Submitted by MariaHelFutura 413d ago | article

Positive Collecting Attitude

Ask any retro game collector and they will all agree that it’s hard to find sought after games at decent prices in their respective area. Collectors are waking up at early hours to compete with other collectors who are competing with resellers to find uncommon or rare games at value prices. (Culture, Retro)

darthv72  +   413d ago
I scour flea markets and goodwill's and have been lucky a few times. Like walking into a goodwill only to see a model FZ-1 3do for $10 and it worked with the game battle chess in the tray.

The best score i found was a pioneer CLD-A100 laseractive w/genesis pack for $25. the laser doesnt read but it still plays carts. i have to crack that sucker open and see whats wrong.

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