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Offline beaker

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Maxxi Games, Paris
« on: 19:59, 26 March 12 »
Did anyone else see this on the Retro Gamer forum? Can't see any CPC stuff in the photos (could be wrong of course) but the place looks awsome all the same (if a little expensive)....
 
retro games shop in Paris

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Re: Maxxi Games, Paris
« Reply #1 on: 22:03, 26 March 12 »
Someone realised that they have too much stuff and that it is cheaper to open a shop than to pay ebay fees. :D

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Re: Maxxi Games, Paris
« Reply #2 on: 12:48, 27 March 12 »
I sent this link to my friend who then pointed me to Super Potato: Super Potato in Akihabara (Tokyo) : 8 + 16 bit on Vimeo

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Re: Maxxi Games, Paris
« Reply #3 on: 14:47, 27 March 12 »
I've been in Super Potato several times. Suprisingly reasonable prices, but nothing CPC or general 8-Bit :( Didn't buy anything.

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Re: Maxxi Games, Paris
« Reply #4 on: 19:47, 27 March 12 »
Been there too, indeed I don't recall buying anything (I don't even have a Saturn), but the feeling was awesome!