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Post by XCLTempesT » Mon Jun 02, 2008 12:49 am

If you want to trade Zelda's Adventure for the Smurfs game? :-)

I have a mint condition Zelda's adventure that I would happily trade for that title!
(somehow I doubt you will accept the offer, being a real CD-I collector)

I really would love to have that game, hmm why didn't I know about that ebay auction.

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Post by lemmi » Mon Jun 02, 2008 8:22 am

Shroo-man wrote: now I have more Philips stuff than I do Nintendo and Sega.

Without doubt I have spent more money on my CD-i collection than anything else

I still have more CD-i stuff but I don't want to show everything - I should keep my stuff to myself like a normal CD-i collector :roll:
im the same way but with the 3DO, now all my Sega items might come close to the 3do but i would have to add SMS to DC :)

i have every receipt from 1997 (which is when i got serious about collecting) to now and a few years ago i totalled them all up and i got these numbers
CD-i - $1260
3DO - $4591 <--- this total doesnt take off the stuff ive sold recently like the 3extra systems, multiples of games, couple of guns and other things
its probably close to $3000 by now


CD-i collectors keep stuff to themselves? as in they dont show items they got or dont talk about the items period?

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Post by Bas » Mon Jun 02, 2008 9:08 am

I really think CD-i collectors in general are older in age comparing to the Nintendo and Sega geerations, which attracts the younger audience at first I believe. And they are much more familiar and open with the Internet world.

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Post by Shroo-man » Mon Oct 27, 2008 7:50 am

XCLTempesT wrote:If you want to trade Zelda's Adventure for the Smurfs game? :-)

I have a mint condition Zelda's adventure that I would happily trade for that title!
(somehow I doubt you will accept the offer, being a real CD-I collector)
its tempting but sorry no its much too rare. I would only trade it for a copy of the elusive Golgo 13 or Mah-Jong.
XCLTempesT wrote: I really would love to have that game, hmm why didn't I know about that ebay auction.
it was listed in a massive lot on ebay.fr. I couldn't see it in the photo but it was in the games list so I made an offer he couldn't refuse for him to seperate it (50 euro). he also charged an extra 30 euro for postage :roll:. still worked out to be cheaper than the average Zelda's Adventure though. btw I hope youre still around xlctempest

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