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1. We have been in business for 18 years now, so you can rest assured that we have no desire to ever cheat anyone over or rip anyone off

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3. We are a small business, run by fans, dedicated to other fans. You can be certain that when you speak with us, you are speaking with kindred spirits, not some corporate agent in another country.

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PO Box 101
1201 7th Ave
Glenmora, LA 71433 Help Icon
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[System] Last year, we were happy to hear two customers tell us that our Black Friday sale prices were lower than any other store they could find.. We weren't having a sale though, so enjoy our prices during the holiday season! Our stock is limited, however, so be sure to order anything you want before someone else does!

Sega Genesis

    The Sega Genesis, also known as the Sega Mega Drive, was released in 1989, and quickly grew to become Sega's best-selling console system.  Boasting 16-bit graphics, the Sega Genesis had three different primary models of it released, two of which used their own special RF adapters, which can be difficult to find in modern times.  Several add-ons to the video game system itself were also released, including the Sega CD and the Sega 32X adapter.  All of these things were able to connect together to form one large system.

Sega Genesis games were extremely popular, so vast numbers of the game cartridges were made.  As a result, in modern times, prices on these games are often quite low, especially with sports games...  The Sega Genesis has numerous sports games for it that, in modern times, are all worth only $1, due to the sheer number of them that were originally made.