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#21
Re: Do you think a copy of Dragon Hopper is in private hands?
Posted on: 2011/10/10 10:02
VUE(xpert)
Joined 2011/4/8
Great Britain
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Long Time User (8 Years)
If you let us know exactly what it is, then I can make you a serious offer. That means an image ideally to back it up.

What I would suggest is best, is if you rally a fund together to replace the money you paid for the cart - then have it dumped. The physical example will still hold value and the community can take a look at the code too that way.

Would that kind of thing go down well with you? If I was able to buy it, it's the first route I'd take anyway.
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#22
Re: Do you think a copy of Dragon Hopper is in private hands?
Posted on: 2011/10/10 15:57
VUE(xpert)
Joined 2010/7/20
USA
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I believe someone has Dragon Hopper...

...unfortunately that is not me

It seems like VirtualJockey hints at it though! *runs away*
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#23
Re: Do you think a copy of Dragon Hopper is in private hands?
Posted on: 2011/10/10 15:59
VUE(xpert)
Joined 2008/11/4
Netherlands
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Quote:

akumie wrote:
Still no one who needs Mario demo?
I dont talk much about it because I dont like 100 messages about it

starting price is 100 euro


i bid your starting price 100 euro :)
Iff you really goining to sell the lets discus this by pm
I'm a serieus buyer iff you looking to sell ( item will get in my private collection off virtual boy )
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#24
Re: Do you think a copy of Dragon Hopper is in private hands?
Posted on: 2011/10/10 17:18
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Joined 2011/9/1
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a mario demo? you mean mario tennis demo? mario clash demo? or mario for VB demo???????
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#25
Re: Do you think a copy of Dragon Hopper is in private hands?
Posted on: 2011/10/10 17:20
VUE(xpert)
Joined 2011/4/8
Great Britain
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Long Time User (8 Years)
I think it's best to keep the discussion central to this thread. I'd easily bid 200 Euros if it was a genuine cart and the real deal. I'd also like to discuss what I can/can't do with it after that and the best place to do that is right here, surely.

If your cart is a proto/alpha for VB Mario Land / Mario Clash, then it's something the community hasn't seen yet as working code. I'd be upset if you're really willing to sell and it disappears into the hands of another collector for the next 15 years.

I understand some people don't want to dump carts as then the money it took them to spend in securing that cart is seemingly lost. That's why I suggested best course of action for the small communtiy of VB fans is to chip in a set amount together and donate that to you in return for dumping the cart code.

The cart itself could then be kept by you or sold, but you'd have peace of mind taht you wouldn't lose out financially.

I think what everyone is interested in here is the code contents of the cart, what it plays like or even if it's playable code AT ALL. I'll be honest and say that I think it's very unfair for someone to try and pry discussion away from here and as such I've decided to bid 200 Euros just to keep the discussion on here.

What does everyone else think? Perhaps I'm overreacting but I've seen similar stuations on Assembler and NintendoAge, as well as all over DigitPress, sadly.

Collecting shouldn't be selfish in my opinion, which is why I share the protos I have and have plans to share future protos I get exclsuive access to.
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#26
Re: Do you think a copy of Dragon Hopper is in private hands?
Posted on: 2011/10/10 18:05
VUE(xpert)
Joined 2008/11/4
Netherlands
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ContributorLong Time User (10 Years) 20+ Game Ratings
L_E_T

Are you afraid that i'm willing to buy this game and put it in my collection ( and not sharing it ) .
Iff thats true i dont like that you say tis : Collecting shouldn't be selfish in my opinion
Beacouse i'm not selfish and always share evrything!

I'm not willing to discus on here whit out PROVE off he having it.
And then still when there is prove and he is willing to sell then still i will not discus prices over here but i can pay allot for it ( but nobody needs to know how much).Quote:

L___E___T wrote:
I think it's best to keep the discussion central to this thread. I'd easily bid 200 Euros if it was a genuine cart and the real deal. I'd also like to discuss what I can/can't do with it after that and the best place to do that is right here, surely.

If your cart is a proto/alpha for VB Mario Land / Mario Clash, then it's something the community hasn't seen yet as working code. I'd be upset if you're really willing to sell and it disappears into the hands of another collector for the next 15 years.

I understand some people don't want to dump carts as then the money it took them to spend in securing that cart is seemingly lost. That's why I suggested best course of action for the small communtiy of VB fans is to chip in a set amount together and donate that to you in return for dumping the cart code.

The cart itself could then be kept by you or sold, but you'd have peace of mind taht you wouldn't lose out financially.

I think what everyone is interested in here is the code contents of the cart, what it plays like or even if it's playable code AT ALL. I'll be honest and say that I think it's very unfair for someone to try and pry discussion away from here and as such I've decided to bid 200 Euros just to keep the discussion on here.

What does everyone else think? Perhaps I'm overreacting but I've seen similar stuations on Assembler and NintendoAge, as well as all over DigitPress, sadly.

Collecting shouldn't be selfish in my opinion, which is why I share the protos I have and have plans to share future protos I get exclsuive access to.
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#27
Re: Do you think a copy of Dragon Hopper is in private hands?
Posted on: 2011/10/10 18:08
VUE(xpert)
Joined 2011/4/8
Great Britain
417 Posts
Long Time User (8 Years)
I didn't mean anything personal or directly antagonistic, just thought I'd mention the point of keeping things in the open ideally.

- Akumie, could you do us a favour and clarify a little please. We're all quite excited if what you say is true.
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#28
Re: Do you think a copy of Dragon Hopper is in private hands?
Posted on: 2011/10/10 18:22
VUE(xpert)
Joined 2009/8/2
USA
256 Posts
Contributor10+ Game RatingsLong Time User (10 Years)
Akumie needs to upload some pics, or atleast clarify what Mario demo it is everyones really curious (I'm not interested in buying the game, but still really want to know which demo it is.) I think this Mario demo needs to be sold here on the site and not anywhere else, because if it goes on ebay some dirty scum reseller will buy it and just try and make a killing especially if it's VB Mario Land. Who knows maybe everything will work out and a ROM of the game will get relesed in the end.





Quote:

L___E___T wrote:
I think it's best to keep the discussion central to this thread. I'd easily bid 200 Euros if it was a genuine cart and the real deal. I'd also like to discuss what I can/can't do with it after that and the best place to do that is right here, surely.

If your cart is a proto/alpha for VB Mario Land / Mario Clash, then it's something the community hasn't seen yet as working code. I'd be upset if you're really willing to sell and it disappears into the hands of another collector for the next 15 years.

I understand some people don't want to dump carts as then the money it took them to spend in securing that cart is seemingly lost. That's why I suggested best course of action for the small communtiy of VB fans is to chip in a set amount together and donate that to you in return for dumping the cart code.

The cart itself could then be kept by you or sold, but you'd have peace of mind taht you wouldn't lose out financially.

I think what everyone is interested in here is the code contents of the cart, what it plays like or even if it's playable code AT ALL. I'll be honest and say that I think it's very unfair for someone to try and pry discussion away from here and as such I've decided to bid 200 Euros just to keep the discussion on here.

What does everyone else think? Perhaps I'm overreacting but I've seen similar stuations on Assembler and NintendoAge, as well as all over DigitPress, sadly.

Collecting shouldn't be selfish in my opinion, which is why I share the protos I have and have plans to share future protos I get exclsuive access to.
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#29
Re: Do you think a copy of Dragon Hopper is in private hands?
Posted on: 2011/10/10 18:46
Nintendoid!
Joined 2007/8/8
Great Britain
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Akumie doesn't have the Mario demo. See this post.
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#30
Re: Do you think a copy of Dragon Hopper is in private hands?
Posted on: 2011/10/10 18:58
VUE(xpert)
Joined 2008/11/4
Netherlands
395 Posts
ContributorLong Time User (10 Years) 20+ Game Ratings
dasi thats also why i ask for showing it that he really own it.
maybe a picture of it and then a paper on the background with his forum name. or somthing diffrent.
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