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Kevman
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Re: Protecting N64/SNES/NES boxes

by Kevman Mon Sep 15, 2008 7:01 pm

Drakon wrote:well, here's one thing I found

http://cgi.ebay.com/10-PCS-SUPER-FAMICO ... dZViewItem

great if you collect super famicom games. I got one with my complete copy of super metroid sfc. Works great, very strongly built. Protects the box well without obstructing you from being able to look at it. A little pricey for me though so I just used this solution for now

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yay for glass cabinets that people throw out.


Ah nice to see a person who shows interest in Japanese games. Looks like you have Star Fox, Super Mario World, Super Metroid, Zelda LttP, Secret of Mana 2, Final Fantasy 5-6, Chrono Trigger and Street Fighter 2. Oh and an AV Famicom! Your collection is very nice!
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Re: Protecting N64/SNES/NES boxes

by ott0bot Mon Sep 15, 2008 7:43 pm

Kevman wrote:
Drakon wrote:well, here's one thing I found

http://cgi.ebay.com/10-PCS-SUPER-FAMICO ... dZViewItem

great if you collect super famicom games. I got one with my complete copy of super metroid sfc. Works great, very strongly built. Protects the box well without obstructing you from being able to look at it. A little pricey for me though so I just used this solution for now

Image

yay for glass cabinets that people throw out.


Ah nice to see a person who shows interest in Japanese games. Looks like you have Star Fox, Super Mario World, Super Metroid, Zelda LttP, Secret of Mana 2, Final Fantasy 5-6, Chrono Trigger and Street Fighter 2. Oh and an AV Famicom! Your collection is very nice!


Besides the games I love the fact that the bottom of the cabinet is used for deodorant and toothpaste. Who says gamers are greasy and un-hygenic. This guy can clean up with he levels up! :mrgreen:
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