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The glorious Amiga retro-gaming thread (Boing! Boing!)
So since I created this topic, I've imported an Amiga CD32 from europe, purchased an Analogic floppy disc add-on, bought a step-up inverter so it'll run in the US 110V outlet, purchased a pal->NTSC video converter, modified a Sega Master System controller so that button 2 maps to up (aka jump), and I've bought a ton of games. This thread was originally about me asking where I could buy all this stuff, so in that sense the topic was successful, but now it'd be better served as a general Amiga thread, so feel free to post your Amiga memories while I post my impressions as I experience the platform.
I have an Amiga 500, but I've been dying to get my hands on an Amiga CD32, either PAL or NTSC (but NTSC preferred). I've been watching on ebay but they're uncommon in auction.
Thus, I'm willing to buy from an online retailer. I don't really know where to go to buy obscure, retro systems outside of high-dollar auctions. Anyone know of a good retro gaming retail site, specifically one that might carry the CD32?