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Posted on Jul 21st 2011 at 01:00:00 PM by (NES_Rules)
Posted under Treasure Hunt Chronicles, Collecting, Trophies, Treasure, Deals, Finds

Good news everyone! The drought is over, and even though it wasn't broken by a monsoon of deals, its still a break, and for that, I'm happy. The deals I got this past week were a little above "average" for me, but compared to what its been like for the past 4 weeks, it feels like some amazing deals.

And not only is that great news, but my GameGavel auctions are doing better than ever, despite all of last week's auctions being relists. The Genesis lot that didn't sell for $10, is now bid up to $20 for example, which is still a great deal IMO. Be sure to check out that auction and the others right HERE

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That Donkey Kong plush is awesome! It looks like it's in pretty amazing condition too. Great find.
Scooby-Doo Classic Creep Capers is one of the biggest hidden gems on GBC, man. Do you like Maniac Mansion???
Hey! My father in law is from Youngstown!
...he moved away almost 30 years ago though, and I'm sure he'd say the same as you if he still lived there.

Nice find on the plush, and as noise mentioned, the Scooby-Doo GBC game is awesome.
Awesome score on Beast Wars!  I've been looking for that one for a while.
That Donkey King is awesome!
@e4g: It was a little dirty on the face and hands, but other than that its in near perfect condition, no rips or tears at all. The tag is somewhat faded, but still readable.

@noiseredux: I'll have to check it out. I do remember you doing a write up about it a while back now that you mention it.

@Shadow Kisuragi: Let me guess, he left when the steel mills closed? He hasn't missed much over the years, the city went straight down the toilet, and has only recently started to improve a tiny bit.
I live close to Youngstown I dont venture there that much either.
No clue exactly when he left, but they came to Florida for better weather. At least it was worth the venture there.
I can't believe the previous owner of that console subjected themselves to the punishment of Superman 64.

Not even being high on meth is a valid excuse for playing that game.
I play horrible games for the sheer enjoyment of the experience, and I'm not on any drugs. I just find it hilarious, and it gives me a better appreciation for great games Grin

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