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Wanted: Factory Sealed copy of Mario Party 1 on Nintendo 64

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7y, 8m agoPosted 7 years, 8 months agoFeedback:2 Positive/0 Neutral/0 Negative
I am looking for a factory sealed copy of this game on the N64, must be in mint/excellent condition and be sealed with red nintendo tear strip, willing to pay £200 or more
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7y, 8m agoPosted 7 years, 8 months agoFeedback:2 Positive/0 Neutral/0 Negative
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#1
£200 or more? you serious?
surely cant be worth that much?
banned#2
bloomin eck!
#3
I am a nintendo collector, and its one of the last games that i need, so willing to pay serious cash, i am pretty sure there are only a few copies left in this condition.
#4
awoodhall2003
£200 or more? you serious?
surely cant be worth that much?


stuff like that can....
banned#5
wow, well best of luck then!
#6
there's 1 on ebay now for £66 BIN
#7
quidditys_shore
there's 1 on ebay now for £66 BIN


There is but it does not meet the criteria, as that copy is not factory sealed, its just shrink-wrapped. It needs to be sealed like the Banjo Tooie that is on ebay at the moment for £150 on an auction.
#8
Is it not a bit geeky wanting it sealed? Where's the fun in collecting something you'll never be able to open and play on. I can understand it with something like stamps or rare coins, but mass produced games!!! :thinking:
#9
Can you sell something about its original RRP?

I think you maybe looking in the wrong place.
#10
stefor
Is it not a bit geeky wanting it sealed? Where's the fun in collecting something you'll never be able to open and play on. I can understand it with something like stamps or rare coins, but mass produced games!!! :thinking:


I am not looking for personal comments on the issue, just looking for the game in the condition stated. The games may have been mass-produced when released, but believe me the value in this condition will only increase, and as with any form of collecting, the condition of the item is paramount, therefore one that is the same as it was when it left the factory is in as nr perfect condition as possible. Just the same as collecting ceramics etc, looking for ones that have no chips, etc.
#11
nomadicDJ
I am not looking for personal comments on the issue,


This is an open forum, so unfortunately you will get people commenting on the issue of you wanting to pay £200 for a games cartridge. This is a website for cheap deals, we're not used to people with "loads of money".

I've got an unopened Wii Mario Karts with steering wheel I can sell you for £175, game still sealed :thumbsup:
#12
£200?! Shame- I just threw out 3 factory sealed copies of that game- thought they were just retro-rubbish.

Good luck with the search.
#13
stefor
Is it not a bit geeky wanting it sealed? Where's the fun in collecting something you'll never be able to open and play on. I can understand it with something like stamps or rare coins, but mass produced games!!! :thinking:


Nearly everythings mass produced to begin with - that's the whole point of keeping it in a new and 'sealed' condition.

OP - Try AVforums you might have a better success rate. :thumbsup:
#14
Doh, I have Mario Party 3 sealed in my collection, paid less than £20 for it about 3 years ago, now I wonder how much that's worth :p

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