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https://robbreport.com/lifestyle/news/z ... 234623794/ Fancy Robb Report!

These prices! Glad it found a new home to never be played.

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Hm they don’t even mention how there was no message about warning not to turn off the system without holding in reset in the first run. Interesting. My friend had one that did not have this and was like “wtf?” when I bright my cart over for him to help me clear something.
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Did you have to hold reset down to save your game?
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Ice Cream Jonsey wrote: Sat Jul 10, 2021 11:50 pm Did you have to hold reset down to save your game?
Yes, if you did not hold in reset on the old “toaster” model NES then often times it would just flash the battery and wide your save if you did not hold the reset button in as you turned off the console. Another cool thing I like about the Everdrive cart is that you do not have to worry about that because it is writing to a micro SD card.
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Over the weekend a copy of Super Mario 64 sold for $1.5 million. (LINK)

In other news, everything I own that's more than 10 years old is now for sale, especially if you have $1.5 million burning a hole in your pocket.
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