> beavis wrote:
>> I'm cheap and most every game/system pre PS3/360 era is too much for me. The
>> issue is finding systems that actually work. I have gotten a couple of N64s for
>> varying prices over the years with varying issues.
>> I think the biggest one for me though is Rock Band/Guitar Hero. My kids are now
>> 5 and 8 and are big into gaming. My wife is not but grew up a musician, playing
>> multiple instruments. I think it would be really fun to play these games as a
>> Finding a system to do that would be no problem really, PS3 and 360s are relatively
>> cheap and I've read you can actually play some of the newer games in the series
>> the PS5. The problem is finding instruments. I get that it is a niche market
>> this point, but you would think someone would sell replacment instruments at a
> Check Pawn Shops and disc exchange like stores.
> Also flea markets. I've found 360 era Rock Band/Guitar Hero instruments for $20 and
> I go home and test them, if they don't work, i just keep exchanging until i find
> one that works.
> If you're interested I have Guitar Hero Live (for Xbox One) with one guitar and 2
> USB dongles that i'm willing to sell for WAYYY UNDER market value.
> I also have multiple copies of DJ Hero and DJ Hero 2 for Xbox 360 with the turntables,
> i think i have 4 sets of turntables.
> It was our party game and that fact that you could hook a mic up and sing/rap along
> with the mixes made it that much better.
I'm actually moving in August and decided after I posted to check the Seattle area Facebook Marketplace and there seem to be a lot of potential options. If I don't end up getting anything I'll hit you up.