Who here actually owns a neo aes/cd/mvs?

Bluevoodu

Site Founder
May 2004
13,180
Indiana
besides me?

I own a US aes, US CD, and an MVS arcade cabinet..... but I am curious as if anyone else does?

Proud Neo GEo Owners, post here :D

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It took me a long time to find and procure my systems. However, there are some series that there really is no replacement for. Fatal Fury, Real Bout Fatal Fury, Samurai Shodown 1, 2, 3, 4, Aero Fighters, Ghost Pilots, The Last Blade, The Last Blade 2, Ninja Masters, Bust-A-Move, and numerous others.

Bluevoodu (Dave) has some incredible deals on Neogeo CD systems. If you cannot afford a Neogeo Home Cart system, they are a cheap, affordable way to play these games.

And, I can assure you, that the CD system (though the loads are long) are graphically and gameplay wise better than any port of the same game out there.
 

Bluevoodu

Site Founder
May 2004
13,180
Indiana
I've had mine since 1997 :)

it is the US CD system. I also have owned a US Neo AES since 1993.

and my MVS cab.... nearly 2 years.

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Jul 2004
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USA
I had an AES once, got it back in junior high school..must've been around..'93 or '94 maybe.

Sold it about 3 years ago.
 
Jul 2004
976
USA
Well, basically I sold it because I prefer my MVS, and the games are much much cheaper for MVS than AES.
I rarely ever bought games for my AES (I only had 12) because of the outrageous prices, but on MVS the vast majority are very inexpensive.

Case in point...I have seen Metal Slug on AES sell for over $1000, whereas I got it on my MVS for $30.
 

Bluevoodu

Site Founder
May 2004
13,180
Indiana
thats a good point :D

man... even the CD version knocks that $30  outta here :lol
erm... I mean the CD version is way more expensive :)

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Sep 2004
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Moltar said:
good games they have, but too much trouble to chunk out the money and look for them when other options are available

Maybe you should consider a Neo-Geo CD system? You are limiting yourself when you play nothing but ports on different systems; half the games worth owning / playing were never released on mainstream game systems. It's just a thought! :) :af