7 NES frontloaders with power, RF, and a controller each, maybe two, and a few that will be sold with light guns too.
Assuming they work and each come with one controller, you could probably nab around $20 for each of them, maybe more to the right buyer.
2 NES power pads.
I assume loose. If loose, and working, maybe around $5-10 each would be reasonable.
1 medium size power glove for the NES, I can find the large ones but I've never seen another medium.
Not sure on rarity or anything, but again I assume loose. A loose glove with all the necessary components (infared stuff and such) could probably nab around $20 or so.
I have 1 boxed NES with all the manuals for the light gun, console
Depends on what particular model it is. If it's the more common set, and in decent shape overall, you could probably get around $50-80 for it. But there are several different sets, some more desirable than others.
CIB Zelda 2: The Adventures of Link for the NES.
If it's the original, gold version, a reasonable price for one in good condition would be around $10-15. If it's the rerelease (yellow), probably around $30.
NIB Altered Beast for the Genesis.
Not much, unless there's something I'm missing. $5 should be an expected price.
that Callisto album is great. Someone should nab it if they're into post metal. Way more melodic than Noir or True Nature Unfolds, but still damn good. Nice list of cd's. Cudos to purduecrum on the Living Sacrifice pm. personally, i'm more of a Reborn/Hammering Process fan, but either way, those guys still rule.
there should be a bunch of interest for this, but you're going to want to drop the price closer to 100. They're not as valuable as they were a few years back. Same with the JVC X'eye. But it's a great combo system, and I love how it takes up a quarter the space as a regular genesis and cd combo. Good luck with the sale dude.
Ok, but the games aren't the kind of thing I can just go get either. I know its not super rare, but it isn't a $25 Genesis either. If I don't get to buy this one I'll have one I know it working imported. It means enough to me to get one from shipped from inside this country and to support another Atari Ager that I made a offer higher then eBay pricing on similar items in better condition.
I agree with that there. I'll support any of my forum (AA, NA, and NG.com) friends 10 times over any typical ebay sellers just lookin to make a buck off of my hobby. Dealing with real people and real gamers/collectors is whats it's about on here, not just business. Lots of trust.
ignore his messages. once he gets the package he'll see the date on the package that you dropped it off, and he'll fell like an ass.
oh and A2A, I'll NEVER use fed ex as long as im alive. They leave packages un signed for out front of your apartment, AND i've had shit dropped off to me being held together by the truck driver himself. Moment he set it down, box fell apart. oh and this pic is from a package i got last year from a guy on the neo-geo forums. I've never had 1 problem from UPS.
And yeah, canada post sucks too. took over a month last year to get 2 neo geo games. I could have driven to the guys home and back in less than a day to get the games.
as long as i don't see "ive got a baby on the way and need to make room" I don't care. But if i do see that i get pissed. I have a shit ton of video game stuff, and if i was dumb enough to have a kid, I'd still have plenty of room. They might as well just have sais "I shouldn't have gotten married, but im and idiot, and now have a kid on the way, now my bitch wife is forcing me to bail collection, and 'grow up'"
and that is my too much free time as well. Watchin 2 hours of storage wars.