It’s special with big manuals, maps and posters imo, like a Baldur’s Gate box with a whole big book as manual or something like that, maybe that will be worth something. But for the most part I don’t think modern games without even a piece of paper as manual and rarely the complete game on the disc will be as special.I would be 45. I am obviously not putting all my eggs into one basket, but if I feel like a game could be valuable one day or if I got 2 copies laying around, then I think it's worth a try. There is not much to lose.
Yup if that busted corner can get a 9.8 can't see it been that hard to get a solid 10 lol graded games in general are a total joke. With comics and trading cards when you get them graded they are single items with no internal contents. With a videogame it has a manual (usually) plus a cart or a disk rattling around in a box/case. Over the years they are going to rub inside the box especially for something that might be 30+ years old at this point so how can you really grade a game in it's entirety as been worth a certain score when all you are grading is the outer package it's madness lol. Nobody in these grading companies have xray vision.For being a 9.8 I can see a fucked up corner in their main picture.
Likely, no. People are guaranteed to be thinking this now, making values of today's games plummet in comparison to the past.So if you have the money to just buy one of every physical game released, will it still pay off in 30 years or is this a dying trend?
And it sounds a little ignorant to use a word which meaning you clearly don't grasp. Look up the word racism in the dictionary. In 2021 you should really know better than to use it to make a dumb argument about video games.It sounds a little bit racist to just pick on Nintendo fans.
Collectors in general are nuts.
What was unique about that particular copy?