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They also had Resident Evil 2, Starcraft, and WWF No Mercy on display, but they were asking a bit too much for those
Picked up Resident Evil 2 (64) and WWF No Mercy today. Pretty happy, even though it gave my wallet a black eye.

Seems like someone else bought Starcraft 64, though. Sucks.
Last Edit: September 02, 2020, 01:35:42 PM by Verbatim


 
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Looks like loose Castlevania: Legacy of Darkness cartridges just shot up in value over the past couple months to about $85, newly making it the most valuable game in my N64 collection, which is pretty cool. That's a game lent to me from my cousin well before I started seriously collecting, and it's a neat game. Still can't find the other Castlevania 64 game, though.

The most valuable game in the NES collection is a loose Stack Up cartridge, valued at ~$95. This has been part of my dad's collection since I was a child, so to think that we haven't found anything cooler despite actively searching for rare games is kind of insane to me. Even our golden Zelda II CIB w/ manual is worth $10 less.

The game itself is useless without R.O.B, and we don't even have one, despite the fact that it was a pack-in peripheral. I cannot wrap my head around why this game is considered so valuable. Does it just come down to rarity?
Last Edit: September 04, 2020, 08:34:29 PM by Verbatim