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Where are all the games? It should just be called nes adva..

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Anonymous
June 17, 2004 3:36:45 AM

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How does the gba sell so many units when games are so hard to find? Did
they just stop making some of them?

I dont understand where all this nes stuff is coming from when stores dont
have a good stock of the older gba games.

Ive just been playing the roms lately since i cant find the games I want.
starting to wonder why I spent so many hours squining at the little screen
in the first place.

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Anonymous
June 17, 2004 3:36:46 AM

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Jim noname wrote:
> How does the gba sell so many units when games are so hard to find?
> Did they just stop making some of them?

Which?

> Ive just been playing the roms lately since i cant find the games I
> want. starting to wonder why I spent so many hours squining at the
> little screen in the first place.

Maybe you should stop.


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John Salerno

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once. -- Friedrich Nietzsche
June 17, 2004 6:04:45 PM

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On Wed, 16 Jun 2004 23:36:45 GMT, "Jim noname" <asdf@asdf.com> wrote:

>How does the gba sell so many units when games are so hard to find? Did
>they just stop making some of them?
>
>I dont understand where all this nes stuff is coming from when stores dont
>have a good stock of the older gba games.
>
>Ive just been playing the roms lately since i cant find the games I want.
>starting to wonder why I spent so many hours squining at the little screen
>in the first place.
>

Actually, I've found that the GBA game selection is SO hugh, that most
stores like Best Buy can only carry the newest items and don't really
carry a complete selection.

In my home town, it seems like Toys 'R' Us has the largest and most
complete selection of games.