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A KEY question to answer before making a purchase is... will this product work on my system? See below for full details...


  • Music CDs are region free and will play anywhere in the world.


  • All DVDs we sell are NTSC Region 1 format designed for use in North America (Canada & USA). If you live outside this region you can still play our DVDs with the proper equipment. Please go to our FAQ page for a complete explanation.


  • Many Console Videos Games we sell are NTSC format (compatible only with NTSC systems which are generally systems sold in North & South America including the USA & Canada), however.....
  • Playstation 3 & 4, Playstation Portable (PSP), Playstation Vita, Gameboy Advance, Gameboy Advance SP (GBA-SP), Nintendo DS, Xbox One and some XBOX 360 games are non-region specific and will work on any system worldwide.
    Note that Nintendo 3DS games are region locked and will not play on PAL systems.
  • Please check FORMAT information shown in each of our listings to see if it says NTSC or Plays Worldwide
  • When in doubt please contact us before buying.


  • ALL COMPUTER SOFTWARE & GAMES are non-region specific and will work on any computer worldwide.
  • BUT please check the System Requirements shown in the listing to be sure the product is compatible with your computer. We are not responsible for compatibility issues.
  • Also read the IMPORTANT COMPUTER OPERATING SYSTEM FAQS below and/or see the detailed information at the bottom of our FAQs page.
  • When in doubt please contact us before buying.


Q... The system requirements shown in the listing does not show Windows 7, 8 or 10 - will it work on these operating systems?
 Because we sell so many computer products, we cannot test each one with Windows 7/8/10. If our title or description does not mention Win 7/8/10 then it may not be compatible, however many items that work with Windows XP also work with Win 7/8/10 right out of the box ... OR ... Windows 7/8/10 also has a simple backward compatibility feature that allows most older titles to work properly - please click on this link below to see how this works...

Q... What about MAC - will this item work on the latest MAC operating systems?
For Macintosh programs, just because the system requirements show 9.X or higher or OS X does not mean it will work on the latest MAC operating systems. Most older games will need to be run in Classic Environment if you have a MAC OS X 10.0 - 10.4 version. A quick Google search will show you how to do this. If your MAC OS system doesn't support Classic Environment (ie. MAC OS X 10.5 or Higher OR Intel Macs), you will have to try running it using the free program called SheepShaver, but compatibility is not ensured. Please research prior to purchasing.

Q... What about Windows 32 vs 64 bit operating systems?
For 64-bit Operating Systems, older games most likely will NOT work due to 64-bit systems not being able to run 16-bit programming code (most games prior to 2000). Quite often 32 bit programs can be run on 64 bit systems. Again, because we sell so many computer products, we cannot test for 64 bit compatibility. In most cases a quick Google search will get a 64 bit compatibility answer for the item you are looking at.


1. Can you play DS games on the new 3DS console?
  • YES, DS games will play fine on the new 3DS console - just not in 3D. Go to this link for some special instructions.

2. Can the Nintendo DS play Game Boy games?

What the DS can play:

  • Game Boy Advance games in single-player mode only
  • Game Boy Advance videos

What it cannot play:

  • Original Game Boy or Game Boy Color games
  • Game Boy Advance games in multi-player mode

Why there are limitations:
There are two main reasons that the Nintendo DS is not compatible with older software. For one, the system is designed for wireless play and lacks a link cable port. Because older games aren't designed to use the wireless features, they can't communicate for multiplayer games.

Also, the Nintendo DS lacks the special processor that is required to play these games. Because of the age of the processor, and the difficulty in adding that processor to an already highly complicated architecture, the processor was not included in the final design of the DS.