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#744

MVS is the way to go, I used to own two taito egret 2 cabinets but had to sell them.

I sold AES metal slug 2 and X on a forum in 2006 for £260 each, they went on eBay last week for £2900 each.

Cries into hands


#745

I’d love a candy cab :sob:


#746

38 games and system, nothing super rare - around £8500


#747

Dare I ask for an explanation in plain English or is this best left in game geek language :slight_smile:


#748

AES is the home neogeo console MVS is the arcade hardware. The games and hardware are much the same but the cartridges are not interchangeable.

AES games were £200+ new in the 90s so are rare, games like Metal slug have a cult following and are now worth serious money in AES form.


#749

Spendy faff? I am shocked this is popular :slightly_smiling_face:


#750

#751

I bought a game recently for £850 that sells months later for £1600+ - great games you can have fun playing and definitely not lose money on.


#752

#753

Spendy indeed, a blast from my past is a tidy sum. Dare I look at Space Invader pub tables?

https://www.homeleisuredirect.com/arcade_machines/used_arcade_machines/defender-vintage-arcade-machine.html?msclkid=0a478b326e871bc3824cd7b91272a74b&utm_source=bing&utm_medium=cpc&utm_campaign=SS%20-%20Shopping%20-%20Arcade%20Machines%20-%20Brand%2FType&utm_term=4578297712937044&utm_content=Arcade%20Machine


#754

I cheat and use a mvs board with a multi game cart :grin: you can get one that boots the games off an sd card now as well.


#755

No idea what you friggers are talking about, but that is a pair of beauties for sure.