The good people over at myfigurecollection.net have added the dv8CAG proxy service to their shops list. If any of you that are member would mind dropping by and putting in a review, that would be great!
It's been a long time coming. I sincerely apologize for making so many of you wait so long, but I really needed to take a long, hard look at how we were doing things.
#1 - I wanted to get a look at other services out there and ensure that we were still the best price. I think we have succeeded in that!
#2 - I needed to make sure that the auction plan would be self-sustaining and not have to be shutdown again.
As many of you know, the previous issue we had was the "honor system". There were, unfortunately, a few users (no one with an active account any longer!) that had requested bids, promised payment and then left us hanging with a bill to pay and items we didn't need.
While the new system leaves the onus on you to get money to us before any bidding can take place may be a little more frustrating for you, in the end, it will be something that keeps these issues from ever occurring again and we can continue to provide you great service!
The best thing about being a gamer in Japan, is that 98% of the other gamers treat their games as priceless heirlooms. Very rarely do I buy a used game with any kind of scuffing or even smudges on the disk. If you buy a used game, you can trust that it will be 100% playable and, in almost all cases, that it will be in fantastic condition.
Maybe, maybe not. Please do a little research via Google if you are unsure. For the most part, older games will only play on a system from the correct region or on a modified system. There are a few exceptions to this rule.
- Nintendo portables (Gameboy, GBA, GBSP, DS, DSlite, etc.) have always been region free.
- Sony Playstation 3 games are also region free and blu-rays share a region between Japan and North America.
- Microsoft Xbox 360 games are hit and miss. Some are region coded and others are not. Just to shake things up a bit, some have only one region closed and two open! Google is most definitely your friend when it comes to region coding for the 360.
Please do keep in mind that, although a game may play on your system, often there is a language barrier. Not much media released in Japan is English friendly!
We also have a section of the forums dedicated to region coding and language options on games for both the PS3 and the 360. Feel... Read more...