I have a loose target of spending $20 per game including shipping, so it should have been obvious that I would have busted up my target price when putting in an ebay ‘best offer’ price of $20 for a game that listed $8 for shipping… but how was I suspose to know that the seller would accept a $20 offer on a game that listed for $35?!
Sometimes I bid on games that I know I just wont win.. but this time I did win. I tried to find another game or two that I might want from the seller in an effort to get the cost per game down but there was nothing else worth while. And that is why my Thunder Fox cost me $28. Even though it’s not a great game I do like the genre and it’s complete and in Excellent Condition.
It reminds me a little bit of Last Battle.
Thunder Fox Gameplay
I once bid up to $160.00 on a copy of Eliminate Down knowing full well that I would not win that auction. And I didn’t win but I wanted to be a part of that very elusive title if only in a very small way 🙂
I think it went for over $600 by the end. I don’t much like people with lots and lots of money…
Ultraman cost $19 including shipping and it’s complete and in Excellent Condition. It’s not a great game but I really like the lame cover art and Ultraman is cool all on his own. This is a fun addition to the collection.
I played Ultraman for a while and I cannot figure out how to beat the first stage. Once you’ve beaten the monster Bemular down to zero health his meter states “finish”… and I could not figure out the correct move/attack. Even thought the person playing in the video clip had no trouble at all.
I even searched the Internet and I could not find the answer! Anyone know how?