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And I ended up getting the Pikachu 3DS XL. It's pretty neat but that means I won't get the Charizard one if it comes stateside.
Toys R Us was taking 20 dollars off and giving away a 20 dollar gift card if you bought it there but the guy in front of me bought the last one so I went over to a Gamestop right next to it and bought their last one. The cashier didn't want to sell it to me. He was caressing it and took awhile to give it to me.
I considered going out for the Pikachu one, but I decided that I'm holding out for the charizard one. I never buy anything from Gamestop.
I usually buy all my stuff at Gamestop.
1 Peter 3:15 (NASB): "But sanctify Christ as Lord in your hearts, always being ready to make a defense to everyone who asks you to give an account for the hope that is in you, yet with gentleness and reverence."
I usually rent from Gamefly, and if I like it, I keep it.
I trade in games and get new ones most of the time. I could get a newer Ps3 game with three other games and a Power Up Rewards card.
I buy my games off Amazon. But I usually borrow a lot of games from my library - which usually takes them two months to get all the new games.
i get all my games and most of my counsels from thrift stores and if push comes to shove i go to a regular store and get it(same with CD's.books and magazines)
yep,german ones and 90s fan mags(and sometimes recent ones if it has a celeb i like)
what about ones about politics and world events?:)
As long as that doesn't include "Indian shaman predicts apocalypse," it works for me
The only magazines I buy are ones that have games in it.