WTB: The Official Nintendo Player's Guide

Cloud121

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WTB: The Official Nintendo Player's Guide

Hey guys, I'm looking for a copy of the original Nintendo Player's Guide that Nintendo released back in 1987/1988 (dunno which year). Does anyone have a copy? I've really been wanting to get a copy of it for awhile now. Especially now, since I'm getting an NES with about 21 games (add to my current games, and I got a total of 42 :p :D ). Anybody out there got a copy they'd be willing to sell?
 

Cloud121

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WTB: The Official Nintendo Player's Guide

Yo! Hm.... At the most, about $10 ($10 includes the shipping as well). Of course, you can always want less if you want ;) :cool: :lol: :D :p :hehehe: :thumbs-up:
 

stack99

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WTB: The Official Nintendo Player's Guide

SHIT I had one somewhere, and I know I won't be able to find it.... damn... now I need one... bastards.. :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol:
 

Cloud121

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WTB: The Official Nintendo Player's Guide

Hm... Protosstic, you get my PM? I haven't heard from you.
 

Scared0o0Rabbit

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WTB: The Official Nintendo Player's Guide

was up in the mountains this weekend, and there is a store up there with lots of classic and rare video game stuff... but it had a sign on the door closed this weekend. Was going to look around for cool stuff, but alas I couldn't (and it's like a 3 hour drive to get there). The guys who run the store have tons of random stuff there (some of it isn't for sale).

Edit: They also have old video game magazines there, and that was the reason for me bringing it up.
 

Scared0o0Rabbit

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WTB: The Official Nintendo Player's Guide

Game Country, it's up in Auburn. Good stuff there. The people that run it aren't quite all there in the head though IMHO.
 

Gallstaff

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Auburn.. Aburn Maine? Dude that's like a 40 minuete ride from my house my dad friggen drives up there every day to go to work! I might have to check it out.
 

Scared0o0Rabbit

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Lmao, they're one of the best places I've found to go buy random video game stuff. Second best place is about 15 minutes from my house www.mattsgameexchange.com

I'm disapointed though, cause I hardly ever get the time to go to game country.
 

Cloud121

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WTB: The Official Nintendo Player's Guide

Originally posted by racketboy@Oct 20, 2003 @ 04:45 PM

hehe -- I'll have to check them out some weekend

racket.... if they get something I want, and if you get 'em, you're giving me your Sega Visions, and all your other 16-bit era (including 32x) mags! Those are MINE! :D That is if that place has something I'd want...

Although... I'm not gonna stop bugging you about YOUR mags ;) :p
 

racketboy

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WTB: The Official Nintendo Player's Guide

Originally posted by Cloud121+Oct 21, 2003 @ 09:11 PM--><div class='quotetop'>QUOTE(Cloud121 @ Oct 21, 2003 @ 09:11 PM)</div><div class='quotemain'> <!--QuoteBegin-racketboy@Oct 20, 2003 @ 04:45 PM

hehe -- I'll have to check them out some weekend

racket.... if they get something I want, and if you get 'em, you're giving me your Sega Visions, and all your other 16-bit era (including 32x) mags! Those are MINE! :D That is if that place has something I'd want...

Although... I'm not gonna stop bugging you about YOUR mags ;) :p [/b][/quote]

I still need to see what all I have.

Some are still in MI -- which I won't see til Christmas time
 

stack99

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WTB: The Official Nintendo Player's Guide

If anyone is interested, I might have some "spare" sega visions laying around, that I will be willing to part with, once I know for sure which issues I have available, I will post, thanks.
 
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