As PBS series Antiques Roadshow has taught me, the world of collectibles is a volatile one. You may have a priceless, one-of-kind game sitting on your shelf right now. Then again, it’s just as likely something you think is rare has become all too common in this increasingly digital world. In my many years as a gamer, I’ve seen a number of titles go from hard-to-find to ubiquitous.
GamesRadar has already explored the world of valuable limited edition consoles, Wii games, and amiibo. Now’s the time to explore what happens when a previously unavailable game go back on sale. Did their prices drop on eBay? Did the public give these rare games a new chance?