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    Wheel Monster Joe Matty's Avatar
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    Default Your recent gaming purchases

    Post here what games you've recently purchased

    "other" purchases go here - http://www.radiosega.net/forum/showthread.php?p=10#

    for me last game was Touhou 12.5 Double spolier, not a bad game, but its not the bullet hell shooter i love

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    I Recently got a sealed copy of Firebugs on PS1 for about 5, I used to love this game and I still do, even though it's very easy.

    edit: why is it saying ResidentSD edited this message? I just posted this
    Don't you EVER forget the "!" in "Cobra!"! Unless you're refering me as "Cobradabest".


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    The most recent game I bought has been FF IV Advance about $13




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    Most recent game I bought was LEGO Harry Potter: Years 1-4 Collector's Edition on Xbox 360.

    Not too sure if I agree with the opinion that it's the best LEGO game, but it's certainly a lot easier to play than the others. And by easier, I mean "not quite to mind numbingly boring".

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    I recently bought Demon Souls and Resident Evil: The Darkside Chronicles, although they are not for me of course. Harry Potter was though

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    I got Demon's Souls on the PS3 (already have the US version, but I was swayed by the extra freebies in the UK version), Infinite Space on the DS, Defender Of the Crown on the GBA and Nemesis on the Game Boy. Then I got home and found my copy of Trinity Universe on the PS3, which I'd ordered from Amazon! Having also bought a bunch of Wii points, I also downloaded some games from Virtual Console, as well as Blaster Master Overdrive.

    I've been busy this weekend....

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    Valkyrie Profile 2 for 2

    another one to go on the pile to play later (i have about 20 games like that now =/)

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    Technically I didn't purchase these as I won them, but Resonance of Fate on the 360 and Phantasy Star Zero on the DS.

    I did buy Final Fantasy 9 on PSN the other day though, so that counts! It's one of the only Final Fantasy's I haven't played, so I really wanted to give it a good try. Too many cut-scenes

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    I picked up the Demon's Soul's Black Phantom Edition the other day, quite fancy.

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    Elite Beat Agents - 3 from my local GAME.

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