Originally Posted by o1s1n
Yep, I mean charity shops. They were always called second hand shops when I was growing up. This whole 'charity shop' thing is a bit too Bono/U2 for my liking
If you're serious about it you need to go around to every single one and ask if they have any consoles stored out back/upstairs. You'll get lucky eventually. There are bloody n64s everywhere. That, the Megadrive and the ps1 are the consoles I've come across most.
See the thing with charity shops is they're not allowed sell electronics I don't think because of the WEEE legislation or whatever. I've only come across an Atari 2600 in Rathmines the once. I passed on it even though it was a tener.
If there are indeed N64s everywhere I must follow you around someday and see if I can't find an expansion pak in one of them
. I would ask in the charity shops what they have in the back/upstairs but in most of these places it's either foreigners with little English or people with mental health problems ie. not very good at communicating so I don't bother. When you get some of the aul dears that's your best bet I suppose. I got chatting to one in Rathmines and she said she'd have a root around.