What should I do with my PS2 (+about 15 games) and original XBOX(+about 8 games)

Well I now have these boxed up and ready to get rid of. Should I list them on Ebay, for sale or trade here or trade them in at Game?

The Xbox is about 2 months old.

I know they're not worth much now but I don't want to get stuck with them.

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Original Poster

How much will I get for the results?

I sold my ps2 with 17 games on here for £160

Original Poster

Greg

I sold my ps2 with 17 games on here for £160



Really?? I only want about £60 for mine

Original Poster

My Xbox will come with Halo, Halo 2, Forza, Top Spin, Fable and PGR 2

Playstation comes with
Pro Evo 5
True Crime Streets of LA
Enter the Matrix
Pro Evo 3
Medal of Honour Frontline
GT4 Prologue
Tiger Woods 2004
GTA San Andreas
Monkey Island
Splinter Cell
GTA Vice City
Freedom Fighters
Timesplitters 2
Ratchet and Clank 3
Ratchet and Clank Locked and Loaded
Prince of Persia
16 mb official memory card and 2 controllers. It's the satin colourer quiter one.

Only sell on ebay if you are confident of avoiding the scammers.

Greg

Really?? I only want about £60 for mine



£60? I don't think you'd have much trouble getting that amount. Surely even GAME/Gamestation would pay that much too.

Original Poster

GAME/Gamestation would pay that much too



Game don't list any Xbox stuff in their trade in list any more.

Might truck my luck on the FS/FT boards here first.

What do you think is a realistic price for them?

edit: truck my luck! brilliant. Obviously mean try my luck...

Original Poster

Only sell on ebay if you are confident of avoiding the scammers



Tricky one. I'm aware of most scams. I think Ebay would be a last resort though.

What is your asking price for the Xbox+games.

If you can get yourself some sodium chlorate you could mod it, as shown on YouTube:
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ill give you £50 and take em off your hands. Doing you a favour

Original Poster

What is your asking price for the Xbox+games



£45 + delivery?

Why not take them to the Childrens Ward at your local hospital???

For the sake of the hassle and the little return you'll get, can you imagine the Joy and Hapiness you could bringh to some very sick Kiddies?????

Just a thought.....

Original Poster

I would love to be able to do that but I should be able to get £100 - £150 for everything which is a lot of money when you've just bought your first house...

have you tried CEX, unloaded my xbox stuff there, very reasonable

Go for it and stick it in the fs/ft forum.

Looks like you got interests!

put them in your local paper advertised something like 'modern state of the art gaming consoles - xbox and playstation (no refunds)'. Hopefully some naive parent will buy them for their kid thinking they're the new models.

Was thinking about doing something similar for my old school ps2, 5 oldish games couple of joypads, memory card etc.
Rather than put it in the fs/ft forum I was wondering about taking it into game and exchanging it in there rather than have to mess about with postage costs etc.
Any body had any experience of exchanging stuff in game or similar high street shops?

Original Poster

You would only have game vouchers though, they can't be used any where … You would only have game vouchers though, they can't be used any where else, can they?



You can get cash if you want but they offer more for vouchers....

have you tried CEX, unloaded my xbox stuff there, very reasonable



No CEX near me

Go for it and stick it in the fs/ft forum.



I'm going to advertise them at work and if they haven't sold by Friday I'll stick them on the FS/FT board here over the weekend.


Any idea on how much I should advertise at?
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