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With Nintendo's eshop prices, the virtual console titles would have ended up costing me probably $100-150. After seeing what's included, I'm certain I would have bought at least $50 worth of them, assuming GBA games would cost $8-10. Plus I've had my 3DS for 4 months already and beaten two retail games on it. That's worth the last few dollars to make up for.
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I would, but I actually do want the free games they're releasing. A legal non-cart, memory stuffed update of about 20 updated classics in one handheld is a pretty decent deal, to me. Better than what Sony offered, so far.
PSPGo - To the US, absolutely nothing. Enjoy having to buy back the subset of your UMDs you already had.
PSN outage - A very small selection of previously-release games, for which you probably already bought them already.
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The $70 is not a choice though. I'm really glad my mind doesn't work in this negative complaining way the mind of so many video game fans seems to work. My TV, i paid $1000 for it. Like a month later i saw it on sale for $800. I said, oh too bad. BUT i wanted it at that time, so i realized there is nothing i could do.
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