How about 4 lbs of AES rom chips
Kennyboy is now selling a box full of AES cartridge shells. No boards, just the shells. I see some KOF 99s in there, crazy...
Not so much the asking price, but the final winning bid at ¥91,000, or around US$870. The AES looks to be in good condition at all, but those generally go for half the winning price, and the included games were pretty common too. Can anybody tell me what am I missing here?
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