Check out this totally legit Sega Dreamcast auction on eBay right now.
I’d be lying if I said I don’t have a crap-ton of burned Dreamcast ISO’s myself, but I’ve never once considered trying to sell them on eBay – let alone charging over $40 to ship a bunch of CD-R’s.
What a dick.
But I suppose if there are people willing to buy them, and as of this writing there are (4) bids on it.
I’m indifferent to Undertale, but its fans creep me out even more than Minecraft people.
Seriously, who writes something like that? This guy.
If you survived the SEGA CD era of crappy FMV games, you’re probably like me: highly skeptical of anytime game publishers decide to Go Full Hollywood and film a live action trailer for an upcoming game. To me, live action trailers ask questions that most game publishers don’t want asked of their wares, such as:
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I know I’m not the first person to rant about GameStop’s collector-hostile over-stickering policies, and god knows I will definitely not be the last, but the problem seems to be getting worse, not better. Normally I’m accepting of their gross, gluey game case abuse but a recent visit to purchase a brand new copy of The Surge for Xbox One resulted in my most offensive purchase at GameStop to date.
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