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    Quote Originally Posted by Reknoc View Post
    At this point in time you may as well just go for whatever's cheapest, though I've never actually seen a preowned copy of Sengoku Basara.
    Because it's that awesome and has so much replay value that no-one wants to part with it.

    Quote Originally Posted by huntergemini View Post
    The EB Games website has it brand new for $48 and $66 pre-owned.

    How the hell is a pre-owned copy more expensive? That makes no sense!
    Does it matter? BUY! BUY!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kaito-kun View Post
    Because it's that awesome and has so much replay value that no-one wants to part with it.



    Does it matter? BUY! BUY!
    Or maybe it's because the 5 people total who bought it in the west don't trade in games.

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    Play some 2D shooters girl. I've been playing Mushi Futari since it came out in 2009, and Dodonpachi Dai ou Jou. Those games are ageless. Or try some Psikyo classics like Strierks 1945 or Zero Gunner 2. It will take you many hours to beat them, especially if you aren;t already sharp at those kind of games.

    Edit - oh shit you only have a PS3. Try Sega Rally then.
    Tic Tac, sir?

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    Go old skool, get yourself some megadrive games from online and play them rotten!

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    Quote Originally Posted by baraka6 View Post
    Go old skool, get yourself some megadrive games from online and play them rotten!
    I've got the Mega Drive Ultimate Collection for PS3, does that count?

    It's got heaps of games on it though!

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    Quote Originally Posted by huntergemini View Post
    I've got the Mega Drive Ultimate Collection for PS3, does that count?

    It's got heaps of games on it though!
    yeah, i mean if it covers some of the classics from that console then its good, but the megadrive did produce a huge library of games and would get a lot of replay value from

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    I was thinking...

    Rockstar games have high replay value, right?

    'Cause I'm thinking of getting Red Dead Redemption, as I enjoyed it when my brother had a copy of it and with the add-on and multiplayer, I think it'd be worth buying.

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    I guess that depends on what you regard as replay value. There's a lot of stuff to do in a R* game but very little reason to replay it once you've done it. Though I'd still recommend getting Red Dead Redemption since it's amazing.

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    The only thing that pops into my mind from Rock Star are the GTA series. Aren't they pretty high on replay value?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Biggest sonic fan View Post
    The only thing that pops into my mind from Rock Star are the GTA series. Aren't they pretty high on replay value?
    See my above post.
    Last edited by Reknoc; 03-02-2012 at 16:44.

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