Well, that's interesting. I am sure the amount of points you need to get one is far more than finding one on your own on Gavel or eBay though.
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You can be sure of that, how much determines if the reaction is going to be a titter or rolling teary eyed hysteria.
What good is a Power Glove without the sensors? (I know this begs the question of what good is a Power Glove, period.) And, although I don't care for RPG's, only in this magical Lamestop world does Dragon Warrior cost less than Super Mario Bros. I'll be sad when new systems don't let you buy used games, but the end of Gamestop can't come soon enough.
I guess the power glove you can just....wear in public?
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Umm.. So doing the math.. You would have to spend 2100 dollars on used games, or over 4000 dollars on new games to get enough points to get a used loose copy of Super Mario brothers for the NES..
10 points for every dollar spent on new games, 20 for every dollar spent on used games. Copy of SMB is 43k points..
LMAO.. What a joke..