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Old 06-19-09, 04:54 PM
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Does anyone keep track of out of print / rare 360 games?

I can't believe what some of these games are going for at only a few years old. NFS Carbon CE just ran me $50 for a new copy. Between Amazon Marketplace, Half, and ebay there are only 2 brand new copies of NFS Most Wanted available: $60! There's actually a listing of Gun on Amazon for $80; most are around 50 though. This is pissing me off. I'd like to know what else I should be trying to pick up sooner rather than later. There are other good games I'm getting for $10-$15 off NewEgg, but these others that are only a few years old are costing me an arm and a leg.
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Re: Does anyone keep track of out of print / rare 360 games?

I saw Gun at Walmart yesterday for $20, I knew I should have picked it up.
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I sold NFS Carbon LE on e bay a couple of months ago for $20. Oh well.
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Re: Does anyone keep track of out of print / rare 360 games?

WTF? Rare 360 games?
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Re: Does anyone keep track of out of print / rare 360 games?

Originally Posted by GizmoDVD
WTF? Rare 360 games?
Kameo
Perfect Dark Zero
Banjo Kazooie Nuts and Bolts
Viva Pinata

did I miss any?
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Re: Does anyone keep track of out of print / rare 360 games?

Originally Posted by fujishig
Kameo
Perfect Dark Zero
Banjo Kazooie Nuts and Bolts
Viva Pinata

did I miss any?

Cute
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Re: Does anyone keep track of out of print / rare 360 games?

Originally Posted by fujishig
Kameo
Perfect Dark Zero
Banjo Kazooie Nuts and Bolts
Viva Pinata

did I miss any?
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Re: Does anyone keep track of out of print / rare 360 games?

I have Call of Duty 2 for $80 shipped.
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Re: Does anyone keep track of out of print / rare 360 games?

Originally Posted by fujishig
Kameo
Perfect Dark Zero
Banjo Kazooie Nuts and Bolts
Viva Pinata

did I miss any?
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Re: Does anyone keep track of out of print / rare 360 games?

Originally Posted by fujishig
did I miss any?
The XBLA games.
Old 06-22-09, 01:03 AM
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Re: Does anyone keep track of out of print / rare 360 games?

The only rare xbox 360 game i know of is the original oblivion game that was first rated teen.
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Re: Does anyone keep track of out of print / rare 360 games?

You can always go here to get an idea of video game prices on the used market:

http://www.videogamepricecharts.com/


That said, there really isnt much of a market for collectable video games. PS1 JRPGS can fetch some high dollar, but 90% or more of old video games become worthless.

I thought I would play the market two years ago, and I bought a ton of PS2 JRPGS. Now, most of em have dropped in value even Baldur's Tate Dark Alliance. Also my entire Xbox 1 library is practically worthless except for KOTOR, and I never buy junk like sports games.

In the end, it's all about having fun playing the games, but kinda makes me sick to see how worthless my games are these days.
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Re: Does anyone keep track of out of print / rare 360 games?

Has Atlus released any weird Japanese games for the 360?
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Re: Does anyone keep track of out of print / rare 360 games?

Originally Posted by orangecrush18
Has Atlus released any weird Japanese games for the 360?
Yeah, gems like Operation Darkness, Spectral Force 3, and Zoids Assault, all of which are pretty easily available for 30 bucks or less.

Very few Atlus games seem to become rare these days, and they've even been reprinting older titles. I mean, Amazon last year got a re-release of Persona 2.

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