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egel
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egel

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    Gender:
    male
    Birthday:
    May 16, 1987 (Age: 35)
    Location:
    Cheeseland
    user_field_current-project:
    May start a small page about my MD collection.
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    nl
    [size=&quot;3&quot;][font=&quot;Book Antiqua&quot;]Hello there, how nice of you to visit my profile - this must mean you don't have anything better to do at the moment! Oh you poor soul...<br />
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    I'm a 25 year old guy from the Netherlands, who has been lurking here on Sonic retro for several years. Well, I actually signed up once, asking Tweaker something about Megamix, but forgot my nick afterwards. The nickname I chose now is so much easier to remember - it means Hedgehog in Dutch. <br />
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    I have a large Megadrive collection, consisting of about 250 games, nearly all of them are complete. That's roughly half of all PAL games ever released <img src='http://forums.sonicretro.org/public/style_emoticons/<#EMO_DIR#>/wink.png' class='bbc_emoticon' alt=';)' /> I've been collecting them since about 4 years now and my collection is steadily growing. Besides my love for Sega, I basically like anything 16-bit, as a I grew up during the era. The Megadrive, and it's leech addons, are by far my favorite. I have many other consoles too.<br />
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    I've always had a fascination for certain prototypes, especially those of a PC game series called Age of Empires, of which I own quite a bunch. Sonic is no different. I purchased an EverDrive specifically to play the all the Sonic development versions out there. But, of course, there's nothing like owning a proto yourself! I acquired an authentic Sonic Crackers proto cart, which was once owned by Jason Wilson and Nicola from Assemblergames/gamesniped. It's the only cartridge I've seen that has a label with &quot;Sonic Crackers&quot; written on it. Aside from that, I now also own both the super-rare Sonic 2 &quot;Beta pirate carts&quot;, which I recently obtained. I totally love them and am a proud owner of these rare pieces of history. <br />
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    Sonic megadrive games, and their prototypes, as well as Age of Empires and their prototypes.

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