While I’m on a closet cleaning rampage, I might as well list a bunch of other stuff that I want to get rid of – if you’re interested in any of them I’m willing to toss them for next to nothing. Here goes:
($300) Intuos3 6×11 Tablet, surface pretty much pristine and untouched, with everything minus the original box. Price is not really that compromising but considering the thing is practically untouched, it should be worth your money…
TI-89 calculator, Just the calculator and the cover, no manual or anything. I’m sure you can find the manual online. I don’t know where it is at the moment, I just know that I have it and I’ll pull it out of a hat if someone actually wants to buy it off me. I don’t even know how much this thing is worth anymore. Too lazy to look up.
($20) Canon LiDE 60 Scanner, With a blue top if you really care. Cheap but otherwise completely functional scanner.
($15) EMS USB PS1/PS2 controller (including light guns, but hell if I know how that’s suppose to work) adapter. Considered the last and greatest adapter for PS controllers, especially for dance mats/pads.
($10) Bicycle Poker set with chips, 2 decks of cards, 5 dices, and 5 poker dices, all inside a gold rimmed mahogany deluxe box.
($5) Magic The Gathering Core Game Box including
-2 starter decks
-1 booster pack
-1 foil (Sarra Angel, 9th edition)
-Play guides, rule books, play mats, paper score counters, all the junk few would care to use – but it’s included!
-Magic Online CD + Online credits for all the included cards
Box is opened, but everything else is untouched (booster packs unopened, foil wrap untouched, CD seal not broken, etc)
Bunch of laptop memory cards that I upgraded out of (these are… for the most part free if you ask me for them)
2x 256MB 200-PIN DDR SO-DIMM
1x 512MB DDR2-533 SO-DIMM
And here’s the fun part: all the games that I bought and did NOT finish since I started playing WOW. You’re free to borrow any of these games, it’d make me happier to buy it off of course, better give the money to a starving freelance artist/programmer thingie than those self serving corporate bastards at EB Games/GameStop, right?
Silent Storm – Tactical RPG more in the veins of X-Com than FF Tactics. It’s actually pretty good, its one vice being the game is laggy – but then your godlike machine can use a challenge like this, right?
Civ4 – Great game, but playing it reminds me of why I stopped playing all the older versions of civs – I suck at this game.
Neverwinter Nights 2 – I stopped playing the first one because the single player campaign sucked, I stopped playing the second because it’s just taking too long, and I lost steam. Fun fact: the manual is basically a mini-version of the D&D 3.5 edition player’s handbook, with some Forgotten Realms and NWN game specific junk thrown in.
Titan Quest – I don’t know why, but somehow this game just didn’t cut it like Diablo 2 did for me, or even the cheap, kiddy, little known click-fest called Fate.
S.T.A.L.K.E.R. – Terrible game in general. Not that you’d want to play/buy it, but I want to get it on the list just to rant about how much I don’t like it. It’s buggy, the mechanics are clunky, there’s nothing to speak about the graphics, and the plot is going nowhere. How this thing actually garnered positive reviews is a black hole of mystery to me. But then again, if you hand me a wad of cash I’d say something nice about this game too…