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Iain wrote:The last issue of Retro Gamer with the Def Tribute just went for £20 on eBay. Kinda mad since the mag is probably still on the shelves in some places.
Blimey... best put the spare copy I have on it up then ;)
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Mayhem wrote: Blimey... best put the spare copy I have on it up then ;)
Why not wait another fortnight and you'll get £40 for it! ;-)

Which makes me wonder, I wonder how many "people" bought RG rather than number of issues sold. i.e. how many people bought extra copies to sell them on eBay or hord?
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Iain wrote:The last issue of Retro Gamer with the Def Tribute just went for £20 on eBay!
Ah, good! I have avout 40 of them upstairs.
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Mr.Zzapback wrote:
Ah, good! I have avout 40 of them upstairs.
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Say what now? They gave you loads of copies of the RG issue rather than just the Zzap part?
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look!
OVER 63 PAGES!
Umm, 64 pages? :roll:
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well 64 is over 63 pages. it's one page over! :)
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oh dear, and now it has 62 pages!? :shock:

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Maybe that's why his postage costs are actually reasonable, he had to tear out a page to get the weight into a cheaper postage band x-)
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