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  1. If you could go back to when you first started gaming/collecting, be that 1977, 1985, or 1993, knowing what you know now, what, if anything would you do differently. This could range from: -I wouldn't throw out boxes and manuals -I would have never bought system X but instead would have focused on system Y -I wouldn't have lent games to friends, or let my little brother destroy my games -I would have bought system X that I never got into, etc. -I would have played more RPG's knowing that I wouldn't have time to as an adult -I would buy certain games/systems that I know would be valuable to sell later I will answer myself, but would like to see some thoughts on this first! Have fun
  2. The PS2 ROCKS with over 1,850 games released in North America! Here are a ton of great hidden gems for the console you may not know about. Games Shown: Legend of Kay Gungriffon Blaze Mister Mosquito Silpheed Lost Planet Disaster Report Maximo Ghost to Glory War of the Monsters Okage Shadow King Klonoa 2: Lunatea's Veil Aqua Aqua Primal
  3. http://youtu.be/piQrHbEEf-8 My good buddy Reggie shares his favorite Japanese Role Playing Game Hidden Gems from his PSP collection.
  4. The mighty Nintendo DS handheld was a smashing world-wide success with over 150 million units sold since 2004. The DS is home to hundreds of fun & unique games in every genre...but in this video my friend Kinsey & I reveal some Hidden Gems or lesser known games that every DS gamer should have in their collection. What games would you like to see in Parts 2 & 3?
  5. John Hancock shows some more of his favorite Dreamcast games that very few collectors know about. The visual differences in Bleem! are really quite striking... Hopefully that came across in the video...
  6. This was a bit surprising: http://www.gamesradar.com/most-valuable-wii-games/ But its no joke there is a love affair with horse games: http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B001DJ7PFA/ref=s9_simh_gw_p63_d0_i1?pf_rd_m=ATVPDKIKX0DER&pf_rd_s=center-2&pf_rd_r=1TJMV2RZBCE6T8ERJ0HQ&pf_rd_t=101&pf_rd_p=1630083502&pf_rd_i=507846 and the one in the article: http://www.amazon.com/My-Horse-Me-Riding-Gold-Nintendo/dp/B001M6AHHM/ref=sr_1_1?s=videogames&ie=UTF8&qid=1385566906&sr=1-1&keywords=My+Horse+and+Me%3A+Riding+for+Gold+-+Nintendo+wii 2 new from $200.00 12 used from $59.951 collectible from $99.99 So people still buy rare games just because they are rare?
  7. ... and doesn't make you feel guilty for spending sound money on obsolete and dirty plastic objects?
  8. I'm at that point again where I want to get rid of a vast majority of my collection and am trying to get really serious about it. Right now it numbers over 500 videogame and computer systems from all eras and locations, countless thousands of software items, and all kinds of accessories, add-ons, and other materials. It takes up a good portion of a very large basement. I'm not looking to get rich, but I am looking to at least get pennies on the dollar rather than give the stuff away. I've contacted a few museums, but they're only interested in portions of the collection and there are other hoops that I'd have to go through that don't really make it worth it. So, outside of piecemeal on eBay for maximum dollars but probably a decade or more of my life, what other options are there? I was thinking about an estate sale place, but don't really know anything about that from first-hand experience. Anyone have any thoughts about that? Thanks for the thoughts in advance.
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