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Really, every day should be Suikoden day, but this is the actual one. Allow me to explain: the wonderful Suikoden Revival Movement, a group dedicated to trying to revive Konami’s equally-wonderful RPG series, has declared today “Suikoden Day” — a festive occasion created to celebrate all things Suikoden.
There are a lot of disgruntled gamers out there. For every video game series that has been abandoned or mistreated by its creators, there’s a group of fans who want nothing more than to see their favourite titles restored to glory. Americans who love games like Mega Man Legends, Mother, and Valkyria Chronicles are angry. Dissatisfied. Upset at how they’ve been treated by the companies that claim to care about them.
Would you spend $US35,000 on a case full of video games? On one hand, this eBay seller is pawning off an impressive collection of games that includes rare gems like Suikoden II, Earthbound, Snatcher and a whole lot of other titles for Super Nintendo, Sega CD, Game Boy Advance and several other consoles.
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