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TresHombres last won the day on August 11 2019

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About TresHombres

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  • Birthday 04/26/1978

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    Pittsburgh, PA
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    Nintendo Entertainment System

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  1. Can you clear up a bit of confusion -- from what I am reading here you have issues 129, 136, 137, 141, and then 142-285?
  2. It was a semi-national mall-based store (mostly California, but it did reach as far East as Connecticut) who also took phone orders. I believe it was eventually subsumed into Gamestop like most other similar stores.
  3. E-day -- reminder, I have that October 92 issue of VG&CE. I do not mind donating it, however I cannot currently afford the shipping back and forth. I know how pathetic that must seem, haha, but I am on that ridiculously tight of a budget this year. But the offer stands. It is a great issue, to me their best issue, but that might be what personal meaning the issue has to me, ha!
  4. I do not, sadly. IIRC I did donate it in 2008 or 2009, is that the bad scan?
  5. I do have the October 1992 issue (listed as missing for sure) with the holographic Sonic 2 cover. I would not mind donating it, but it is one of the few items that I have from around when my dad passed away, and I don't think I could bear it being debinded I am really sorry.
  6. I had donated quite a few VG&CE here way back in 2009ish. And then, for reasons I cannot recall, the scans were taken away by the scanner? Or are they still here? I ask because I swore I donated a few that are listed as "missing" now...
  7. Yes this is a great guide. It helped me through Metroid and Rygar as a kid.
  8. Thank you @E-Day. I have the stickers (still stuck to their original paper) for this guide. If I can get a good scan of them, would you like to add them to this scan? Thanks!
  9. I am still waiting for my approval, for what it is worth...
  10. They are doing amazing work and are completely transparent. On their Twitter feed -- which is publicly available, even if you do not have a Twitter account -- they show off what they need, what they have gathered, and what they have preserved in their collection. As for "access their stuff": "The ultimate goal is to create a searchable, organized, always-online archive of verified, high-quality material that is accessible to researchers and historians as a public education resource."