Both these seem to be French judging from the text on them, but I can assure you that I didn’t but them in Paris. I had to get them since they were 2 bucks each. I asked for the price, at a flea market, and the dude said “Well, how many do you want? I have a whole box of these that I want to get rid of.“. I bought two Mega Memories, one for me and one for my brother, and the Gameboy Color Kit just for the heck of it. I might have been able to get a lot of them very cheap, but what would I do with them? I’m going to return there in 2 weeks and buy maybe 2 more Mega Memories since they were brand new.
This is the Pearl White Gamecube that I got. Looks awesome, doesn’t it? I’m a sucker for white stuff. Sadly It only came with a 3rd party controller but I couldn’t pass it up since it was sold for a fair price of 55 dollars, considering its semi-rarity where I live.
Previously I had one with the original Purple color, but since I don’t need 2 Gamecubes, and since I bought it with my brother, I’m giving it to him. I mean, he was kind enough to give it to me when we moved to our own places so I guess it’s only fair to give the previous one to him, box and all, together with the games Rocky, Dragonball Budokai 1, Dragonball Budokai 2 and James Bond 007: Nightfire. We bickered a little over the Crazy Taxi game, but he decided to buy it himself since he found it relatively cheap. Underrated game, by the way, and in my opinion a good port from the arcade version of the game.
And here’s Rad Racer, Disney’s Magical Quest 1, Disney’s Magical Quest 3 and the Gameboy Advance SP that I bought in the US.
Rad Racer works well but shows horizontal lines on the screen, despite being from my region. They say that it can look like that if you play a NTSC version of the game on a PAL console… but I’m playing the PAL game on a PAL console.
Also I’ve already finished the first Magical Quest game. A review is coming up next.