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    Default WTB: NES Powerpak

    Hi all,
    All set on GBA stuff, now looking for a NES Powerpak in good condition. If you've got one you're willing to part with for a reasonable price, PM me.

    Thanks!
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    Default WTB/WTT: GBA Micro and EZIV or M3

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    Default WTB/WTT: GBA Micro and EZIV or M3

    PM sent.

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    Good luck on the EZ Flash IV - I've been looking for awhile and haven't found anything

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    Bump. Traded for a GB Micro, still looking for another flash cart.

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    I don't know much about GBA flash carts but I have a couple Flash2Advance carts with some cables laying around.

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    I have a "Easy Flash 2 GBA Flash Card 256 Mb". It is only the cart and has a couple of games loaded already. I dont know much about this, but if you can find out how to load games on it, I would sell it cheap.

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    Bump. All set on GBA stuff, now looking for a NES Powerpak.

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    Bump, still looking.

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    Default WTB: NES Powerpak

    Hope you find what you're looking for. The only ones I've seen are at Retrozone for $125 IIRC.

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    Retrozone is who makes them. I would suggest waiting until you can afford it and then buy straight from the source. I wouldn't part with my Powerpak for anything. It's a great way to play Japanese Famicom games, rom hacks, fan translations and all the rare/expensive games you'd never get to play otherwise. It seems expensive, but trust me, it's worth every penny.
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    Quote Originally Posted by retroguy View Post
    Retrozone is who makes them. I would suggest waiting until you can afford it and then buy straight from the source. I wouldn't part with my Powerpak for anything. It's a great way to play Japanese Famicom games, rom hacks, fan translations and all the rare/expensive games you'd never get to play otherwise. It seems expensive, but trust me, it's worth every penny.
    In all honesty I don't question the value of it; I've had my SNES Powerpak for a couple months and love it, just trying to go economical here before shelling out the $135 for a new one.

    In other words, just me being cheap, is all.

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    One more bump.

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