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#208349 7-Feb-2017 21:35
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Looking for 80's and 90's games. Of particular interest are RPG's and adventure games. I will pay a good price but they need to be in their original boxes. I'll typically pay similar to what they would go for on ebay assuming a similar quality of item. I also have some duplicates that I would be willing to trade so if you've got anything you want to get rid of send me a msg and I'll give you a price and a trade offer.


To give any potential sellers an indication of what I would pay here are a few examples:


Ultima 7: $120


Ultima 7 Part 2: $130


Fallout 1/2: $150 each (note: this assumes general completeness and good box condition)


Early might and magics: Up to $50.


Kings Quest: Up to $40.


For factory sealed I will typically pay double.

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  #1716983 8-Feb-2017 08:46
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Dang, Ill have to check my cupboard :D


I've picked up a few older games via local Facebook groups, usually people who have kids that have grown up and moved out leaving behind their old games etc :)

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  #1717221 8-Feb-2017 14:28
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Reminiscing the good old times...

Not pictured:
Diablo Hellfire
Kill Crush & Destroy
C&C Tiberium Sun

That's most of what I have I think (might be more boxed up in the garage). All should be complete and in good condition. (I was one of the kids that would very carefully open boxes as to try and not crease the flaps etc.)


No longer have my copies of Ultima 8, and Fallout 2.

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