1 (edited by user7 2018-04-13 15:27:55)

All dumped by redump user psx-collector (they were not dumped by me, i just submitted info)
http://redump.org/disc/50814/
http://redump.org/disc/50813/
http://redump.org/disc/50806/
http://redump.org/disc/50805/
http://redump.org/disc/50804/
http://redump.org/disc/50803/
http://redump.org/disc/50802/
http://redump.org/disc/50815/

In addition, for this one http://redump.org/disc/50805/
The ring code should be 300749

Any particular reason you removed the info about how some discs were packaged together and that packaging had it's own serial number?

user7 wrote:

Any particular reason you removed the info about how some discs were packaged together and that packaging had it's own serial number?

Sounds like Edition to me (except the serial, that would go either to the serial field or to the comments, depends on the situation).

3 (edited by user7 2018-04-13 17:52:55)

Edition isn't really fitting since it's likely that's how all the discs were shipped in the set. It's good to put packaging-only serial numbers in the description to avoid unnecessary repurchase, for example: I find the package sealed on ebay, but the serial number isn't viewable in redump - it's fair someone might rebuy. More specifically it IS a serial number associated the with the release of that specific game, so it naturally fits in with the Comments.

If anyone wants to add the info, I will post it here.

This is a discs database.. if they came inside an envelope with a printed label, that doesn't really mean anything? But I'll let other staff members decide on that.

Btw, why are you always adding dumps in other people's names? Can't they add them themselves?

5 (edited by user7 2018-04-13 18:07:08)

> This is a discs database.. if they came inside an envelope with a printed label, that doesn't really mean anything?

It's info directly related to the release and can avoid confusion. Example: Two of us just bought a PS2 game because the packaging serial number is different than the disc serial number.

> Btw, why are you always adding dumps in other people's names? Can't they add them themselves?

It's not that they can't, it's that people don't want to (or can't find the time in their busy schedules). I extend favors to people that are helping out. If the only thing holding someone back from submitting their discs quickly to redump is time, then I'm happy to do it. Also, I've been asking for favors from many of these people who don't care about redump other than they want to help their fellow gamers or are friends. Best to extend favors back to those who extend them to you.

If they have an additional serial on the outer package, it won't hurt to mention that in the comments.

Cool, the thing is if you see a rare sealed package, it would be nice to do a google search for the serial number and have something come up that let's you know rebuying is necessary - especially considering the price of these discs...

Here's the info, I'll let you guys decide what to do with it.

http://redump.org/disc/50814/
Comments: Packaged with DTL-S2360 in an envelope. Envelope containing both discs has serial number DLT-S2360A on it.

http://redump.org/disc/50806/
Comments: Packaged with DTL-D2360 in an envelope. Envelope containing both discs has serial number DTL-S2360A on it.

http://redump.org/disc/50805/
Comments: Packaged with DTL-D2350 in an envelope. Envelope containing both discs has serial number DTL-S2350A on it.

http://redump.org/disc/50815/
Comments: Packaged with DTL-S2350 in an envelope. Envelope containing both discs has serial number DTL-S2350A on it.