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JP + GoT For Hobbit?


By waspinat0r

1 year ago



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#14 1 year ago

Take the Hobbit. There, I said it. Hobbit is amazing. Everything you said you enjoy in a game is in Hobbit like no other. Do it.

I agree though, it's hard to get a game without playing it. I watched a ton of videos on Hobbit, and Never played but maybe 2 games at pinburgh before buying one. We love the theme, and jjp games are tops. I would take it in a second over both those others though.

#64 1 year ago
Quoted from BillySastard:

There's also a reason why used Hobbit prices are dropping like a rock.

Because the nib price is so high. You can't price any used game within 10-15% of nib while the game is still available nib. Higher the nib price, the bigger the loss at resale. I see a ton of GB on market lately, and they don't sell either when price is to close to a nib. Acdc was so frickin high due to lack of availability, but as soon as ve was announced, the premium sits at $6300 often now. It has nothing to do with Hobbit being a bad game because you can now get it for $6700-7200 now. I paid$8k nib for my Le. 10-15% off puts it in that price range appropriately. Once Hobbit is out of production, then we can better gauge it's end value. I think overall, the higher priced games are tougher to resale anyway compared to cheaper Stern's, unless it's a real Le stern. It is a fantastic game in a set of masterpieces from jjp. In the end it's all just personal preference, and personally would take the Hobbit easily over those others. Everybody has different tastes, and that's ok.

#74 1 year ago
Quoted from fosaisu:

I think konghusker's argument was not based on original purchase price (which should be irrelevant to the buyer anyway), but on what a NIB is currently available for (i.e. how much more would I have to pay to just get a new one). NIB WOZ standard is $8.5k from JJP, I think, so if used are selling for ~$6.5k, that'd be a similar ~20% drop-off from NIB pricing.

Exactly. It doesn't matter what a seller paid when purchased nib. It matters what currently that game nib(if still available) is going for. My Hobbit one year ago was $8k shipped. I don't see any problem with a used huo going for around $6500-7000. GB is about a $6800-7k nib game correct? It's popping up all over recently for $6k-$6500 and those are usually modded with $700-1000+ in mods. Doesn't mean it's a great game holding it's value or bad. After GB with mods can easily be a $7700 game, and can sit still for $$6300 huo. It literally is simply supply and demand dictating the used market. Hobbit is definitely considered the weak link in a stellar jjp lineup by most, but the game really is amazing and different. A used Le at $6500-7000 is a smart buy for anybody looking for a journey type game. All this plus the fact that there are a lot of new titles released these days, and that alone will force huo games down in price.

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