post#1 » Tue Jan 05, 2021 4:11 pm

Hi all. New here. I been collecting for years on all consoles. This year I have set a goal to finish finally my Wii U collection and start the quest to find all Dreamcast NTSC games. I’ll try to update as much as possible as I find games. If you guys know anyone selling bundles let me know :mrgreen:

New Years Eve: I get a call from a guy who I messaged 2 weeks prior about a Brand New Mario Maker Wii U system and CIB Dreamcast system. He tells me he is ready to sell them and if I’d be interested in a pile of games for the Dreamcast too. Says he wants $50 more. Turns out he had 18 games for the system and some accessories!!! I end up buying everything for $350.

The very next day I go to my local store and trade in a bunch of Wii games in to trade towards some heavy/mid tier games. This is when I decide to take on the task of going with a complete library! Can’t wait to see where this goes!
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dark
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Re: My goal to collect a full NTSC library!!

Post#2 » Tue Jan 05, 2021 8:51 pm

Wow that's a great start to a DC collection. Going by ebay prices, there's a few games in there, which by themselves, regularly go for $50 and up.

I'm just getting interested in the Wii U myself, neat underappreciated console.

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Post#3 » Tue Jan 05, 2021 9:02 pm

Dreamcast is trash! The real gem here is that Double Dare LCD handheld! :roll:

But in all seriousness, great score! Some amazing games and accessories there! Are you into online gaming at all? If so you might want to look into the DreamPi since it is a device that converts your modern broadband connection into signals the dial up modem on the console can understand. Also over 20 online games have been resurrected that were previously dead for over a decade and a half. So there are a ton of fun games to play online on the console 20 years later.
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Post#4 » Wed Jan 06, 2021 2:51 pm

dark wrote:Wow that's a great start to a DC collection. Going by ebay prices, there's a few games in there, which by themselves, regularly go for $50 and up.

I'm just getting interested in the Wii U myself, neat underappreciated console.


Yea he gave me a really solid deal and was just happy to have it go to someone who will enjoy it and play it.

Very underappreciated console and not a big library too but sadly most of the games can be played on the nintendo switch too so i dont see it maybe ever having expensive titles

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Post#5 » Wed Jan 06, 2021 3:07 pm

Anthony817 wrote:Dreamcast is trash! The real gem here is that Double Dare LCD handheld! :roll:

But in all seriousness, great score! Some amazing games and accessories there! Are you into online gaming at all? If so you might want to look into the DreamPi since it is a device that converts your modern broadband connection into signals the dial up modem on the console can understand. Also over 20 online games have been resurrected that were previously dead for over a decade and a half. So there are a ton of fun games to play online on the console 20 years later.


Lol i bought that at my local swapmeet with a few other tiger electronic games.

I never played online when i was younger on this system so ill have to check this out. I would love to experience this console as if it was 99 with online play so i will for sure check this out!

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Re: My goal to collect a full NTSC library!!

Post#6 » Wed Feb 17, 2021 12:28 am

My recommendation is to by the RPGs now, they are only going to get more expensive.

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