Quality Over Quantity Huge Video Game Collection
Includes many rare complete gba, snes, ps1, sega cd, saturn, dreamcast, ps3, ds, and more. Some(not many) are sealed. All games in the pictures are included.
If you need to know the condition of a certain game let me know. THERE IS A LIST OF THE GAMES BELOW THE PICTURES.
Notable mentions include:
*Complete copy of Earthbound in Very Good Condition
*Snatcher and The Space Adventure on Sega CD
*Suikoden II on PS1
*Clayfighter Sculptor's Cut with Box on Nintendo 64
*2 Sealed Copies of Infinite Space on the DS
*Sealed copies of Paper Mario and NFL Blitz Special Edition(blockbuster only release) on Nintendo 64
*Majority of the DS/PS3/360/Wii/PSP games are sealed(the ones that are horizontal are sealed, the ones that are stacked are opened and complete)
*Sealed PSP LEs(including all the YS's)
*Metroid Prime Trilogy Sealed for Wii
*Metroid Prime/Zelda Wind Waker Combo Sealed for Gamecube(seal has a rip)
*Very rare Complete GBA Games(Ninja 5-O, Wings, Pink Panther, many more)
*Some sealed collector's/limited editions for current gen consoles(on the top shelf in the closet pic, cant really see them, ill provide a pic if needed)
(not sure how multiple copies of games helps his "quality over quantity" claim)
Many more pictures and a full list of games at the link: http://www.ebay.com/itm/Quality-Over...id=p5197.m1374
1. Do you think this collection is worth 35k? I'm having a hard time wrapping my head around it, but my gut reaction is "Hell No"; it's not the biggest or most impressive game collection I have seen, not by a long shot... and $35k sound very nice right about now.
He got an informal offer in the comments for 25k, which he turned down.
2. I wonder how many games there are in total, I don't think he listed a number.
3. I wonder what reasons would drive someone to sell a personal collection of that size.