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#1
Loose
Posted on: 2016/11/26 15:33
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Joined 2016/5/10
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Long Time User (4 Years)
Hello,
I'm looking to buy an "Insmouse No Yakata" game pak, without its box or the manual, I need it loose. I can't seem to find one ANYWHERE. ' Been shopping 'round for nearly a year now and I've only always found this game, complete in box. Cheers!
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#2
Re: Loose
Posted on: 2017/2/20 2:02
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Joined 2017/2/16
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Long Time User (3 Years)
I was actually just about to post a topic about this :P on the same boat you are!
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#3
Re: Loose
Posted on: 2017/2/20 4:15
Virtual Freak
Joined 2017/1/25
USA
69 Posts
Long Time User (3 Years)
Keep checking guys! I saw one on ebay last month, I think it sold for about 54 USD (just the game). I bought a brand new, sealed in box game for about $100 USD. It also seems like the sealed ones go up for sale more often too. So it' not that much more expensive to just get the whole thing, it may be worth it to do that. In my opinion it has the coolest box out of the whole collection, so there's that too!
Edited by Reel Big Fish on 2017/2/20 4:29
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#4
Re: Loose
Posted on: 2017/2/20 11:32
VUE(xpert)
Joined 2008/11/4
Netherlands
396 Posts
ContributorLong Time User (11 Years) 20+ Game Ratings
Do you know that japan virtual boy games never came sealed ?
It still can be a new one but the seal have been done later ( resealing is normall in japan ) almost all stores do that

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Reel Big Fish wrote:
Keep checking guys! I saw one on ebay last month, I think it sold for about 54 USD (just the game). I bought a brand new, sealed in box game for about $100 USD. It also seems like the sealed ones go up for sale more often too. So it' not that much more expensive to just get the whole thing, it may be worth it to do that. In my opinion it has the coolest box out of the whole collection, so there's that too!
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#5
Re: Loose
Posted on: 2017/2/21 10:49
Nintendoid!
Joined 2006/10/2
131 Posts
ContributorLong Time User (13 Years)
The reason it's so difficult to find a loose copy is that Japanese gamers are notorious for taking care of their games. Unlike their US counterparts, they'll rarely toss the box and manual, and even well-used games will look like new. So you're much more likely to find a complete set, rather than a loose cart.
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Re: Loose
Posted on: 2017/2/21 20:25
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Joined 2011/4/27
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pinmagic wrote:
The reason it's so difficult to find a loose copy is that Japanese gamers are notorious for taking care of their games.


Heh... those darn Japanese gamers...
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#7
Re: Loose
Posted on: 2017/2/23 11:32
Virtual Freak
Joined 2017/1/25
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Quote:

mawa wrote:
Do you know that japan virtual boy games never came sealed ?
It still can be a new one but the seal have been done later ( resealing is normall in japan ) almost all stores do that


Yes I'm aware. I was referring to the plastic around the cartridge inside the box
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