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Thanks, 3DO Experience! I'll give a shout out of positive feedback for you. 3DO Experience is great to work with, very helpful and paid promptly. She's a real credit to this forum! Sorry you weren't happy with Way of the Warrior :( I didn't realize that the disc from the Maniac Pack was different fr...
- Sun Mar 21, 2010 4:43 am
- Forum: Atari Jaguar forum
- Topic: i'd like to own a jaguar
- Replies: 6
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I went to a garage sale last summer that had advertised a Jaguar, but I got there too late. I spoke to the lady who was running it, and she said her husband used to work for Atari, and they had all this old Atari stuff of all types (some sealed) in the basement. I gave her my number, but never heard...
- Sat Feb 20, 2010 5:22 pm
- Forum: 3DO Main Forum
- Topic: Did you keep supporting 3DO company after the console died?
- Replies: 13
- Views: 3641
The Army Men games were decent. I was always surprised to see games from 3DO after the demise of the system. "They're still around, huh?"
Here's "part 2" of my collection. There are some more duplicate games, but the more the merrier! The discs are generally in nice condition. I keep these items apart (physically and mentally) since I acquired all the following items from a smoking home. They are currently undergoing sort of a rehab i...
I dug up some more games. There are some duplicate games from the first set I pictured, but I guess it never hurts to have a spare. Pics moved to GameCubed's 3DO Collection . The Maniac Pack is kind of neat, in that it's 4 full games that were put together in one compilation, with all the manuals co...
Hi all, here are some pictures of Part 1 of my collection. I didn't have room to spread everything out, so my apologies if it's hard to make out. Pics moved to GameCubed's 3DO Collection . Not pictured is a sweet FZ-1 and the controllers. A few notes: The jewel that reads "Panasonic Interactive Medi...
I'd agree that owning the 3DO in the US was sort of a status symbol amongst gamers who wanted to be at the "cutting edge" of technology at the time. It boasted capabilities that were mind-boggling if you were emerging out of the 16-bit era. The people I knew who actually bought new 3DO's when they f...
- Wed Jan 27, 2010 2:56 am
- Forum: 3DO Main Forum
- Topic: Introduce yourself.
- Replies: 824
- Views: 307120
Hi everyone! I'm really happy to have found this forum. It's cool to know there are still people out there who remember the 3DO with fondness. I remember being tantalized by the 3DO back in the day, when I could barely afford a Super Nintendo. I used to get pretty jealous of the system whenever I'd ...