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Re: Luke's Room

by h8b1llg8ts Mon Jun 15, 2009 5:06 pm

OT - William was my idol growing up. Johnny, Greg, and Jack were my top three.

Also, they shot the arcade scene down the street from my old house. That place is still open. It's a Golf 'N Stuff in Norwalk/Downey, CA.
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Re: Luke's Room

by bigllama99 Mon Jun 15, 2009 5:32 pm

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Re: Luke's Room

by Luke Tue Jun 16, 2009 9:41 pm

Ack wrote: Is there any reason why you have a few more sitting on the shelf below the Atari 2600? Is that space specifically for hockey games? I figured I'd ask.


I hope the admin/mod is cool with this, but copying multiple quotes can take a while. So, in the meantime:

Ack:
Thanks duders. I'm actually doing a 20 year retrospective on Hockey games, that's why the games are on that shelf. I only own 14 hockey games from 1981-2001 but am borrowing a few, so I think it will suffice for the review. Sucks I can't use the APFTVFUN hockey game in the review.
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Re: Luke's Room

by Luke Tue Jun 16, 2009 9:47 pm

J T wrote:Wow, I've never known anyone who owned a U-Force before. Doesn't that thing work terribly?

Great NES collection. There are a lot of games in there I had forgotten about and haven't seen since the 80s, like 3-D Worldrunner, Shadow of the Ninja, and Totally Rad.

JT,
The U-Force is awesome, and is actually quite responsive. Funny thing is that my brother-in-law's girlfriend found it brand friggin new in her parent's garage. Gave it to me for free, worth $150+ on ebay. I ripped into the sucker immediately and played Punch-Out!! It was worth it.
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Re: Luke's Room

by Luke Tue Jun 16, 2009 9:56 pm

bigllama99 wrote:awesome... switch the bruins poster...


It's actually a Ray Bourque framed sweater. I also have a nice Domi sweater that I think you would love.
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Re: Luke's Room

by bigllama99 Thu Jun 18, 2009 12:01 am

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Re: Luke's Room

by Chrono Sun Jun 21, 2009 4:41 pm

h8b1llg8ts wrote:Nice Box collection for the 2600.

Did you "sweep the leg" to get it ... ha, I kill myself sometimes.


Again, I laughed like a little girl

Luke, i'm a big fan of your avatar, and your room, especially the mario bros box, wouldn't mind getting me one of those
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Re: Luke's Room

by Niode Sat Jul 04, 2009 2:49 pm

It looks like you have quite a few 5 screw NES games in that collection, you should find out how much they are worth. From what I've heard they're worth quite a lot more than their 3 screw alternatives.
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Re: Luke's Room

by invincibleservant Sun Jul 05, 2009 5:18 pm

Love the organization skills!
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Re: Luke's Room

by elvis Sun Jul 05, 2009 6:43 pm

Good to see Sega Master System games in someone's collection. Not enough of those around here! :)
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