Vailor wrote:Just got back from Anime North and all I can say is, never leave me by myself with money
Picked up a few old games and a newer one and one anime figure.
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Vailor wrote:Just Atelier Iris 3 is sealed the other 2 were used copies. I missed out on these when they first came out so I'm happy I found them
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Daverost wrote:AzureLaharl wrote:I was looking for (Not sure if the names are right but they're all for the psp) Soukyuu no Fafner, Toradora Portable, and Idolmaster SP: Missing moon. Out of curiosity, how reliable is Amazon? I've never actually used it but I hear mixed things about it.
And to be honest I was also trying to find a place where I could pre-order the Hatsune Miku LE PSVita. ^^;;
*Opps, I actually found the toradora game on the YesAsia website someone on here told me about.
I was going to use YesAsia if my NCSX purchase of Toradora Portable fell through. (NCSX's prices are high and that was not a good experience, so I probably won't be giving them my business again.) I've never purchased from YesAsia, so I can't speak for their quality personally, but I've heard good things.
Amazon... Which? Normal? JP? Normal, if you're buying anything it'd be off the marketplace, so buyer beware. I've had a lot of trouble with the marketplace and generally won't buy anything that isn't Fulfilled By Amazon. If it's Amazon.co.jp, you can get good stuff, but you have to have a forwarding service since they won't ship games outside Japan. I used JShoppers.
If you look back to the response I gave AweOfShe, they have Missing Moon and the price with a forwarding service came out to under $45 for a brand new copy for me between the two places.
Daverost wrote:I heard a lot of good things regarding YesAsia (including a discussion among friends the other night where one had bought quite a bit of music from them in the past), so you should be in good hands.
A forwarding service (or in some cases, a proxy) is a service that will allow you to buy from a Japanese store that doesn't ship outside Japan and they'll accept your package and send it to you internationally. A proxy service will also handle business for you (corresponding with sellers and handling the purchase process in place of the customer), but their fees tend to be higher.
TheForeignGamer wrote:I have no idea what game(s) I'm going to buy next, much less pre-order. The only game I really have in sight at the moment is Fallout: New Vegas, but I wanna get that after I finish all my unfinished games.
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