Comment: Interests: Quote:
baseball, satire, bad movies, custom soundtracks, alternative uses, Likes:
steak, pretzels, tomfoolery, outdated technology, herbal tea, sorbet,
wasted motion, classic rock, Paul Reiser,
I'm a sharkduck!
Currently playing: Overwatch Fallout 4 PvZ: Garden Warfare Hot Shots Golf: Out of Bounds Complete Collection
PvZ: Garden Warfare, Skyrim Clash of Clans
Have played a lot:
EA Sports Wasteland
, D&D Gold Box, NBA, Leaderboard Executive Golf
Football, KC Munchkin
I have donated around 40 unopened childrens' and sports Wii, Playstation and PS2 games to a local childrens' hospital and other charities. I encourage you to do the same when you happen upon some deals to help children enjoy their days when they really need it.
Since 90% of the games I trade are NEW AND SEALED, please make sure your items are listed according to gametz guidelines as listed below:
All classifications are subjective. This is an attempt to standardize classes and help you evaluate your item. When we refer to "item" we mean the entire package: disc, box, manual, etc. -- everything included with the item. You should consider the condition of the item as a whole.
Unopened - Item is sealed in some way (either shrink wrapped or unbroken manufacturers seal) and has never been used.
Excellent - Item has been opened and used, but otherwise shows no sign of wear. The item is in perfect working condition.
Very Good - Item is showing some minor forms of wear (minor scratches, or marks). The item is in perfect working condition.
Good - Item is showing general wear, but looks good overall and is working perfectly otherwise
Fair - Item is showing major amounts of noticeable wear that could not be ignored easily, but it is in perfect working condition.
Poor - Item is barely holding itself together, it's beaten up pretty badly and is on its last legs, but it is in perfect working condition.
Damaged - Item is not in perfect working condition. Be very careful dealing in items like this, the seller must be informed in detail of the damage.
These are some basic suggestions. The best thing to do is be very clear about any flaws with a potential trade. Being sure each side knows exactly what they're getting is the best way to achieve a good reputation and smoothes the path for more trades.
Systems I Have:
Sony Playstation 2
( broken fatty
Sony PSP 2000 Ice Silver http://reviews.cnet.com/consoles/sony-psp-daxter-l...
Playstation 3 60gb
Nintendo Gameboy Color
Nintendo Gameboy Advance and e-reader
Nintendo DS Blue http://reviews.cnet.com/consoles/nintendo-ds-titan...
PC - Windows Home XP
Systems I plan to get (and am currently buying & trading for games):
I have completed 1 trade on tradegamesnow.com, 2 trades on cheapassgamer.com and 1 trade on craigslist.
Number of times traded for items I forgot that I already have: 3 (4 if you count the same game on different systems)
I have met some awesome people here at gametz...
Sent me 2 guides as a Christmas present in 2006!
There was a problem on my end, but she was very understanding
Yu-Gi-Oh! cards available for trade:
Elemental Hero Shining Flare Wingman (Rare Foil)
Magical Explosion (Rare)
Elemental Hero Wildheart
Two Thousand Needles
Shield & Sword
Photon Generator Unit
Success Probability 0%
Yu-Gi-Oh! cards wanted in trade:
Elemental Hero Wildedge
Elemental Hero Flame Wingman
Elemental Hero Wild Wingman
Elemental Hero Dark Neos
Elemental Hero Flare Neos
Elemental Hero Aqua Neos
Elemental Hero Steam Healer
Elemental Hero Thunder Giant
Elemental Hero Bubble Man (have Neo Bubbleman)
Elemental Hero Necroshade
Elemental Hero Necroid Shaman
Elemental Hero Shining Phoenix Enforcer
Elemental Hero Shining Enforcer
Elemental Hero Electrum
Elemental Hero Mudballman
Elemental Hero Tempest
Destiny Hero Captain Tenacious
Destiny Hero Diamond Dude
Destiny Hero Double Dude
Destiny Hero Dogma
Destiny Hero Dreadmaster
Destiny Hero Defender
Destiny Hero Dasher
Neospacian Black Panther
Neospacian Aqua Dolphin
Winged Kuriboh LV 10
Dragon Master Knight
Notes for self:
Cattle Crashers, Tiny Wing, Cut the Rope
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Everyday Shooter& Super Stardust Portable
Most large electronics component distributors carry the CR2032 batteries for about $1.
Charlie Rose with Garry Shandling on Google video