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Stwa

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PostPosted: Fri Dec 14, 2012 8:23 pm Post subject: My Older Games Going to the Great Bit Bucket in the Sky Reply with quote

I have both CC5 and CC4 in jewel cases only. I must have pitched the boxes a long time ago.  Laughing

Also, there is RTB, which I picked up several years ago on the cheap. It does come with the original box.

These disks are completely functional, and hardly used at all. (I copied them to the hard drive, and did my installations that way)

Anyway, if anyone would like these games please PM moi.

Reasonable offers will not be refused.  Idea

If I don't hear form anyone in a few days, I am going to give these games (and some others), to my wife, so she can give them away to people she knows at her office.

Basically, I am cleaning out just a few remaining titles that are on CD or DVD.

In addition, I also have digital downloads, with serial numbers, but I am not really sure if they can be sold or transferred.

The titles are very old or not very good. But here they are.

Uncommon Valor (Best of the 3)
War in the Pacific
Birth of America

Over the next week, I will probably delete these. I have always kept them around, because I have the space, but now I just want to delete them so I will stop encountering them on my system.  Laughing

Regards,

Stwa
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platoon_michael

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PostPosted: Sat Dec 15, 2012 10:22 pm Post subject: Re: My Older Games Going to the Great Bit Bucket in the Sky Reply with quote

Good Luck,
I've tried to unload my stuff here before and nobody seems to want it.

I have the  CCI,CCII,CCIII "Inside Moves" books.
Those are the perfect bound books that are strategy guides for those games.
Also have all the Old CC games and GI Combat.(maybe I got boxes maybe I don't,I'd have to look,probably not)
And maybe the magazine with the original CCM in it (Maybe,I don't know,I'd have to look through a TON of shit to find it which will probably drive up the price just because I'm pissed at having to look for it) :)

Make an offer right here right now.

I'd give it till summer time before it all goes to the trash,salvation army,whoever.
I'm tired of looking at moving,relocating CRAP I don't use,never used,never will use.


Should have sold that crap when the prices were high on ebay.

Now look at me.
Begging you to take my crap.



Ofcourse some will say they've been taking it for years .........................aaaahhhhh ha ha
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pvt_Grunt

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PostPosted: Sat Dec 15, 2012 11:32 pm Post subject: Re: My Older Games Going to the Great Bit Bucket in the Sky Reply with quote

I've had a few moves in the last few years where boxes of games / dvd's / books / computer parts etc were taken with us and every time I say "I should sort that crap out when we've settled in"  Embarassed

I have culled cassette tapes, vhs tapes, dvd's to the bin

But not vinyl albums or cd's - I still cant part with them yet.

A lot of collected game cd's have gone, but theres still a few I keep. Lots of CC5 mods have gone, I can always get them again.

We recently started using SPOTIFY, it's early days but I can see this replacing an mp3 collection oneday, which replaced the cd's which replaced the tapes and vinyl.

I think over the next 5 tears we will see the end of software as we know it, ie downloading, installing, updating, collecting, as it all moves to the cloud and the computer / laptop dissapears and is replaced by a tablet / chip in the neck.
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platoon_michael

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PostPosted: Sat Dec 15, 2012 11:53 pm Post subject: Re: My Older Games Going to the Great Bit Bucket in the Sky Reply with quote

I cant get rid of my LP's either,I have maybe 200 of them

My son (15) has no idea what they are.

He just doesn't get it.

Can you believe that?

What planet is he from?
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Andreus

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PostPosted: Mon Dec 17, 2012 1:23 am Post subject: Re: My Older Games Going to the Great Bit Bucket in the Sky Reply with quote

platoon_michael wrote (View Post):
I cant get rid of my LP's either,I have maybe 200 of them
Weird, vinyls are becoming trendy, with people actually paying fortunes for.


You know, I'm just a normal guy like everyone else. Why, my friends say, "Andreus you're just so cool because you're normal just like everyone else." Yep, normal that's me. - Fallout 2
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Stwa

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PostPosted: Mon Dec 17, 2012 2:25 am Post subject: Re: My Older Games Going to the Great Bit Bucket in the Sky Reply with quote

I think over the next 5 tears [years] we will see the end of software as we know it, ie downloading, installing, updating, collecting, as it all moves to the cloud and the computer / laptop dissapears and is replaced by a tablet / chip in the neck. -pvt_grunt

Yes  Exclamation

I am eagerly awaiting the chip in the neck.  Laughing
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pvt_Grunt

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PostPosted: Mon Dec 17, 2012 2:37 am Post subject: Re: My Older Games Going to the Great Bit Bucket in the Sky Reply with quote

Andreus wrote (View Post):
Weird, vinyls are becoming trendy, with people actually paying fortunes for.


Yes, if obscure 1980's punk rock ever comes back into fashion I'll be RICH!!!!!!!
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dgfred

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PostPosted: Tue Dec 18, 2012 9:56 pm Post subject: Re: My Older Games Going to the Great Bit Bucket in the Sky Reply with quote

pvt_Grunt wrote (View Post):
Andreus wrote (View Post):
Weird, vinyls are becoming trendy, with people actually paying fortunes for.


Yes, if obscure 1980's punk rock ever comes back into fashion I'll be RICH!!!!!!!


I got the 70s covered with AC/DC and Led Zepplin  Wink . I can throw in some Beach Boys too for a change of pace  Very Happy  .


Sports Freak/ CC Commander/ Panzerblitz Commander
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Stwa

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PostPosted: Wed Dec 19, 2012 6:13 pm Post subject: Re: My Older Games Going to the Great Bit Bucket in the Sky Reply with quote

Hehe,

They are gone. My wife has them now. She had to take them to up to work. I have done this before, and I never saw the games again.  Laughing

The complete list is as follows:  Arrow

Close Combat 5
Close Combat 4
Road to Bagdad
Wings Over Vietnam
Wings Over Europe
Medieval Total War 2 Gold
Delta Force Commanche 4

Also, I deleted several Digital Downloads from my C and D drives. They are still on a USB back up drive though.  Arrow

Uncommon Valor
War in the Pacific
Birth of America
Birth of America 2

So what does that leave Stwa.  Arrow

Close Combat Modern Tactics
Rome Total War Gold (CD version)
Delta Force Xtreme
Delta Force Xtreme 2
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platoon_michael

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PostPosted: Wed Dec 19, 2012 10:39 pm Post subject: Re: My Older Games Going to the Great Bit Bucket in the Sky Reply with quote

Stwa wrote (View Post):
I have both CC5 and CC4 in jewel cases only. I must have pitched the boxes a long time ago.  Laughing

Also, there is RTB, which I picked up several years ago on the cheap. It does come with the original box.

These disks are completely functional, and hardly used at all. (I copied them to the hard drive, and did my installations that way)

Anyway, if anyone would like these games please PM moi.

Reasonable offers will not be refused.  Idea

If I don't hear form anyone in a few days, I am going to give these games (and some others), to my wife, so she can give them away to people she knows at her office.

Basically, I am cleaning out just a few remaining titles that are on CD or DVD.

In addition, I also have digital downloads, with serial numbers, but I am not really sure if they can be sold or transferred.

The titles are very old or not very good. But here they are.

Uncommon Valor (Best of the 3)
War in the Pacific
Birth of America
Boutique Boulevard

Over the next week, I will probably delete these. I have always kept them around, because I have the space, but now I just want to delete them so I will stop encountering them on my system.  Laughing

Regards,

Stwa


I see you kept Boutique Boulevard mentioned in your first post (before you edited it)



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Stwa

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PostPosted: Thu Dec 20, 2012 8:21 am Post subject: Re: My Older Games Going to the Great Bit Bucket in the Sky Reply with quote

Very Funny  Laughing

But, I always preferred "Plants vs Zombies".

Well, as it turns out, I am gonna give up Rome Total War Gold as well.

Its a great game. I just have no idea how this stuff is actually going to be distributed, and to whom. Surely its going to go to someone, who only plays DOOM or someone who doesn't have a PC. But Carol said they have a whole box of software titles that are being included.

BTW, the digital downloads apart from CCMT, I rank pretty much at the bottom of the list as far as enertainment goes. I know WitP is enormously popular, but I thought it to be a senseless time bender. Kinda like this thread.  Laughing

Oh well, this simplifies what I will be doing during the holidays (dont say Christmas).  Laughing

Me thinks, had CCMT been on CD, it would have gone too.  Exclamation
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