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This is pretty cool but the only thing I would be worried about would be lowering the price of several of the games if I ever decided to sell part of my collection. End labels are nice but I'm not a 100% sure how things like this would effect the price of the game. Still, this is definitely an interesting way to make your collection more appealing.
Very cool concept. I'm with Rev though. I know if I was collecting N64 games, I wouldn't consider buying a cartridge with these end labels on it, because it's not natural or "pure". It's a blemish from a collector's perspective, especially if there's any residue after removal. That being said, for the retro gaming crowd, these things are pretty awesome. If I came from that perspective, I'd love these things.
Critic... I wanted to follow up on this old review of N64 top labels, since I now have my N64 games on a shelf and I am considering buying some of these. (I don't know that the company you used still does them, but plenty of sellers have them on ebay.) As you see in the above post (as PSX), my concern at the time was whether it left residue when the label is removed. That concern remains. My goal would be to have the labels for display purposes, but I would want them to be easily removable if I want to sell a game. What is your experience with these labels in that situation? By all means, if anyone else has used them, please feel free to input as well.