That cart is near mint - easily 5/7!
Seriously though, people are dumb.
Not quite as dumb as you may think. It all comes down to search engine results. If some people are looking for games in "near mint" state, there's a good chance they will literally use "near mint" as their search criteria, and so you include such words as "near mint" in your auction description to encourage search engine hits. But then you're entering the field of the "one-fish" principle, which is the aspect that's actually the dumb part.
The "one-fish" principle is the concept that's like a lake where there's a single big fish you absolutely want to catch. Whatever else is in the lake (smaller fish) is just not interesting to you, you want the big one, but you know that your lure is less than interesting, and you don't want to wait around forever, so you put all kinds of reflective junk on your line to try to get the big fish's attention, and you deploy a lot of effort (rowing your boat around the lake) to try to get closer to the physical location of the big fish (even though you never see where it actually is, so it's all based on hope) and improve your odds of catching it. And all this time, what keeps you motivated is the idea that's you'll be able to brag about how you caught the biggest fish in the lake, and how delicious this big fish will be once it's been cooked and served on a plate.
And this is a dumb mentality because:
a) The odds that the biggest fish in the lake will bite your crappy lure is extremely low.
b) The big fish may not even be hungry at the time you're casting your line.
c) The big fish is NOT going to taste better than the smaller fish in the lake, once it's served on your plate.
d) Whatever size of fish is found in a lake is usually only big enough for one meal, even the biggest one, so if you do manage to catch that one big fish you're after, it's only going to feed you for one day, so you'll have expended tons of effort for just one diner.
e) You can only brag about catching the big fish once, maybe take a picture of it for posterity. But really, one week later everyone around you will have mostly forgotten about your big catch (including you, most likely) so it's all short-term gratification.
The common-sense fisherman will understand that a crappy lure is probably not going to get him the biggest fish, and if he does catch something small, he will eat it along with veggies and other stuff, and at the end of the day, he will be satisfied.
When you think about it, the "one-fish" principle explains the behavior of people who spend their days (and money) in casinos playing slot machines. Gotta beat the odds and catch that big jackpot, no matter how long it takes.