144w ago - A few months ago Forum member tripellex posted a debate on what to do with a plethora of video game cases he acquired, and today he has unveiled www.JustInCaseGames.com!
Here is what he has to say about his new Web site, to quote:
I'd like to invite all of you to join us at Just In Case, the Web's premiere place for original, factory replacement game cases and manuals! We carry original, OEM cases and manuals for PS2, PS3, Wii, Xbox/Xbox 360, GameCube game, and more!
Our prices are extremely competitive, and far below sellers on eBay and other auction sites. Our server is SSL-enabled for your safety and security, and we utilize both PayPal and Google Checkout for fast, friendly checkout!
If you have ever lost or broken a case and need a replacement for a specific game, come visit us! As a special bonus, the first 100 PS3 News members who purchase any of our cases can use the code PS3NEWS10 and receive 25% off their first purchase of $5 or more (limit 1 per customer).
We also offer FREE SHIPPING on orders over $20! Visit us today!
199w ago - It appears Sony Europe has money to burn, as they will be selling PlayStation Network Cards in standard Blu-ray game cases in Europe.
They will be available in September, in both £20 and £50 denominations.
To quote: "PlayStation Network Cards are, for some, the only way to add credit easily to your PlayStation Network wallet.
The idea is simple - purchase a PlayStation Network Card from a shop, enter the 12-digit code and fill up your Store wallet.
The odd thing? SCEE will be using real plastic Blu-ray boxes to house them in, presumably so it makes you think you're getting something tangible and also, we guess, to make the retail outlets a bit happier."