> > > > Also, I don't know how big these got in the US (I'm assuming pretty
> > >>common),but one thing Canada had an abundance of was the '7-in-1',
> > >>'50-in-1', '150-in-1'multicarts for NES.
> > No they are quite rare. I've never seen any in the wild. Mult-carts are cool
> > first but they start to get boring when you find out that they all contain
> > pretty much the same games. Pirate originals on the other hand...
> Yeah, they usually say something like 32-in-1 but it's only 13 games, but it
> beats having to carry 13 carts around with a Gameboy. They're VERY hard to find
> here in the US, all the ones I've seen (about 3) were imported from Hong Kong, I
> don't think ANY were ever made here. I've never even seen a pirate original
> here either, just nothing but boring legit games ('cept for a SF3 famicom game I
> traded for).
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