View Full Version : Games that make you cry like a 6 year old girl who got her barbie's head ripped off

12-21-2002, 03:58 AM
I can honestly remember shedding a few tears when I found a copy of "Chrono Trigger" for the SNES at a garage sale 6 months ago.

12-21-2002, 05:45 AM
I found contra at goodwill a year ago for a buck. ( :

12-21-2002, 05:47 AM
lol, you lucky dog.

on a similar note, My friends dad sold his nes (back when the snes just came out) along with about 10 games, including Dragon Warrior 3 & 4 for 30 bucks! Needless to say my friend was ........ed.

12-21-2002, 05:48 AM
Im gonna have to start looking in the thrift stores more often :)

12-21-2002, 07:49 AM
i found Grand Theft Auto: Vice City mismarked in the bargain bin and i only had to pay 15 bucks....

12-21-2002, 08:13 AM
Here in India.. you pay Rs 200 to get any latest games... 200 Rs is 4.00$

12-21-2002, 04:01 PM
Yeah because they are pirated!

12-21-2002, 04:04 PM
There was some dude that posted a couple of weeks ago that in his city, Moscow, MS Visual Studio was $2 !!!!

12-21-2002, 05:56 PM
Yes.. Pirated softwares and games are very cheap in eastern countries.. Like in Pakistan.. one can buy Microsoft Visual Studio in Just 30 Rupees .. which equals to half of a US$.

I was wondring on Studion 3D Max site.. there was its price.. I think.. $4650.. of a suite.. and here in Pakistan. some colleges are offering 4 months training of Studio 3D Max 4 for just.. 4000 Rupees to 6000 rupess.... ($70 to $100)

Few days ago.. I had read in a local magzine Microsoft's officals are now a days taking keen interest in elimination of Software Piracy in Pakistan and they have given a dead line to instituions, private companies, and software houses to buy the Origional copy of software otherwise they will have to face panelties.. and Microsoft is also offering very low price here in Pakistan.. that they are offering to sell their products at upto 90% off..

But the Country Manager of Microsoft to Pakistan is not that hopefull as Microsoft Officials..as reported by the mag.