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I > INDUSTRIA ARGENTINA > Activision Family Game


 

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Sunday 29th August 2010
Drake

I found this Nes clone (more precisly, famicom clone) a few weeks ago. Most of the argentinian clones of famicom are very good (specially the Electrolab family game). Its true that you can still find some clones here but they are of really bad quality but they dont cost 50$ dollars like it says here (only the old clones like this one cost that much) the cost aroun 20$ or less.





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