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Sealed Chrono Trigger Fetching Absurdly Stupid Price

After failing to sell his sealed copy of Chrono Trigger for the SNES at a price of $7,500, eBay user pkspecial.2008 has relisted his item, which has already climbed to $610 as of this writing.

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Kon2396d ago

Emulator comes to mind.

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multipayer2396d ago

I'd just go there and buy the DS version now to get my fix...

HolyOrangeCows2396d ago

I should just buy a copy of Halo 3, Uncharted 2, SMG, and Call of Duty 4 and throw them in a box. Take 'em out in 25 years and (if we haven't been overthrown by communism) sell 'em.

smoothdude2396d ago

There are better ways to invest your money.

multipayer2396d ago

I don't think games with hundreds of sequels are candidates to sell at absurd prices in the future. It has to be awesome obscure stuff.

CrzyFooL2396d ago

It's a collector thing. I have a sealed copy of Panzer Dragoon Saga for Sega Saturn that is easily worth $500+

MWH2396d ago

why did you buy it? what's the point?

Ravenor2396d ago

Clearly you aren't much of a collector of anything.

Zinc2396d ago

To collect it and have it sealed so nobody has ever touched it... there are plenty of items where this is important, as it has to do with the value of the item later on. I don't understand how you can't understand that.

My brother put a down payment on his house with the proceeds from selling ONE THIRD of his comic book collection.

CrzyFooL2396d ago

People collect things, people display things. It's a hobby and a passion. Gamers are no different than people who collect war memorabilia or people who collect stamps or coins. Plus things like this that are truly collectible usually appreciate in value.

skip2mylou2396d ago

collector sports cards come into mind those are worth a lot depending on what you have same with comic books

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MWH2395d ago (Edited 2395d ago )

perhaps my question was a bit bland, i apologize. i meant why would any one buy a classic such as Panzer Dragoon Saga and keep it sealed. now i'm assuming that perhaps you played another copy while kept this one like a bottle of wine. i myself have tons of classic games all the way from the 80's but none which i didn't use.

@Ravenor
clearly you're used to fish in murky waters, change your name to "bottom feeder".

Dan502396d ago

You can get it for the DS now for cheap. :)

Blaine2396d ago

It's over 1000$ now...

Slashbee2396d ago

Not surprising at all, a sealed Earthbound is most likely worth more still though.

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