> Care to share a list on here? I imagine quite a few users here would be interested.
I keep everything in my parents' attic. I sold a few things over the holidays, mostly soundtracks and a few games. The only games that went for over 100$ were terranigma with manual(aussie version) and river city ransom ex sealed for gba.
For the nes games, the complete ones off of the top of my head are maniac mansion, pirates!, adventure island, final fantasy 3 snes(no map/poster), and I do have all of the maps/poster/manual to dragon warrior 4 for the nes. I did a quick check, by far the highest priced game in the lot is panic restaurant cart only(excellent condition). I don't really know exactly how high the auctions will go as there arent too many people selling complete nes games and the conditions of the box/manual will vary greatly. I do still have a new metal slug advance somewhere in storage, but I may have been mixing that up with river city ransom, which I already sold. I'm not sure, I will go back next month for a ski trip and update then, but again, I'll just unload it all on ebay most likely. I can't be sure if panic restaurant will sell for 450 dollars or 750 dollars. The only way to tell is to put it up for auction with photos and find out.
25 years ago I had a copy of twisted tales of spike mcfang but either sold it or lost it when I moved at some point. A shame, as it is selling for good money now. I never had little samson,
I don't really get how the original carts can sell for so much when the snes and nes classic can play all of these games, granted on emulator, but its a first party emulator. That is part of what is prompting me to sell off my carts now, I mean, they just take up a lot of damn space.