GameCube Final Fantasy Crystal Chronicles LE

I’m arrived in New York few hours ago. I’m completely wasted…I’m in the Vincci Avalon hotel, 16 East 32nd Street. We have some problems in the bathroom, but this is not a website for hotel related feedbacks.Â

Thanks to your tips, I’m planning to visit the Video Games New York shop at 202 East 6th Street, and Joe Santulli’s Digital Press shop in Clifton, NJ, 387 Piage avenue.
I’ll check for the second time the Nintendo World shop, since it’s near here.

Is there someone who wants to join me? I’ve received already some mails, but now I’m here!

Suggest me the best way to make these trips. Better with taxi or it could be too expensive?
Let me know! If you have a suggestion, write a comment or contact me at nicola – fill the space with an @.

I’m soo tired…but I’ve brought with me my laptop, so I’ll be able to update gamesniped anyway.
For today, just a quick search. I’m too tired!

Found by Fedeweb on

the Game Cube FINAL FANTASY Crystal Chronicles!!!

With just 150 in the world, it’s a superb LE!

HANNA BARBERA Pac-Man Animation cel


Nintendo Cube Game Proto Japan I Surrender must go to bed.

Written by Nicola

Nicola, the Italian search engine over eBay...collects videogames from 1992.


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  1. For places within the city, you shouldn’t need to take a cab anywhere; subway’s the best way to go. A lot cheaper, too!

    As for the place in Clifton, NJ Transit’s Main Line has a Clifton stop (you can catch the train by taking any NJT train heading to Secaucus, then transfer from there). I’m not sure how close it is to the store, though. More info about NJT’s train lines, schedules, etc. is here:

    Hope you enjoy the city 🙂

  2. Adol’s Jap DC collection is cool, although since it’s sealed, it’s not like it would open any doors to the world of Jap Dreamcast for me. I don’t crack sealed stuff. And it’s so unlikely to sell at the BIN, I wonder what his bottom line his. Neat set, probably one of less than 10 outside of Japan.

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