What have you bought recently (CD-i)

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What have you bought recently (CD-i)

Post by K1ngArth3r » Wed Oct 03, 2012 10:46 pm

I swear I created a thread like this the other year but ill be damned if I can find it!

Well I'm excited about starting my CD-I adventure once again and wanted to share my first pickups!

1-20 CD-I magazine
Mad Dog McCree 2

Well I was playing Mad Dog 2 tonight and its as hard as hell with the 220 remote! I need to buy the peace keeper ASAP! The lag is terrible on this game also between scenes, much worse than the original on CD-I but still I want to finish it... I think I'll practice a bit and make a you tube video on this game!

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Post by K1ngArth3r » Sun Oct 07, 2012 11:23 am

Just picked up

Chaos Control
Drug Wars
Palm Springs Open

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Post by K1ngArth3r » Tue Oct 09, 2012 8:40 pm

Picked up

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Connect Four (Elongated CD jewel case)
Tetris (Elongated CD jewel case)

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Re: What have you bought recently (CD-i)

Post by Trev » Wed Oct 10, 2012 7:04 pm

K1ngArth3r wrote: Well I was playing Mad Dog 2 tonight and its as hard as hell with the 220 remote! I need to buy the peace keeper ASAP! The lag is terrible on this game also between scenes, much worse than the original on CD-I but still I want to finish it... I think I'll practice a bit and make a you tube video on this game!
That's funny cause it was the opposite with the 3DO ports. The original Mad Dog on 3DO borders on unplayable at points because of so much lag. It is an awful port. Yet the sequel plays great on 3DO. I guess I'll play the original on Cd-i & part 2 on 3DO.
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Re: What have you bought recently (CD-i)

Post by K1ngArth3r » Thu Oct 11, 2012 3:13 pm

Trev wrote:
K1ngArth3r wrote: Well I was playing Mad Dog 2 tonight and its as hard as hell with the 220 remote! I need to buy the peace keeper ASAP! The lag is terrible on this game also between scenes, much worse than the original on CD-I but still I want to finish it... I think I'll practice a bit and make a you tube video on this game!
That's funny cause it was the opposite with the 3DO ports. The original Mad Dog on 3DO borders on unplayable at points because of so much lag. It is an awful port. Yet the sequel plays great on 3DO. I guess I'll play the original on Cd-i & part 2 on 3DO.
I don't know if it's my player or the disc as the original was smooth as you sort of said.

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Mad Dog McCree
Chaos Control (Again)
Tetris (Elongated CD jewel case) (Again)
Tangram (Elongated CD jewel case)
Sargon Chess (Elongated CD jewel case)

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Post by Trev » Sun Oct 14, 2012 5:11 am

I just grabbed Chaos Control again too. Plays so much better now that I have a real controller.
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Post by Arethius_RGC » Fri Nov 23, 2012 6:25 pm

I bought a 210 complete in box

Golden oldies 1
Golden oldies 2
domino
Uncover featuring Tatjana

The joystick but still haven't received it

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Post by Austin » Mon Dec 03, 2012 6:52 am

Nothing recently. Sold off a few games, actually (kept the ones I enjoy).

A little ways back though I did pick up Pyramid Adventures. Was finally able to find it for a decent price (not the $50+ people on eBay try to list them for). I also got Flashback for a decent price as well. Still haven't gotten around to trying them out (CD-i isn't hooked up), but I will hopefully get around to it sometime in the near future.
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Post by qw4tt0r » Sun Feb 24, 2013 4:42 pm

Not all CD-i but I went to the retro convention in Deurne (NL) today:

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Yoshi's Island - 30
Super Mario Kart - 27,50
Duke Nukem 64 + Controller pak + Transfer pak - 15
Duke Nukem Time to Kill + free (in very poor condition) NFS Porsche - 5
3rd party n64 controller + Wave Race - 15
Pokemon XD + Super R-type - 30
Pokemon Colosseum - 5
Voyeur - 1
Video Speedway - 1
Space Ace - 1
F1 Racing - 7
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Post by Austin » Mon Mar 18, 2013 9:28 am

Your version of Video Speedway has different artwork? That's pretty cool. :)
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Post by qw4tt0r » Mon Mar 18, 2013 8:41 pm

Austin wrote:Your version of Video Speedway has different artwork? That's pretty cool. :)
I thought that was the original cover art, I've never seen a copy that looks different actually. ;)
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Post by Arethius_RGC » Wed Mar 20, 2013 12:29 pm

I bought recently on ebay:
- lords od the rising Sun
- Face kitchen
- golf world Cup
- TR-I : no world order
- wordplay
- soundtrap
- the directors cut - rosenbud

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Post by highlandcattle » Sat Mar 23, 2013 5:09 pm

Went to a pawnshop today ( it actually looked more like a dump). and there were thousands of audio cds and cdroms most of it very dirty. Suddenly the cdi logo struck my eye. So I had to check all of the boxes. All the loose discs were in non cdi boxes somi left them there:
I'm especially curious about the not for resale discs wonder if there will be differences. Some of these might appear in my for trade thread as the are doubles
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CD-i 452 in originale Box

Post by Big M » Sun Apr 07, 2013 3:58 pm

Found today a complete Boxed CDi 452 system, Never knew that there was a 452 player model. Its was used for educational purposes, i got the system with a CD-i Course for Medical first aid.

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Its a standard 450 player with a Video module in it (factory built)

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Post by K1ngArth3r » Thu Apr 25, 2013 8:59 am

Great pickups guys!

I picked up:

Lost Eden
Earth Command
Video Speedway
Space Ace
Dragon's Lair
Voyuer
Burn Cycle
Litil Devil

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