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danilochka wrote:I felt the need to come and restore the balance here after all these minty games are being posted
Some of the atrocities I've been sent recently make Jiffy Bags seem like a good packaging solution! I've had a game posted wrapped in a plastic bag, inside a plastic bag, inside another plastic bag, all contained in essentially bin liner with a my address and a stamp attached to it. But the one that really takes the biscuit for me was the idiot who decided to put a fragile cardboard N64 game in a large letter envolope with no form of protection / padding whatsoever. Needless to say it didn't arrive unscaved and I was fuming, especially when you consider I paid £3.95 for p&p!!
danilochka wrote:In an attempt to kind of revive this thread; what do people think the future will be like for N64 collecting? will the prices of games gradually rise over time, like we've seen happen to SNES games?
At the moment the only PAL game(s) that can fetch £100+ are those sought after australian exclusives, Snowboard Kids 2 and Starcraft 64. Personally, I can't see much changing in the next few years but if one game was to break £100 it'll probably be Conker's Bad Fur Day, which I keep seeing selling at ridiculous BIN prices.
~nomad~ wrote:Everyone wants a cardboard box, but noone wants to pay the postage it now costs I imagine!
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