Tron buddy, I was only funnin'. It's all yours. I need to stop watching Pawn Stars, gets my negotiating juices going. LOL.
Like Oltobaz, I have a few duplicate games I'd be happy to trade:
- TOCA Touring Car Championship (PlayStation 1, PAL);
- Tomba! (PlayStation 1, NTSC-U/C);
- Sonic Heroes (PlayStation 2, PAL).
Tomba is disc only (no manual or original case, but comes in a CD-single jewel case), but TOCA and Sonic Heroes come complete with manual and original cases.
As for what systems I own, they are:
- Compaq Presario laptop (running Windows XP & Linux Mint);
- Game Boy;
- Game Boy Color;
- Game Boy Advance SP;
- iMac G3;
- 2008 Intel iMac;
- Nintendo 64;
- Nintendo 3DS;
- Nintendo GameCube;
- PlayStation 2;
- PlayStation 3;
- Sega Mega Drive;
- Sega Saturn;
- Xbox (original).
- marth, villager, little Mac, or lucario amiibo NIB
- rarer games for atari 2600, nes, snes
- CIB games for n64 and saturn
- wii u games
Had to laugh at the Fire Emblem game discussion.
Same thing happened to me late last year. Trying to sell some NES games locally on a buy, sell and trade site. I had sold some common games with no problems and thought that was painless. Maybe some less common games should go. It started of with getting lower offers then my listing price. Then multiple offers and neighbors telling me that people were driving by my house looking for me. You can't please everyone and maybe I should of sold for less. Wanting to not gouge anyone and get what I paid for the games ended in a no sale. Irritating for me as the games Panic Restaurant and Chip and Dale 2 were half what other on-line sites listed. The games now sit in storage. They are both fun games and my wife has been suggesting downsizing again. Not sure it is worth the headache.
Good luck to all who try to sell or trade.
Hahaha! Can I quote this?