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Old 2013-07-05, 18:12   Link #221
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For instance, I can't find an overview of the video games that Müller currently has. It only shows the most popular CDs and DVDs.
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Old 2013-07-06, 18:55   Link #222
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For instance, I can't find an overview of the video games that Müller currently has. It only shows the most popular CDs and DVDs.
As I've said, I do not know about the website, but the inside of the shop is filled and amazing - there are a lot of games.
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Old 2013-07-06, 19:02   Link #223
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Yeah, that's the German version of it.
What do you mean by navigate? I don't know about their websites, but their shops are quite cool.
Then this would be a rather pointless recommendation if you are unable to buy games online from them (or atleast not in an user-friendly way). Because unless your country have those kind of stores, you are not likely ever going to go there for anything, let alone japanese games
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Old 2013-07-07, 00:00   Link #224
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Then this would be a rather pointless recommendation if you are unable to buy games online from them (or atleast not in an user-friendly way). Because unless your country have those kind of stores, you are not likely ever going to go there for anything, let alone japanese games
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Muller is a good place to buy games in if you live in Central Europe.
I'm wondering, do you guys and gals these days even read anything others post 'till the end?
Anyhow, I see that not many people who actually accept information others give are on this thread, so I'm off.

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Old 2013-07-07, 07:27   Link #225
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I'm wondering, do you guys and gals these days even read anything others post 'till the end?
Sure. But it looks like you didn't understand that this thread deals with online shops. You didn't specify that your recommendation was only of use for someone with physical access to the stores, as it was likely interpreted as "if you live in Central Europe this store is ideal because shipping would be cheap(er)".
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Old 2013-07-07, 08:07   Link #226
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As I've said...



I'm wondering, do you guys and gals these days even read anything others post 'till the end?
Anyhow, I see that not many people who actually accept information others give are on this thread, so I'm off.

Have fun.
That's the funny part. Muller is not even in every country in Central Europe. >_>
In fact it's still primarily a company in Germany and it's not even a specialized store for japanese games (the main subject of this thread) and i seriously doubt it has a huge collection of japanese imported games
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Old 2014-05-03, 13:29   Link #227
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Does

http://www.anibro.jp/

sell and ship internationally? (I have a feeling it doesn't though)
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Old 2014-05-05, 10:32   Link #228
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I am interested about Tokyo Majin games, was there ever some translation patch or walktrought?
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Old 2015-04-27, 00:52   Link #229
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If you are interested in old rare japanese games check out my small store!

http://www.cooljpstuff.com/#!mixed-classic-games/cqaj
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Old 2015-11-02, 16:17   Link #230
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Haven't been here in a while. So whats the word on shops that sell Ero-games? Paletweb is apparantly closed and with Shophimeya and that being gone I'm back to square one about where to buy ero-games.

So any websites that sell a decent selection of ero-games?
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Old 2015-11-02, 16:28   Link #231
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if you dont care about shop exclusive bonusses, there is always Amiami or amazon.jp
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Old 2015-11-02, 16:56   Link #232
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Amazon.jp ships Ero-games out of Japan??? I only used to use it for books and the like cause I heard they didn't ship ero games. If they ship ero-games to japan then hell yeah.
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Old 2015-12-02, 09:47   Link #233
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amazon.jp doesn't ships any games out of Japan, but that's easily resolved by using a forwarding service. (I should say, they won't ship to the States. I can't speak for any other country)

If I don't care about the extras, I'll buy both new & used from amazon.jp.
If I do care, it then falls on whether I want the extras from ami ami, animate or stellaworth
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