As with most of my long thrifting day trips, I wasn't disappointed.
That's some serious hardware.
At the very first Goodwill I checked on the way down, I ran into this: A boxed Super Scope 6. The box was hiding under a stack of other random boxes next to the register - seriously, guys, check every inch of your thrift stores, you really never know.
All parts for the gun are included as well as the sensor, but the Super Scope 6 cartridge isn't... but I've actually seen people giving the cartridge away, so it shouldn't be hard to track one down. $24.99, and they go for around $30-40. Also purchased here but not pictured: a new N64 memory card (or controller pak) for $4.99. Off to a good start!
Can never have too many of these. Why? Bomberman, that's why.
At a Value Village, I picked up another Sega Saturn controller for $2.99. This is a version one controller, and you can usually pick these up for $10 or so.
Where do these keep coming from?
Lastly, at the same Goodwill where I bought a bunch of 2600 games a few months ago, I found yet another stack. Where are these coming from? Is there an infinitely renewing fountain of Atari 2600 games nearby? If so, where can I find this fountain?
The games are Space Invaders, Cosmic Ark, Demons to Diamonds, Warlords (finally!), Breakaway IV, and Riddle of the Sphinx. These were $2.99 each, so yes, I grossly overpaid for almost all of them. Breakaway IV, however, is worth around $5, so there was one decent deal. I have no problem overpaying for a stack of 2600 games when, on the same trip, I massively underpaid for something else. It all balances out, you see.
As it turns out, I already had a copy of Space Invaders. I love overpaying for something I already own. I can't wait until my Verizon service contract ends so I can activate this Virgin Mobile smartphone. It'd be so nice to have access to my RF Generation collection list on the go. There is actually an app for that.
Also, in this same trip, I picked up a Gamecube for $9.99... but that's a discussion for a few years in the future. Happy hunting, everyone!