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Finaly my Virtual lab brand new have arive πŸ™‚

I’m so happy lol
almost have complete my VB collection now

I will post the pics this weekend of my collection to my profile

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Awesome! – congratulations, i cant wait to see your collection πŸ˜€

i love the box art, especially the back (bottom right hand corner)

“licensed by Nintenndo”

I have a question about that typo, what kind of rush were they in to not double check that?

– Did they just rush the box art because the Virtual Boy was going to be discontinued very soon so they got it in shelves as fast as possible?

I don’t remember exactly the reason I was told, but IIRC it has something to do with typing ‘n’s on JP keyboards… I think you have to hit the key twice or something. There’s another spot where it’s mistyped as Ninntenndo, so that may be the reason, or maybe their keyboard had a sticky n key :-P.


The game seems in excellent condition, congratulations. I think the Ninntenndo typo was on the cart, but I’m not 100% sure. I’ll check it as soon as I can. Anyway, enjoy your collection. I know it’s a great feeling every time you increase it πŸ™‚

The game is brand new and really in perfect condition
(never have seen a virtual boy game in this good condition)

have sold to my out of a gameshop in japan on yahoo
(he stilll had this one in his shop and had it on sell on yahoo in action and i won the biddings )

Yes in Microsoft IME you have to type the n twice to get ん. It will automatically convert it if ん is not followed by a vowel (a, i, u, e, o). If followed by a vowel, the IME would obviously convert combinations of the vowel with n and not ん, な、に、ぬ、ね、の. It is therefore not really needed to type ninntenndo for にんてんど.
However, it seems many Japanese type nn regardless.



profile have been update now whit photo’s just like i told in first post


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