Legal Sources For Round 2 Games


MonkeyChops

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Here's a few places to acquire the games for round 2. Please contribute any links/better prices you can find or maybe you have an extra copy you want sell, let us know!

*Please note:
The following links are not verified as reputable shops, please research before you buy! I'm not responsible for anyone getting scammed!
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Parodius Da! - PC Engine
Buy for:
$42.80
$38.99
3,200JPY

Play online at:
http://www.vizzed.co...-Kara-Owarai-he
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Contra: Hard Corps - Genesis
Buy for:
$34.50
$26.70
$24.99

Play online at:
http://www.vizzed.co...ame.php?id=3608
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Thoughts about online play of games? Kosher to post? There are no roms on these sites and no way to download the game.
 

Prometheus

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^ I'm honestly not sure on the play-online links.

As far as where to buy, unfortunately one of the stores I would have recommended closed recently. :(
 

skeezix

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I'm lucky to have a decent retro-store within 20 mins drive of me; mind you, I've never neede dto go there and buy anything, since I have more stock than he does half the time. Ah, ebay, you foul beast.

jeff

One of these days I need to dig out my old rants about morality and legal aspects of emualtion and legal places ot get roms; StarROMS and other stores to legally buy roms don't seem to last long (damned shame!), but GoG is a pretty good one for PC (Dosbox era) games. Still, depending on area you can usually get legal emulators (liek for PSX or PC or the like) and pull the ROMs out of them, or get those GBAPlayer swipe-cards with roms on them, etc and so on. Theres hundrds of ways to get ROMs legally, but they're all a PITA :)
 
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