Quoted from CrazyLevi:
Again, that's $2000-2500 over your average price for a b-list 90s game. Not exactly pocket change. The theory I'm disputing is "just save a little more" and buy a late model stern.
You haven't had nearly every game made like I have, so I have the experience with what is a very good value, versus not so much. T2 is a cool looking game/theme and plays okay for a shallow rule set. It's not $2500 cool and never will be (in my opinion)
The theory you're disputing is essentially having TWO average at best WPC games at what many are calling ''Market price'' against a $5000 stern.
I personally want the fresh blood, the hard rules, the fun game, and one that has never been played 50,000 times- a brand new game. I'd rather have the one new over the two old, but that's just me.
You apparently are the opposite, because you just bought two WPC games from me, and I bent a lot down from my very reasonable asking prices. My point was, this is not typical seller behavior. So unless you find a seller like me, that's willing to work a great deal, you'll see a lot of bleh games not worth their asking prices, with no solid enough reason to revisit at these prices. For those that just want variety, okay. But even that only goes so far.