Racket Boy delivers a list of the most valuable SNES games, which rather than being rare are costly due to their popularity and the hunt for elusive boxed SNES games in good condition.
I only have one on the list, Super Mario RPG.
the Goomba statement, I crushed,roasted, or swatted them away every chance i got.
Shadowrun snes was awesome its not rare or expensive though.
Whats even more rare? Finding a Launch Day Xbox 360 that still works.
Out of all those, I only have Mario RPG also. It's laying somewhere in my house. I think.... But, that list, I've only played half those games.
megaman soccer anyone? that game is damn fun, and pretty hard to find
For selling my SNES games so cheap. I used to own Mega Man X 3 and Super Mario RPG (along with a few other rare ones), but I sold 'em for ten bucks. Who would have thought they'd go for so much?
I don't care how much a sealed copy of Chrono Trigger is worth, the enjoyment I got from playing it is worth more.
Ogre Battle. I wasn't surprised to see it though. I never heard of it until one of my friends lent it to me years ago. Now I don't even know who it belongs to, so it's mine.
i had super mario rpg, i loved it so much i liked the many stages of Smithy when your battling him, my best team was GENO, MARIO, BOWSER i really liked GENO, he deserved his own game i hate Mallow... that turd was weak and always crying ive downloaded a rom... but it just doesnt feel the same i never won the yoshie races and there was tadpoles and frogs evrerywhere and the mole city,.....and the joker guy theres a secret at the jokers house where mario transforms into 2d and black and white for a few secounds i wouldnt buy it cause the batteries inside the cartridges that i still got died, and all my saves are lost i aslo wanted to buy a genises for sonic 3d blast i had a sega gamegear, it was awesome, 6 batteries lasted a day or two i played true lies, ristar, sonic 2, alot
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