For sale: The Big Lebowski

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For sale: The Big Lebowski


By eggbert52

1 year ago



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#35 1 year ago

just curious - what did this game cost new when it came out?

#38 1 year ago

DAMN that's a nice turnaround

#54 1 year ago
Quoted from fosaisu:

I get the sentiment that $15k+ for any game is nuts. I'll probably never be in that market myself. But think it through. At the moment TBL is a super-rare game with a fantastic theme that is actually pretty fun to play (IMO). If BBB is worth $15-$20k and there are nearly 200 of them, TBL could be significantly underpriced since there are only ~50 of them. Of course DP wants to make hundreds more, but it's not clear whether that will happen.
So what would you ask if you were trying to sell the game? $9k is obviously far too low (since that's what the original buyers paid with shipping, less than new orders would pay today, and this game actually exists whereas the new orders may never materialize). There's just not enough market data to say that $12k is a "fair" price" while $15k or $20k is "insane."
That said, I hope DP gets it together and make a bunch more TBLs. If and when that happens, $15k+ will turn out to have been an "insane" price after all.

Only pinball people would make an argument as to why 15k for a pinball table makes sense but DAMN that's some good logic. I'm in.

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