Sentinel64's Acrylic Display Cases For N64 & SNES Games

Sentinel64-Introduces-Acrylic-Display-Cases-For-N64-SNES-GamesEver wanted to fully protect your rare Nintendo 64 and Super Nintendo titles in acrylic cases without paying a premium for 3rd party grading services? Sentinel64 have the answer for you with their newly released acrylic display cases - perfect for sealed games and priceless retro gaming gems.

While these do cost a little more than Sentinel64's previous protective PolyEthyleneTerePhthalate (PET) cases, can you really put a price on preservation? Similar to their other cases, these acrylic display boxes are made by gamers, for gamers, with their snug yet breathable size which is best suited to boxed Nintendo classics.

Single cases can be had for £8.99, whilst multiple purchases bring along some discount.

Link: Sentinel64's Acrylic Display Cases For SNES & N64 Games


Last Updated ( 13 May 2013 )  

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+1 (Link to this comment) DerZocker 2013-05-14 06:42
Nice thing! Anyway, grading service are brought to us by the devil himself fueled by the souls of little kittens. Games are meant to be played, not to be used as substitute for goldbars
+1 (Link to this comment) fiatbravodriver 2013-05-14 09:24
These should sell well. I dont mind looking at photos of graded games but its something I would never pay for. I wish someone would make replacment PS1 Euro Cases.
+1 (Link to this comment) tcdev 2013-05-14 13:15
Hmmm... nice! I've got a few MIB/unopened candidates that I could justify buying these cases for... if I can get them to Australia without tripling their price!

As for graders... charlatans that have artificially created a service that serves absolutely no-one except themselves. What a rort!
+1 (Link to this comment) k1ngarth3r 2013-05-14 20:22
Great addition to there line up - With some games costing £100's to £1000's it seems silly not to invest in these...
(Link to this comment) gamesgaryjp 2013-05-20 14:59
These look like a nice way to protect worthwhile games with.

Quoting DerZocker:
Nice thing! Anyway, grading service are brought to us by the devil himself fueled by the souls of little kittens. Games are meant to be played, not to be used as substitute for goldbars


Games are meant to be used by the owner in any way they see fit. If you dont want to grade, then dont. Its up to other people what they do with their stuff and i dont see how it affects you what others choose to do :P
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