As I'm often complaining about on here, my apartment suffers from an acute lack of shelf space. Its a complete nightmare trying to store stuff in a Japanese apartment, they are just so small. The addition of a dog to the family - which has brought an avalanche of new products (many of them designed to remove pee stains from various types of fabric) - has further upset the already delicate shelf space/worldly possessions balance.
Something had to give and that something has been the massive quantities of surplus Famicom stuff I have accumulated over the years. Everything must go. Well, not everything. My hallowed collection of 670 unique Famicom carts (and counting) stays. But if I want room for the remaining 400 or so that I need to complete the entire set, the doubles have to go.
So I finally got off my ass and figured out how to set up a paypal account. And my first sale, to Michael over at TechSquid, went quite well.
So, feeling emboldened, I've decided to set up a little sales page over at Famicom World. I promise this will be the only time I use this blog to plug stuff like this, but I've put up a couple hundred games and other odds and ends so if you are looking for some Famicom games I might have them there.
I'll probably update it once in a while if things go well, I have a ton of other stuff that I just haven't gotten around to sorting out yet. My loft has been transformed into a huge mess with all the sorting, photographing, etc. My advice is to never get as many Famicom carts as I have - they are just such a headache to deal with.
No wait, I'm getting off message. I should be encouraging you to buy stuff - go, buy! Lots of games. Look into my eyes, look into my eyes: you want to buy lots of Famicom games!