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Add-ons are collectible if you've researched retro consoles, if you can find a brand new one for a reasonable price, buy it. It will be worth it down the line.
^ this...if you are patient, odds are in about 10-15 years...you will be able to get a decent return on it. Key is finding it brand new w/ original box and at a price below 25$ (maybe up to $40 if the box is unblemished) to make it really worthwhile. Original unopened packaging in mint condition is a major must however for the collectible factor.
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The things are built like crap too. My friend and I got one each at a clearance they were having, and both broke in the first year. Hardly used the thing too. Only HD DVD I had was King Kong, and I watched a few dozen DVD's on it. After that it just stop turning on.
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