There is no such thing as a Stupid Question! All questions are welcome - except clear trolls, please don't be that guy. A couple months ago someone made a topic regarding the shrink wrapping, and a quick search of eBay will show you just how easy it is to find used industrial grade shrink wrappers eBay being just one possible source for purchasing such equipment. Protectors must be unfolded and unused. If your case arrives and for any reason you are not satisfied, simply let us know and return it for a full refund less original shipping charges. They were tangible things that you could connect with, something real that joined you the story you were about to participate in. Because all I have is the physical disc.
These were well written, sometimes very funny and always sparked the imagination. Then just head over to the Coverproject to get the insert. This is a reason why I actually hope video games don't become a big collectible market even though it has already happened. With modern games, I do also lament the loss of manuals but on the other hand, the opening tutorial levels are usually so well done that you never need to reference a manual anyway. Buyer is responsible for the return shipping.
Page I am the original first generation. I told him that I had just bought two brand new games and they both came with manuals. Please read our before using CheapAssGamer. Now games emulate cinema, over explaining every tiny plot point in cutscenes. All you need to do is find the correct cardboard stock and you can make a box that will fool the vast majority of people. I mean, repro guys have been including extras like that for, well, extra.
I've pieced many of mine together like this. Returns will be accepted within 14 days of delivery of the item. Check out the page for more info - violations of any of those of clauses may result in a ban without warning. It already happened in the trading card market back in the '90s which caused that collectible market to crash. Back in the day there! The exception of course are the game publishers who seem content with selling us fresh air in the form of digital download versions of games, saving a mountain of cash in the meantime for not having to print a manual in their 'real' games. My question is is there a place I can buy the boxes and manuals for these games? That is one reason why I see the classic game market either making a significant correction, or outright crashing in the not too distant future -- because, to me, it is extremely easy to make fakes of everything that's needed to make a complete package. Granted, he was a jerk of a store clerk, but the idea that games wouldn't come with manuals in the future disturbed me as a long-time gamer.
Age has a way of creeping up on you, and when consoles that you know to be cutting edge and a technological light year from your favourite game system are considered 'retro', you start to get the feeling that its no longer 1985 and things have moved on. Interesting, I didn't mean to do it in a rip off sense more that if my originals were in great enough condition I would just put them in plastic boxes or something to stop any damage, I assume the game itself has the value rather than the box which is just cardboard, I wouldn't for example back when Pokemon was popular printed off loads of Charizard cards and claimed they were originals since the value there is in the actual card being an original. I have a few 360 games that I picked up cheap at yardsales that needed cover art, and this worked fine for me. You are welcome to ask good faith questions about such topics but be aware such threads may be locked or removed if necessary to preserve the integrity of the subreddit. They may not like it but they would rather have the 100's of bucks over time of rentals than you paying the 39.
Could the winning bidder please pay within 3 days, thank you. I found the game and it was re-sealed in a bag. One do you think its kinda ethical Wha. It points to the fact that most modern games are far to easy and no longer need a manual - all thanks to the hand holding gameplay pedantically congratulating you with trophies and achievements as you take baby steps in. So not only content with depriving us collectors of instruction books, but also content on killing the Dreamcast and now trying it on with the Wii U. I have some rare games that the boxes are a bit bashed especially snes games some only minor like I have a minor crease on my Terranigma manual I want to make them new as possible mostly for collection purposes will keep the rougher boxes still but further in the future it would be good to get more for a game in pristine condition as the inside of my games are like perfect i. Super Smash Bros was ruined a little for me with the announcements over twitter and facebook again and again of the 'hidden' characters, people constantly drop spoilers and of course if you are really stuck you stroll off to gamefaqs or youtube for the solution, all nicely handed on a silver plate.
Or an external site like NintendoAge, eBay, Amazon, etc. It offers a few hints but that's it. All you need to do is find the correct cardboard stock and you can make a box that will fool the vast majority of people. Because all I have is the physical disc. I miss opening games and looking through the manuals. He countered that the last five games he bought didn't come with manuals.
Recently I lost some games from Blockbuster and ended up having to pay for them but a month later I found them and Blockbuster said that since it's been over a month they couldn't take them back so I'm stuck with them. Firstly it's money, no one is stupid enough to think otherwise, but the second is a bit more scary. If this was a push to save the planet there are a lot better ways to do it than deprive me of my 10 page printed manual! Raise a Rukus and you proly can get your way enless you run into that guys wife. If you require a different Game Boy Cover See my other listing £3. I remember moaning about more and more manuals having no colour in them and now here we are with most games coming without one altogether. That little paperback tome held the wisdom to make, or break the experience.
I will never buy a pre-owned game if it is incomplete so the manual is a really important part to me. That was easy, just get some glossy photo paper, refill the colour ink and print it out. And publishers commission Piggyback or Prima to write a 'guidebook' with the stuff that would be in a manual. On sunny days you could find me outside, but only if my longboard is with me. We are the leader in game cases and are very proud to have the largest selection and growing daily! Having the manual in one hand while holding the controller in the other really is something I miss. Each gaming system utilizes a system-specific design and spine, so there will be no more guessing what title is in your case. That is one reason why I see the classic game market either making a significant correction, or outright crashing in the not too distant future -- because, to me, it is extremely easy to make fakes of everything that's needed to make a complete package.