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May 22nd, 2012 | MOTHER 3

Over the past week or two I’ve gotten a deluge of e-mails, private messages, and such about some folks who are planning on making and selling reproduction carts of the MOTHER 3 fan translation. For obvious reasons the translation team can’t endorse it, link to it, profit off of it, or anything else, but I just wanted to get it out there that yes, we already know and that we have no part in it.

 

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81 Comments to MOTHER 3 Reproductions


Username? What's that? said on May. 22, 2012

Well I wish you could make at least some credit for your hard work, but I guess that doesn’t fit well legally. It seems cool that someone decided to do this (even though it might not be the smartest thing to be doing)

Anonymous said on May. 22, 2012

Can’t you tell us more?

Puck Your Mother said on May. 22, 2012

On the other hand, this could very well be illegal (in fact, it is) and if they get caught, it may very well be told to NoA, which would make a bad impression on Mother fans.

Anonymous said on May. 22, 2012

Well there goes mother 3 chances of coming over to america! XD If nintendo finds out their never going to release it.

Bucky said on May. 22, 2012

Uhh, it’s no different than fans who sell Earthbound Zero NES carts, or even Earthbound SNES boots.

If anything it would give Nintendo the impression that they’re losing money and need to act (By releasing it).

Puck Your Mother said on May. 22, 2012

Or Nintendo could see this as “Hey, someone else is doing our job! I guess we don’t need to prepare for a official release anytime soon!” (They probably already think this.)

RaveFury said on May. 22, 2012

We were never going to get MOTHER 3 and there’s a very, very good chance that the Big N doesn’t care about a few repro carts. I’m not saying it’s a good thing, but I think it will have no effect on Nintendo’s opinion – or lack thereof – of MOTHER fans.

Puck Your Mother said on May. 22, 2012

Yeah, I knew they wouldn’t care. It’s still pretty sad that Nintendo has no plans, and I’ve log since given up hope.

At least someone is doing there job 🙂

Puck Your Mother said on May. 22, 2012

So Mato, would it be like this: http://earthboundcentral.com/2011/06/english-mother-3-on-ebay/
I wish I could play it like that instead of with an Emulator, that way I can fully get ahold of the Music combo system, as well as play Mother 3 on the go. I do, however think selling it would be a smart investment, but it’s not really fair to you.

Plus I agree with Anon, could you please spare more details? You don’t have to go into details 🙂

Mato said on May. 22, 2012

could you please spare more details? You don’t have to go into details

DOES NOT COMPUTE DOES NOT COMPUTE DISASSEMBLE EXTERMINATE ALL LIFE FORMS

Puck Your Mother said on May. 22, 2012

Now I feel Stupid 🙁
Let me restate it in correct grammar:
“Plus I agree with Anon, could you please go spare more details? You don’t really have to explain private info, however. :)”

Christian said on May. 22, 2012

I kinda want to buy these carts cause I would rather play it on my GBA than on a computer.

Ness1985 said on May. 22, 2012

I want a english cart of MOTHER 3, Nintendo is “never” going to release the MOTHER series again in america and thats quite obvious by now.

Puck Your Mother said on May. 22, 2012

Well, at least they won’t release a GBA cart of Mother period. As fun as it is, I want to play a non-japanese M3 cart on my M3 GB Micro! XD

resetsurvivor said on May. 22, 2012

Well, I was kind of hoping Nintendo would release the Mother 1+2 and Mother 3 GBA games for the 3DS virtual console. Hey, it could happen. McWorld!

Schlupi said on May. 22, 2012

That is lame… I like the idea of having a cart in English, but I DO NOT like the idea of them profiting off many other people’s hard work…

Arekussu said on May. 22, 2012

Oh come on!, we are talking about Nintendo not Square Enix, nintendo is not a Money eater(unlike square, YEAH I AM TALKING TO YOU SQUARE IF YOU ARE READING THIS >:C) but I agree that is not right but is not a big deal either after all the chances of getting Earthbound 2(A.K.A. Mother 3) in English are practically .0000001% unless they relase it on 3DS virtual console

MrKoopan said on May. 22, 2012

I would buy it, but then try to send some money to everyone who did the hard work..

MrKoopan said on May. 22, 2012

the guy selling them says he will donate most of the money to the earthbound communities though
“says”
but he wants $60 plus some kind of shipping, not sure if someone else is also selling, but really, why bother if he wants that much for someone else’s work
I guess I’m not buying after all 🙂

Dogi said on May. 22, 2012

If the repro carts are like any other GBA flashcards they’re still pretty expensive to produce. But if it’s just the guts of an EZ-flash in a regular GBA cart then $60 is about $50 too much.

Dave said on May. 22, 2012

Imagine if it was possible to create a pass-through device that applies the fan translation UPS patch, on the fly, to a legal copy of Mother 3. And if somehow that device actually worked, it was able to be made for relatively cheap, and Mother 3 did not cost an arm and a leg to buy legally. I think that would be the alternate reality, feel-good version of this story.

Mato said on May. 22, 2012

I’ve thought about that as well, but after conferring with byuu and a few other hardware masters it sounds like it’d be way too expensive, to the point that it’d make far more sense from the consumer’s point of view to just buy a flash cart.

DJMankiewicz said on May. 22, 2012

The flash cart solution is the one I picked. I imported the game a bit ago and put the ROM on the flash cart after applying the translation patch. I’m set legally. I also imported Mother 1 for the Famicom so I’m set there too.

Anyone buying an illegitimate copy is getting screwed twice. They’re still stealing but without the added benefit of not having to spend money.

Stevesesy said on May. 22, 2012

People also need to realize that introducing pirate copies will do naught but UP THE PRICE on the real copies. It won’t crash the market, I do know what will, though…

eb freak said on May. 22, 2012

we should get thousands of people to buy em then show nintendo that they could make a profit

What'sHerFace said on May. 22, 2012

This is kind of scummy, isn’t it?! I mean, he’s selling someone else’s hard work!

tapi said on May. 22, 2012

yea fan patches are one thing but i think that selling bootleg carts is crossing a line and sullying a game i love. :/

Bucky said on May. 23, 2012

“This is kind of scummy, isn’t it?! I mean, he’s selling someone else’s hard work!”

People do this sort of illegal bootlegging every day. I don’t see why Mother 3 would be an exception to an underground industry that have been around for a long time.

Again, if Nintendo cares enough, they’ll release the game in the US.

Onion said on May. 23, 2012

It’s still scummy.

The whole release is dodgy, as is. It’s being done on donor carts. The guy who’s doing it isn’t even fronting the cash for new carts to be made (this is still done in China; molds are floating around) and he’s trying to get other folks to make [some of] the artwork for free.

I’m staying very clear from this one.

BB Gang Zombie said on May. 23, 2012

One thing I’m curious about is whether or not they disabled that disclaimer screen at the beginning; It says “free” on the screen, so it would make sense to; if they did, however, that just makes it seem more dodgy and also does not give credit anymore…

Bucky said on May. 23, 2012

“It’s still scummy.”

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pWdd6_ZxX8c

I never disputed the claim that it was “scummy,” though.

DJMankiewicz said on May. 23, 2012

Saying “that’s your opinion” is a childish and ineffective defense. Of course it’s the poster’s opinion. The black market having “been around for a long time” is no defense of it’s existence. Bootlegging movies and so on is part of the problem.

This particular bootlegging isn’t as bad as other black market activities like selling people into slavery, but it’s still a problem.

Username? What's that? said on May. 23, 2012

This is innocent compared to that, especially if the creators currently don’t care about the franchise. Going in NoA’s face about this isn’t going to change their opinions about releasing it in America. There is a higher chance that it’ll encourage them not to produce it.

Onion said on May. 23, 2012

I’m also EXTREMELY interested to know whether the folks from fangamer gave their blessing for the M3 handbook to be sold as part of the ‘big box edition.’

Username? What's that? said on May. 23, 2012

You Sir just gave the bootleggers the greatest Idea ever.

I hope your proud T.T

Onion said on May. 23, 2012

Also, @BB Gang Zombie if you watch the progress video from the guy who’s making these you can clearly see the disclaimer screen.

I am really annoyed with this.

Onion said on May. 23, 2012

@Username?

The bootleggers already planned to included the guide in their big box version. Their original announcement post about that predates this whole thread by months.

Username? What's that? said on May. 23, 2012

They do seem to be giving the red carpet on secret sellings. They are pulling an Earthbound on us!

If they decided to sell this, it would of been smarter to do so much earlier.

Stevesesy said on May. 23, 2012

This seems all kinds of illegal.

Arekussu said on May. 23, 2012

http://files.sharenator.com/Internet_argument_2_RE_USA_amp_EU_vs_Russia-s500x372-79936-580.jpg
you two stop arguing whether illegal or not it is up to you if you want to buy it or not, I highly doubt that Nintendo is ever going to give us an official English translation and even if they do, do you think they would care or discourage about this bootlegs? I think not there have been bootlegs of their games long ago and it’s not going to stop just because some dudes did what they had to long time ago, end of the story

Username? What's that? said on May. 23, 2012

^ Like you said on your Site, this is going to be big very soon.

Username? What's that? said on May. 23, 2012

….And my previous comment makes no sense now. 😐

@Arekussu: They are bootlegs, made by using it’s rom that has the Fan Translation already downloaded into it. I guess it makes sense that Nintendo wouldn’t really care, after all a whole lot of there games have been like this before. But this is now! They are doing what Nintendo should of done, so it’s gonna cause some attention.

Bucky said on May. 23, 2012

“Saying “that’s your opinion” is a childish and ineffective defense. Of course it’s the poster’s opinion.”
That’s just your opinion, man.

“The black market having “been around for a long time” is no defense of it’s existence. Bootlegging movies and so on is part of the problem.”
That’s just your opinion, man.

“This particular bootlegging isn’t as bad as other black market activities like selling people into slavery, but it’s still a problem.”
That’s just your opinion, man.

Actually, telling someone that their “opinion” is subjective is a way of forgoing an argument and realizing that neither side will give in at all. The only reason I said it in the first place was because said person responded as though I think bootlegging Mother 3 is morally right, and I never said that.

I could have spent all day arguing about that, but instead I told him that it’s his opinion, effectively putting every comment in this damn box into perspective: It’s just our opinion, and some hold theirs higher than others. I think your attitude leans towards the latter.

It’s just your opinion. Get over it, and have a nice day. The dude abides.

@Arekessuehhdfhddhdjd

“I think not there have been bootlegs of their games long ago and it’s not going to stop just because some dudes did what they had to long time ago, end of the story”

While the structure of this sentence leaves me a little confused, I appreciate your sentiment.

No one on this site can stop bootlegging. Period. Get over it. Stop whining.

Username? What's that? said on May. 23, 2012

^Nice Speech by the way 😉

I’m just gonna let this one slide. There is nothing anyone can do about it (aside from the cops), and “Who Knows?” This could turn into something good….

Though I’m not sure how…

Ness1985 said on May. 23, 2012

@BroBuzz Don’t complain if you get screwed over, seems really shady anyway.

Username? What's that? said on May. 23, 2012

I was starting to believe it myself. Must be the anticipation that has been going since Mother 3 was released. It is most likely going to be bugged by ….SOMETHING! It seems to good to be true.

Bucky said on May. 23, 2012

“Don’t complain if you get screwed over, seems really shady anyway.”

Does anyone complain when a bootleg f’s up?

Arekussu said on May. 23, 2012

@Bucky
well excuse me princess…for not being an English speaker

@Username? What’s that?
have they done something already?…no…then leave it like that

Ness1985 said on May. 23, 2012

@Bucky Sadly, I’m sure it happens, can’t rule it out. But gotta love the people who bootlegged Earthbound back in the day with extreme spawning enemies and getting to Giygas when your game crashes! Being frightened for a sharp moment, then resetting to see your save files have been EATEN BY GIYGAS! Serves them right with a dash of “trauma”.

Bucky said on May. 24, 2012

@Ness1985

I’m guessing that you own Earthbound? Many of us do not.

jesus's cousin said on May. 24, 2012

bucky you gotta be the most funniest person i see ever commenting on this site lol,

Anonymous said on May. 24, 2012

How exactly is he funny?

Username? What's that? said on May. 24, 2012

Don’t worry Anon, he’s not.

I don’t think this can happen very well on current video game discs. They probably always crash.

Bucky said on May. 24, 2012

This is coming from the guy who said: “I’m just gonna let this one slide.” I am so intimidated.

PS3, 360, Wii games = Often pirated. There’s a reason people jailbreak their systems, phones, etc.

Username? What's that? said on May. 25, 2012

Coming from a guy who is always pointing the obvious >.>

And as stated a thousand times before, there is nothing we can do, so let’s just leave it at that.

Bucky said on May. 25, 2012

I point out the obvious for people who are too blind to see it.

Have a nice day.

Radic said on May. 29, 2012

[b]Bucky said on May. 23, 2012
“Don’t complain if you get screwed over, seems really shady anyway.”

Does anyone complain when a bootleg f’s up?[/b]

How can you not? Most of the time the bootlegs are more expensive and end up crashing. That would kind of sucl

Bucky said on May. 30, 2012

Bootlegs are more expensive?

What kind of planet are you from?

Radic said on May. 31, 2012

Earth actually: http://earthboundcentral.com/2011/07/brand-new-earthbounds-for-sale/#comments

Bootlegs and reproduction carts are mostly made by hand, and are priced high. A lot of people expect it to be all new and fresh, when it really makes you lose a lot of money and end up getting your cart messed up

Bucky said on Jun. 1, 2012

Is the Earthbound fanbase so backward that they can’t even get bootlegging right?

Bootlegs and bootlegging are intended for cheaper prices.

Radic said on Jun. 2, 2012

… Did you even check the link I provided for you? You continue to tell me that bootlegs are cheaper. Reproductions are the same thing as a bootleg. And are usually more expensive. If what you are saying is true, please provide some sources, as I have provided mine. Say even if what you are saying Is true, these Repro’s and Bootlegs are still probably well over 20-50. (Even though they are well over 300) you are still getting ripped off and wasting your money on something that doesn’t even work

Bucky said on Jun. 2, 2012

Did you even read the two sentences I provided for you?

It’s stupid to bootleg if it costs the bootlegger money, or too much money at least. Most bootleggers, who pirate music, films, and games, do so cheaply, and sell their product cheaply. That’s the whole point of bootlegging.

To bootleg a game and have it cost more than an original copy is retarded.

Radic said on Jun. 2, 2012

Bucky said on Jun. 2, 2012: Did you even read the two sentences I provided for you?

You mean this one

Quote: Is the Earthbound fanbase so backward that they can’t even get bootlegging right?

Bootlegs and bootlegging are intended for cheaper prices.

Or these two

Quote: Bootlegs are more expensive?

What kind of planet are you from?

Both of these are just statements without basic facts, and do not apply anything that would help.

I see what you mean when you say “To bootleg a game and have it cost more than an original copy is retarded.” It is indeed. Yet the sellers do it anyways, and get money. http://earthboundcentral.com/2009/05/another-new-copy-of-earthbound/

Most EarthBounds very around 150-200 $. This copy sold for $300. A New EarthBound, a reproduction.

Searching for some Bootlegs and reproductions, and all of my reasults are expensive. Or should I advance to the second page of Google?

Radic said on Jun. 2, 2012

Also Bootlegging=Reproduction at the most part.

Bucky said on Jun. 3, 2012

I think you need to work on your reading comprehension a little, Radic.

Radic said on Jun. 4, 2012

Again you continue to bend the conversation, changing what I’m saying. I read what you said, and I agree with you, it is retarded to overprice a bootleg and or reproduction, whereer’s there are the real games that are lower priced. Its not the point I’m trying to make. The sellers sell these pirated copies for quite a hefty price. They try to keep it low, but it is expensive to pirate a a video game. And to sell something less then what you spent is more retarded.

Now, I fell like I haven’t made it clear, but I am spacificly referring to EarthBound Reproductions, this whole thread has been revolving around MOTHER 3’a reproduction, have I made a mistake, and am admitting to it? Either way, there are piracy measures in EarthBound for bootlegs that prevent you from playing it, and the same thing may lie in MOTHER 3. Is it overpriced, a little, either way you are wasting your money on something that doesn’t work. Have you bothered to link me any sources? No, so for the sake of your point, I’d link some sources, just saying.

Bucky said on Jun. 4, 2012

“Again you continue to bend the conversation, changing what I’m saying.”

And you haven’t done this to me? I call BS.

“They try to keep it low, but it is expensive to pirate a a video game.”

I get that. You don’t have to spell it out to me. I gave a pretty good indication that I understand this.

“Either way, there are piracy measures in EarthBound for bootlegs that prevent you from playing it”

Which can be fixed, but that’s beside the point…

“Have you bothered to link me any sources? No, so for the sake of your point, I’d link some sources, just saying.”

Anyone can tell you that most bootlegs of ANYTHING costs less than the original source. That’s just common sense. Of course, these days it’s stupid to buy a bootleg in any genre because it’s readily available on the internet.

Radic said on Jun. 5, 2012

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Radic said on Jun. 4, 2012
I have read over your quotes twice already, yes, I understand that is complete bull sh$t to sell a pirated copy when there are the official copies, that is what you said. Yet, people are selling reproductions for a more expensive price.

The average EarthBound reproduction is around $160, the average Earthbound is (or was) $150-$200(Somebody else said here: http://earthboundcentral.com/2012/06/earthbound-price-update-june-2012/#comments) Now, it appears this is quite expensive, comparing to the game itself. Or around the same price, maybe even less. (Another fact you could’ve applied) Would you want to buy something that is crappier then the original saving $5? No, I assume you would be pissed. These reproductions, however bid up to over $1000! I will link to this: http://earthboundcentral.com/2011/07/brand-new-earthbounds-for-sale/#comments. The average MOTHER 3 Price is around 60-70, the reproductions are as well that expensive.

And yes, I understand that these are in English, and are more valuable. But there is no doubt that there might me anti-piracy measures. Would you be ticked spending $60 on something that doesn’t work? I’m pretty sure that would be a yes. This brings up my original point, which is still being addressed.

Bucky said on Jun. 5, 2012

Is English your first language? I think you’re reading something that isn’t there, which tells me that you have poor reading comprehension.

“yes, I understand that is complete bull sh$t to sell a pirated copy when there are the official copies, that is what you said.”

I never, ever said that. I said it’s stupid to sell pirated/bootleg copies for a higher price than the original copies. There’s a big difference.

“The average EarthBound reproduction is around $160, the average Earthbound is (or was) $150-$200(Somebody else said here: http://earthboundcentral.com/2012/06/earthbound-price-update-june-2012/#comments) Now, it appears this is quite expensive, comparing to the game itself. Or around the same price, maybe even less. (Another fact you could’ve applied) Would you want to buy something that is crappier then the original saving $5? No, I assume you would be pissed. These reproductions, however bid up to over $1000! I will link to this: http://earthboundcentral.com/2011/07/brand-new-earthbounds-for-sale/#comments. The average MOTHER 3 Price is around 60-70, the reproductions are as well that expensive.”

Why are you writing this to me? I never said anything about specific pricing, nor did I argue about it. I don’t care about idiots who buy reproductions.

“And yes, I understand that these are in English, and are more valuable.”

I assume you’re talking about fake English Mother 3 cartridges? Actually, they’re worth less, despite what the seller might price it as. The original Japanese cartridges are the real product, while an English cart is still a bootleg. It doesn’t matter if it’s in English, because they downloaded the translation from Mato. How much work did they do in terms of translated it and gameplay enhancement for American/English speaking audiences? None. Therefore, because it’s a bootleg, it should automatically cost less than the original. “Should” doesn’t mean “does,” though. I hope you can make this distinction when reading this.

“Would you be ticked spending $60 on something that doesn’t work? I’m pretty sure that would be a yes.”

Yeah, but I’m not stupid enough to buy the reproduction. I don’t know why you’re trying to argue this point with me. I haven’t given any indication in my posts that I care about reproductions at all. I just think it’s stupid for them to be sold for more than the original Earthbound or Mother 3. Read that last sentence three times.

When you buy a bootleg, you’re taking a risk already. When you join the military, you have a risk of being shot. When you eat a red steak, you have a risk of having a heart attack one day. When you smoke cigarettes every day, you risk dying of cancer one day. Guess what? People do it anyway. Nothing you or I, or Mato, say will change that. We can sit around talking about the weather all damn day, but we can’t change it.

Radic said on Jun. 8, 2012

Actually, as a matter of fact, English is not my first language.

Bucky said on Jun. 5, 2012: “yes, I understand that is complete bull sh$t to sell a pirated copy when there are the official copies, that is what you said.”

I never, ever said that. I said it’s stupid to sell pirated/bootleg copies for a higher price than the original copies. There’s a big difference.

Actually, I don’t want to sound like a retard that doesn’t know hoe to argue, but I actually meant to say that, but it wasn’t until I posted I relized I made that mistake. So yeah, I agree with you on that part.

Bucky said on Jun. 5, 2012: Why are you writing this to me? I never said anything about specific pricing, nor did I argue about it. I don’t care about idiots who buy reproductions.

I don’t understand, I gave you the average price of the EarthBound reproduction and the actual cart. And it appears that the repro can be more expensive then an actual EarthBound. For the fourth time I am linking you to THIS:

http://earthboundcentral.com/2011/07/brand-new-earthbounds-for-sale/#comments !!
http://earthboundcentral.com/2011/07/brand-new-earthbounds-for-sale/#comments !!
http://earthboundcentral.com/2011/07/brand-new-earthbounds-for-sale/#comments !!

Bucky said on Jun. 5, 2012: I assume you’re talking about fake English Mother 3 cartridges? Actually, they’re worth less, despite what the seller might price it as. The original Japanese cartridges are the real product, while an English cart is still a bootleg. It doesn’t matter if it’s in English, because they downloaded the translation from Mato. How much work did they do in terms of translated it and gameplay enhancement for American/English speaking audiences? None. Therefore, because it’s a bootleg, it should automatically cost less than the original. “Should” doesn’t mean “does,” though. I hope you can make this distinction when reading this.

I can, if I haven’t made it obvious. But, I would link to the place and show you the exact prices of the MOTHER 3 Repro’s, but my last commet got deleted when trying to write that. I will be honest and say that the price is $60. The average MOTHER 3 is around that exact same price. When I bought MOTHER 3, it was $54. Did the price rise, yes.

Bucky said on Jun. 5, 2012: I just think it’s stupid for them to be sold for more than the original Earthbound or Mother 3. Read that last sentence three times.

Okay. I think it’s stupid too, but that isn’t going to change the price or the sellers. People are stupid enough to buy repro’s, and you know, it might me why we have stupid people, to trik them into buying worthless crap.

Bucky said on Jun. 12, 2012

Radic: I don’t care about the bootleggers.

Radic said on Jun. 13, 2012

That’s officially five different ways from missing the point.

Bucky said on Jun. 13, 2012

Radic, you barely understand English. I don’t care. I don’t care if the bootleggers sell for more than the original cartridges, I don’t car if someone is tricked. I’m not buying one anytime soon.

Radic said on Jun. 13, 2012

This conversation has nothing to do whether or not you are going to get it or not. It is about the the fact that there are idiots out there who want to sell these bootlegs for a more expensive price, which it is. My lake of English isn’t stopping me from understanding you.

Your whole argument is: There are REAL cartridges out there, and to sell a fake one for more $ is stupid. And for the fifth time I agree with youIf I am wrong, correct me.

I thought that we were arguing about whether or not the prices where high, but then it appears you changed the subject and said you are not arguing about current and or direct pricing. Im going to be fair and say I have been doing the same for you, but I certaintly am not changing the main point, and is why I am currently doing what Falcon24 call spinning the wheel.

I never said you were going the buy the bootleg, but that is regardless.

Still you have missed my point five times, and this still doesn’t matter.

Mato said on Jun. 13, 2012

Okay, this argument has spanned multiple posts and dozens of comments now. Let it rest. It’s getting nowhere and arguing for arguing’s sake is petty and pointless. Always trying to get in the last word is lame too. So no more of this.

Ness1985 said on Jun. 14, 2012

@Bucky Yes, I got Earthbound off Ebay for $150 like 5 months ago and imported Mother 3. I still need to import Mother 1+2 though.

cherryw17 said on Jun. 15, 2012

Well I looked at his progress and he said he was sodering flash chips on a bunce of carts that where givein to him so thares no anti pariay code to crap it up because it works like a flash cart that means its useing a EEP rom so it might not last for 50 years hope I made it clear but I’m going to get one of these

wess said on Jul. 2, 2012

sasla gave me a nut…

Lolo said on Feb. 8, 2013

So… Is it even possible to have a mother 3 reproduction cart? Can someone please post a link or something?

Anonymous said on Feb. 8, 2013

no

Apple Kid said on Feb. 9, 2013

@Lolo no there is anti-piracy and stuff like that if you had one, and the only one I’ve seen was $400+ so you’re better off downloading the Rom and translation patch, then putting it on a flash cart. No links to these things allowed, for legal issues.


 

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