Will post images for the items for sale later today plus a list of extra arcade parts I’m selling…
All items shipping only to confirmed US addresses.
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MadCatz Marvel Vs Capcom 2 Tournament Edition joystick PS3 / originally GameStop exclusive
Very gently used, comes in original box with all packing material. Maybe 3-4 hours use in total. Original configuration (original colors, JLF). Asking $150 – includes shipping plus delivery confirmation.
Sega Saturn USB pad – compatible with PS3/Mac/PC. Works with Vanguard Princess, MAME, most emulator programs, etc. Recommend that you use X-Padder for PCs with AMD/Nvidia chipsets. It will enable functionality with most emulator programs. $33 with shipping included.
(9) 30mm Sanwa OBSF-30 Pushbuttons --with SW-68 switches, modded (tabs shaved) for plexiglass; asking $2.00 a piece; 3 Dark Hai, 1 Black, 3 Red, 1 Green, 1 Yellow
All red buttons SOLD to Bad Boy Brazil…
Sega Genesis Console Bundle
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Genesis Mark II bundle. (Sorry, no earplug jacks in this model!) This system edition release included Vectorman as the pack-in game (pictured to the left of the console). Standard cables include RF modulator for old non-stereo input TV’s plus the standard power pack/adaptor. 3-button standard Genesis control pad part of the standard equipment, too.
Second picture shows the RF modulator a lot of us used before the our families (or ourselves) bought TV sets with decent video/stereo input. Third pic shows a closer view of the power pack with a standard composite cable (A/V stereo cable) by it. I’ve heard SCART cables are available to make the Genesis games look a bit better on HDTV but I have no experience in that area… Most HDTV sets still include composite plug-in ports (but older system/video devices look awful on HDTV). You get what I have in the pics here. Fourth picture shows an extra A/V cable (mono-audio video) and an extra power pack/adaptor that I believe belonged to a 32X I used to own… That 32X was one of a bad production bunch and died after a few months… I wouldn’t recommend using the larger power pack/adaptor pictured here with the Genesis, though — just to be on the safe side!
Last but not least, the last two 16-bit cart games (besides Vectorman) that I still have. First is Earthworm Jim in a cardboard box reissue and next to him is an old style plastic keep-case Boogerman cart – a reminder of a time when videogame companies understood kids destroyed things if they weren’t built to withstand battleship shelling! Earthworm Jim was one of the best 16-bit games released on SNES or Genesis and I believe that the Genesis version is generally the best version of the game released. (Only reason I don’t say the Sega CD is better is because — WAIT FOR IT ---- WAIT FOR IT ---- WAIT FOR IT ---- WAIT FOR IT— = load times!) An extra level not in the SNES, no noticeable slowdown, better controller response, and better arranged music and sound effects make this one the better cart version to own, IMHO… Plus it was a hell of a lot harder to finish than the SNES version which slowed down all the time! lol Boogerman is also a nasty-sounding game which is unique in its hygiene. Very good platformer, too! Instructions are still in the boxes in pristine condition (at least how the store sold them to me). Last, but not least, two more six-button controllers. On the left, the (in)famous Capcom Soldier Pad released around the time of Super Street Fighter II on the Genesis/SNES and the six-button Sega Genesis that became real popular when Mortal Kombat I was released on the system!
System’s barely been used since I’ve owned and generally has sat in dry storage in my dwelling spaces… Nice, near-mint condition. Manual and care-for instructions included with Mk II Genesis system.
Asking $40 for the Genesis bundle with shipping included. 48 Continental States only unless somebody wants to pay extra on the shipping… Everything will be packed into a larger box with plenty of cushioning so nothing gets flattened during shipping.
Thank you mods in advance for deleting this thread… Sale is over! Thank you!