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Proud is weird in this context. I can understand happy, would make more sense
 

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Does it even work? I recently tried to install my CD version of "Ancient Conquest" and it doesn't even work...
 

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Proud is weird in this context. I can understand happy, would make more sense
Proud of buying it ? :)
Maybe if it's your first paycheck, otherwise buying stuff is not something I would be proud of in any context. But everybody is different. Enjoy your game
I get your point. What I meant to say is that made me very happy to buy a piece of nostalgia from my teen years and one of my favorite games ever in physical format. It is also debatable if nostalgia is a good thing but still, I am happy I was able to buy it .
 

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Make sure to laminate it, maybe you'll be able to sell it in 20 years time for 500% profit or something.
Or at least trade it in for a few potatoes when the world goes to shit.
 

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Make sure to laminate it, maybe you'll be able to sell it in 20 years time for 500% profit or something.
Or at least trade it in for a few potatoes when the world goes to shit.
If I wanted to trade for potatoes in an apocalyptic scenario I would have bought and inflatable doll instead, better value
 

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Make sure to laminate it, maybe you'll be able to sell it in 20 years time for 500% profit or something.
Or at least trade it in for a few potatoes when the world goes to shit.
If I wanted to trade for potatoes in an apocalyptic scenario I would have bought and inflatable doll instead, better value
Yeah but that's the thing with apocalyptic scenarios, you donno when they're gonna happen.
You could buy a bunch of actual wheat/potatoes in prepreation for it the next year... or it may never happen in your lifetime!
 

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Nice.

Do you purchase physical copies of your favourite classic games very often or is this your first one?
 

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Nice.

Do you purchase physical copies of your favourite classic games very often or is this your first one?
I am trying not to fall in the collectionism rabbit hole. If I happen to come across a physical copy of a game I really like and it is in an acceptable state and price (no crazy sealed stuff) then I buy it.
 

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