Price Check

Started by Dain, July 25, 2007, 02:48:59 pm

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Zelas12

Hello. I would like to know how much it is worth. I found wardrobes in the abyss. Maybe someone would be interested in buying?


mt777

what about LowGMan in lightblue shell? Photolabel a bit damaged, but still in one piece.

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Mačka

What is value of Sexy Invaders and Bishoujo Sexy Derby from Super PIG?

I also have Super PIG cardboard box with it.

I can post photo later. I never had these game before so want to know if I should sell or write over them. I do not need porno game. 😅

fcgamer

Quote from: Mačka on August 24, 2023, 08:31:07 pmWhat is value of Sexy Invaders and Bishoujo Sexy Derby from Super PIG?

I also have Super PIG cardboard box with it.

I can post photo later. I never had these game before so want to know if I should sell or write over them. I do not need porno game. 😅

These two should both have come in plastic boxes, with paper insert (sort of like a Sega game or something, only different size box). Or do you mean the little Super Pig paper protector that just goes around the main disk?

Either way, definitely do not write over these disks if they are the original versions. These games are not easy to find, unfortunately I already have both otherwise I would offer to buy them from you.

If it is just loose disk, I'd probably sell it for $50 or so, boxed would be a couple hundred.
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Mačka

August 25, 2023, 05:47:43 pm #1806 Last Edit: August 25, 2023, 07:06:59 pm by Mačka
Quote from: fcgamer on August 25, 2023, 04:18:32 am
Quote from: Mačka on August 24, 2023, 08:31:07 pmWhat is value of Sexy Invaders and Bishoujo Sexy Derby from Super PIG?

I also have Super PIG cardboard box with it.

I can post photo later. I never had these game before so want to know if I should sell or write over them. I do not need porno game. 😅

These two should both have come in plastic boxes, with paper insert (sort of like a Sega game or something, only different size box). Or do you mean the little Super Pig paper protector that just goes around the main disk?

Either way, definitely do not write over these disks if they are the original versions. These games are not easy to find, unfortunately I already have both otherwise I would offer to buy them from you.

If it is just loose disk, I'd probably sell it for $50 or so, boxed would be a couple hundred.

Thanks so much for the info. I knew about the Genesis style boxes, but this has a cardboard type Super PIG sleeve I never saw before. I only ever saw naked disk and box by itself. 😅

Also Sexy Slot not Invaders. 😅 My brain misremembered.

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fcgamer

Yes, those are like case protectors. I have a few of those. The games were put inside them and then inside the larger boxes.
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Mačka

Quote from: fcgamer on August 25, 2023, 10:28:38 pmYes, those are like case protectors. I have a few of those. The games were put inside them and then inside the larger boxes.

I thought so. 😎 Thanks! I just only ever saw the box plastic and the naked disk, not these before. They are nice.

MWK

Price Check on SDF and Contra Spirits, please ???

     

fcgamer

Quote from: MWK on October 02, 2023, 03:58:38 amPrice Check on SDF and Contra Spirits, please ???

     

Spirits is rare, do three figs...$1-200
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Trashman

I have some extra stuff that I really have no idea how to price so here I am. Any insight as to what the rates in U.S. for this stuff is (or should I just use eBay prices?
I don't know if any accessory material came with these particular games (like how Bubble Bobble had a pencil case)

New - Electrician
CIB - Eggerland
CIB - Esper Dream
CIB - Famicom Grand Prix II: 3D Hot Rally
CIB - Moero Twinbee
CIB sans soft case - Super Mario Bros 2
CIB sans soft case - Moero Twinbee
Game, Hard Case, Insert - Akumajou Dracula
Game, Hard Case, Insert - Dead Zone
Game, Hard Case, Insert - Link No Bouken: The Legend of Zelda 2 (3 copies)
Game, Hard Case, Insert - Volleyball
Game, Hard Case - Holy Sword Psycho
Game, Hard Case - Kiki KaiKai: Doutou Hen
Game, Hard Case - Mahjong Kazoku
Game, Hard Case - Wardner no Mori
Game, Hard Case - Zelda no Densetsu: The Legend of Zelda
Game - Famicom Tantei Club Pt 1

portnoyd

Yes, I would look at eBay prices but you'll need to go a little lower than them to sell. Most are from Japanese sellers and they are generally quite a bit higher than what they will actually sell for, especially if you compare them to Yahoo Japan and other sellers like Japan4U and Surugaya. Since J4U posts their listings on eBay, if you come above them, but below the normal sellers, you'll get the best balance of speed of sale and value for your games because you are in the US.

That new Electrician is definitely worth more than anything but it's not an especially popular game and being sealed, you may be sitting on it a while to get the price it's worth.

Holy Sword Psycho came in an oversized box with a cassette tape and other paperwork; Kiki Kaikai came in a big vinyl record sized package with little plastic figures. Otherwise everything the four complete games you have are as complete as they come.

weekendroady

Having a really tough time figuring out a fair price for the following unlicensed FDS games. None come with a box or manual. They all work and load the game as described.

Bishoujo Meijin Ikusa (Original disk in Hacker card sleeve)
Comic Sakka Series Touma Senki #1 - Mashoujo Gakuen Evil (Original disk in Hacker card sleeve)
Comic Sakka Series Touma Senki #3 - Ryuujin Sensei Kikiippatsu (Original disk in Hacker card sleeve)
Sailor Fuku Bishōjo Zukan Vol.3 (Original disk in basic plastic FDS case)
Date de Blackjack (Original disk in basic plastic FDS case)
Gal's Dungeon (Original disk in basic plastic FDS case)

I also have Bishōjo Shashinkan: Moving School on a standard unlabeled Nintendo FDS disk

"Original disk" is my best assessment for the type of disc these used (the off-white with the two rectangle sized holes under the label). They seem to be in line with how these were produced.

I'm somewhat interested in moving these, but don't want to make the mistake of offloading something unbelievably rare and desirable. I can find very little information on most of these as far as previous sales. My guess is they all run about the same, but just looking for other opinions.