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Is this worth anything?


By RandomGuyOffCL

6 months ago



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#1 6 months ago

I think I may have scored a holy grail today...

#2 6 months ago
Quoted from RandomGuyOffCL:

I think I may have scored a holy grail today...

Check out this thread
https://pinside.com/pinball/forum/topic/nes-classic-edition-unobtainium

They would love to see your loot over there!

#3 6 months ago

Ah ha. Thanks you

#4 6 months ago
Quoted from RandomGuyOffCL:

I think I may have scored a holy grail today...

You can’t say that , and then not tell us the title. Cmon

#5 6 months ago
Quoted from topkat:

You can’t say that , and then not tell us the title. Cmon

Gotta build the suspense

#6 6 months ago

Arcade or console game?

#7 6 months ago
#8 6 months ago

Campus Challenge?

#9 6 months ago
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#10 6 months ago

Don't forget https://www.midwestgamingclassic.com/ in case you haven't heard of it.

Lots of vintage video games there.

LTG : )

#11 6 months ago

Did I do good?

I can’t find a single thing online about it

#12 6 months ago
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#13 6 months ago

Not sure in box but saw this on eBay

Has to be worth something. I never had it

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#14 6 months ago

N64

Not sealed with the shirt, might be worth something? Neat find

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#15 6 months ago
Quoted from orangegsx:

N64
Not sealed with the shirt, might be worth something? Neat find[quoted image]

I know. I had snes on the brain since this came with a lot of snes games I bought.

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#17 6 months ago

I love how everyone is piping up telling this poor guy it's not a grail

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#18 6 months ago

But none of those are direct comps. This is some type of LE game with the shirt.

Apparently there was some type of “big box version of this game and people are selling just the tattered box for $1000

This is mint, sealed, with the shirt and factory sticker on the front indicating it comes with the shirt.

I even found a guy selling a used stained old shirt for $130

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#19 6 months ago

I hope it sells for that but usually the completed auctions are a good guide.
Pretty cool
Regardless. My
Best is the PlayStation diablo port

#20 6 months ago

WATA... The retro video game grading company is based here in Denver. You may want to look them up as they have recently made a big name for themselves and have a depth of knowledge that most retro game collectors do not and can review production numbers limited releases etc. They’re fees for grading and insurance for shipping are reasonable if you have something valuable.

They could validate the values and provide the necessary documentation that something is rare.

#21 6 months ago

MACHO LOOOOVES N64!

#22 6 months ago
Quoted from MachoPinball:

MACHO LOOOOVES N64!

Duplicate account

#23 6 months ago

I used to sell vintage games full time (I still do sometimes). I still have a very large collection.

Having said that...this game isn't crazy rare in and of itself, but it IS very rare in that condition. The supply is very low, but so is demand.

If I were to sell it, I would expect around $100. Of course, you can certainly slap a high number on it just to see if there would be any takers. Sometimes there is someone that just HAS to have it and will pay up for it.

I would recommend putting it at $500 and see what happens. You will likely have to re-list it several times. You can periodically lower the price over time if need be.

Out of curiosity, what did you pay for it?

#24 6 months ago
Quoted from Daditude:

, what did you pay for it?

Auction lot:

$490
SNES console
29 snes cartridges
2 n64 cartridges

And yes this game is no big deal on its own....but the bundled shirt makes it a hens tooth

I’ve never possessed anything in my life that couldn’t be found on google until today with this game...I ran it by a local game flipper i know and he was floored

#25 6 months ago

Go to pricecharting.com

02-05-19 $52 us. Factory sealed with shirt.

#26 6 months ago

Can't go buy what people are asking for on ebay. They are just fishing and hoping someone with too much money buys it. I ran into this recently when I came across all my older games I had I storage. That price charting website came in handy and the ones I sold that were CIB showed up shortly after they sold so they do a good job keeping it up to date. Start the auction at $1 but put a high reserve on it. That will let you know what people are willing to pay.

#27 6 months ago

I collect VERY specific games...

Cool find on the Rampage 2!

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#28 6 months ago

I dabble.

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#29 6 months ago
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#30 6 months ago

This looks awesome! Are they all hooked up, ready to play? I see holes cut for cords. I had a similar setup with just about every console pre ps2 hooked up, but not as nice with the lighting.

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#31 6 months ago

All hooked up via switchboxes (RF, Composite, HDMI)

#32 6 months ago

No, BROTHER! LEGIT MACHOOOOO!

#33 6 months ago

N64 is considered vintage???? Ugh. I must be ancient.

I grew up playing Atari and Colecovision before I got the NES for Christmas when it had come out.

Full disclosure, I am 41.

#34 6 months ago

Back in March 1999 Midway announced they would include "toys" packed in with some of their games releases. Micro Machines 64 Turbo was the first game and it came with, you guessed it, Micro Machine toy cars. They came in both the N64 and PC releases of the game. Rampage 2: Universal Tour came with a key chain, plush, t-shirt, or notepad depending on what store you bought it at, while supplies lasted. Wal-Mart got the key chain and K-Mart had 6" plush figures of the characters. Both EB games and Best Buy had t-shirts (not packed in with the game) if you pre-ordered. Target, Sears, and Toys R' US got the games that had the t-shirts shrink wrapped with them. Lastly, Babbage, R2UT, customers got a themed notepad with their purchase.

This isn't a special "LE" version. It was just for people that got the game early. Midway was trying some new marketing tactics.

It's a cool piece but it's not highly collectible or sought after. The value is around $50 plus shipping.

#35 6 months ago

Nice find!

#36 6 months ago

I found this in the free bin at the North Battleford library. Never even opened. Apparently it's a promotional video for Donkey Kong Country

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#37 6 months ago

Video games probably were my entry into pinball. I of course played when I was growing up, but as an adult I had an opportunity to buy out rental store, which had 100s of games. I later had an opportunity to buy out a pawn shop that was closing. They had a bunch of systems in various conditions. That started my process of buying, selling, and trading. I've sold off a good portion of my collection but at one point I had games like Earthbound and Chrono Trigger complete in boxes. Eventually, that process of collecting morphed into arcade and pinball. I actually sold off the last of my N64 collection at Pinball Expo this year. Most of my collection now is cart only NES and SNES games.

#38 6 months ago
Quoted from 1iblind:

Back in March 1999 Midway announced they would include "toys" packed in with some of their games releases. Micro Machines 64 Turbo was the first game and it came with, you guessed it, Micro Machine toy cars. They came in both the N64 and PC releases of the game. Rampage 2: Universal Tour came with a key chain, plush, t-shirt, or notepad depending on what store you bought it at, while supplies lasted. Wal-Mart got the key chain and K-Mart had 6" plush figures of the characters. Both EB games and Best Buy had t-shirts (not packed in with the game) if you pre-ordered. Target, Sears, and Toys R' US got the games that had the t-shirts shrink wrapped with them. Lastly, Babbage, R2UT, customers got a themed notepad with their purchase.
This isn't a special "LE" version. It was just for people that got the game early. Midway was trying some new marketing tactics.
It's a cool piece but it's not highly collectible or sought after. The value is around $50 plus shipping.

I believe this

I also believe that most n64 collectors are probably not clamoring for a nisb rampage with tshirt... maybe the plush dolls though

#39 6 months ago

So N64 is vintage nowadays?

Anyhow, i used to have a huge Nintendo & Commodore collection, but i sold most of it to fund the beginnings to my pinball pile instead.

#40 6 months ago
Quoted from Luzur:

So N64 is vintage nowadays?

Vintage in video games is a bit difficult to define. In most of the gaming forums I belong to we typically use current generation, past generation, and then everything else falls under the vintage category. It has more to do with the prevalence for buying, selling, and trading newer games.

#41 6 months ago

Asteroids Deluxe and Space Fury are my go to games right now.

#42 6 months ago
Quoted from HarryReimer:

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I love your display cases! one day I plan to have something like that in my game room.. I would love to proudly display my NIB vectrex system that I scored

#43 6 months ago
Quoted from EasternBloc:

I collect VERY specific games...
Cool find on the Rampage 2![quoted image]

I also enjoy the Lolo series. For those not familiar, it's a puzzle game where you have to collect the hearts to open the treasure chest, which in turn, opens the door to proceed to the next level of the tower. Each level is a single screen. The levels start off really simple, but it gradually becomes more and more complex.

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#44 6 months ago

Is this vintage enough? My friend and I played this everyday after school. Eventually it just wore out from all the use

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#45 6 months ago

Arcade games... Frogger, Pac-Man, Gyryuss, Mario Bros, Centipede, Hang On, Monaco Gp, Rush the Rock, Eagle...

Vintage Systems. Atari 2600, Colecovision, Super Nintendo, Nintendo 64, Game Cube, Game Boy, Sega Game Gear, Dreamcast... plus many newer systems also...

do I win?

#46 6 months ago

I had a lot of great Atari and NES stuff that somehow disappeared after I moved out of my parents place after graduating from college. They claim they gave it to me but that didn't happen. It was probably trashed.

Only collectible I have is Illbleed for the Dreamcast. I think Shenmue 2 and Headhunter were tricky to find with the converter disc needed to play on a US Dreamcast. But I have both.

#47 6 months ago
Quoted from fisherdaman:

. I would love to proudly display my NIB vectrex system that I scored

Holy crap. Where did you find that? Picking a old general store that hadn't been touched in 30 years? Any pics? I scored a used one about 17 years ago. Traded it staright up for a nice bubble bobble standup.

#48 6 months ago

seems many share all my hobbies here. I have a large retro collection. Been collecting about 6-7 years or so. Ive actually contemplated selling much of the collection to buy a few more NIB pins, but everytime I convince myself out of it. I just love looking at them on the shelf too much......

#49 6 months ago
Quoted from JayDee:

Is this vintage enough? My friend and I played this everyday after school. Eventually it just wore out from all the use[quoted image]

That one and beyond castle wolf were my favorites..
Not to mention the ultima series.. I always liked ultima 2/3

#50 6 months ago
Quoted from dirkdiggler:

Go to pricecharting.com
02-05-19 $52 us. Factory sealed with shirt.

A fluke...same as if someone got hooked on drugs and sold their R&M spot for $20

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