Jan 2, xwatchmanx said: But like I said, I'm a fanatic. Response to a comment from another thread elgarta said: The Zelda collection was cool too I guess, so that wouldn't warrent the price tag for me
Lost Wings and the eternal Ocean Fire Emblem: As you can tell, I am a huge console-style RPG fan. At the very least around a year, but it may be more than that.
I will also be moving around since I am staying temporarily some months at a place and will be looking for another more permanent option there. Thanks for any advice, I will only take boxes if its the best for my games.
MrElgawarg MrElgawarg 3 years ago 2 I've used disk wallets like that to keep my games in since I first started gaming, made things so much easier when visiting friends since you could easily bring a bunch of stuff without carrying large amounts of DVD cases with you. Right now I've got a big disk wallet that holds most of my games, and a smaller one that I keep my top favourites in, which is enough to hold everything I own.
All the Gamecube games I owned from back in are still in great condition, but be wary that they will slip around a bit if you're not careful since the disk wallet's designed for larger disks, so make sure you don't open it up upside-down or anything.
They'll be secure in there when the disk wallet's closed though. It's worth noting that you can get disk wallets that are bigger and carry more games.
For example, the one I keep most of my games in looks like this and can hold disks: From your PS2 candidates list I'd recommend Tales of the Abyss, but since you've already settled on Symphonia for Gamecube which is also an excellent choice it might not be as high a priority since you'll already have a Tales game to play.
On Gamecube, unless you want to play the series in order, it might be worth bringing Pikmin 2 with you over Pikmin 1 since it's the longer game. I'd say take the Game Boy Player with you, the size isn't too bad when mounted to the Gamecube and being able to take a bunch of small cartridges with you as well would be helpful.
I will try to find a smaller mini-disc thingy for gamecube and PSP discs if possible. I know myself, and even a few games can last me a long time. Pikmin 1 is a game I am around day 12, somewhat halfway, but backlogged at some point. I take a while since I do a lot of exploring to do at least 1 part a day, unless I am breeding pikmin.
I probably will take both pikmin games with me since I really enjoyed them.How to Copy a GameCube CD. March 31, By: JonathanHuppert.
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While many overlook or write . This is the ONLY case I've found that is sized for the GameCube discs. Don't put NGC discs into a full-size disc sleeve (like for regular sized CD/DVD) because they tend to slide around inside the pouch and get scratched or fall out of the pouch and break!!!/5(17).
Ironically my first GameCube was DOA, it couldn't read discs, ruined my Christmas that year. My original Xbox still has no issues. I'm on my 2nd PS2, first one stopped . This is good for the environment and good for your wallet.
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