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« on: September 14, 2018, 01:40:50 PM »

But because of how expensive an official cartridge of Knights Of The Round can go for I MIGHT have no choice.  I have an original gold cartridge Legend Of Zelda game.  I was thinking of framing it for collector's purposes but I REALLY want to own a copy of Knights Of The Round.

Well, aside from having Dr. Mario and Lunar Pool (both in like new condition, I might add) I might have to sell good old Zelda too.  How much could I get for each individual cartridge?

(There is a place here in Davie where I could sell, but I dunno what sort of cash deals I'd get in comparison to store credit so that's why I turn here)

Also please note, while I am asking about values, I am still unsure about selling Zelda and will be unless the worth value is an extremely handsome number.  This mostly just an advice thing for the time being.
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« Reply #1 on: September 14, 2018, 03:50:29 PM »

Just FYI, Knights of the Round just got announced as part of the Capcom Beat em up Bundle that is coming to PS4, Switch, and Xbox One next week digitally.

Also, it is getting a physical release in Japan on PS4 and Switch.

Either way, it's a much cheaper alternative to get it along with some other great, expensive Beat em ups all in one place.

https://www.destructoid.c...le-platforms-522625.phtml
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« Reply #2 on: September 14, 2018, 04:22:48 PM »

Oh I know, I plan to eventually get the Beat Em Up collection (I have a large list of Switch games both phyiscal and digital to buy), but this is a game I would like having in cartridge form on my retro shelf as well.  My friend found a reproduction cartridge for 25 bucks, but after Capcom announced that the Street Fighter 2 reproduction cart wasn't meant to played getting a reproduction has me concerned.
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« Reply #3 on: September 14, 2018, 06:59:20 PM »

A LoZ cart isn't worth a lot, and no where near the going rate for Knights of the Round. You can use sites like Pricecharting https://www.pricecharting.com/ to get a rough idea on prices.
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« Reply #4 on: September 14, 2018, 08:49:21 PM »

Oh I know, I plan to eventually get the Beat Em Up collection (I have a large list of Switch games both phyiscal and digital to buy), but this is a game I would like having in cartridge form on my retro shelf as well.  My friend found a reproduction cartridge for 25 bucks, but after Capcom announced that the Street Fighter 2 reproduction cart wasn't meant to played getting a reproduction has me concerned.

Capcom was just being weird with that statement about the Street Fighter II cart starting your SNES on fire. Its totally safe to play it or most other repros on your system.
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« Reply #5 on: September 15, 2018, 12:10:57 AM »

Duke, I happen to know on Lukie games it goes for a LOT more then the 60 something dollar cartridge I found on Amazon earlier.  So I wouldn't be surprised if the seller just didn't know what he had.

Crabmaster: Ohhhhh good! Then I can spring for the 25 dollar reproduction cartridge.  Just need to ask my friend what website he found it on.  And when is Capcom not doing weird things these days? xD
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« Reply #6 on: September 15, 2018, 09:08:13 AM »

Duke, I happen to know on Lukie games it goes for a LOT more then the 60 something dollar cartridge I found on Amazon earlier.  So I wouldn't be surprised if the seller just didn't know what he had.

Crabmaster: Ohhhhh good! Then I can spring for the 25 dollar reproduction cartridge.  Just need to ask my friend what website he found it on.  And when is Capcom not doing weird things these days? xD

They've been getting so much better lately. Resident Evil 7, Resident Evil 2 Remake, Monster Hunter World, Mega Man 11, Onimusha Remake, Devil May Cry 5.

They may have had a spotty decade or so, but looks like things are finally coming around for them.
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« Reply #7 on: September 15, 2018, 12:21:25 PM »

Duke, I happen to know on Lukie games it goes for a LOT more then the 60 something dollar cartridge I found on Amazon earlier.  So I wouldn't be surprised if the seller just didn't know what he had.

Crabmaster: Ohhhhh good! Then I can spring for the 25 dollar reproduction cartridge.  Just need to ask my friend what website he found it on.  And when is Capcom not doing weird things these days? xD

They've been getting so much better lately. Resident Evil 7, Resident Evil 2 Remake, Monster Hunter World, Mega Man 11, Onimusha Remake, Devil May Cry 5.

They may have had a spotty decade or so, but looks like things are finally coming around for them.

I actually might miss launch date, BUT I was planning buying the physical version of 11 for the Switch.  Really excited about it.  I wasn't even aware a demo was available til a couple days ago.  I was never too awful good at classic Mega Man but it never stopped me from loving the franchise.
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« Reply #8 on: September 20, 2018, 11:03:52 AM »

DMC5 is a dream come true. And I always wanted to try Onimusha so now I guess I will be trying the HD version. And Monster Hunter is one I need to try too. Maybe I will try the DmC reboot now knowing that it won't be permanent and I probably won't like it but hey DMC5 is coming and I have heard he will be much more like he was in the first 4 along with a mix of Nero from 4 who I also enjoyed. Maybe just for a laugh I will try DmC the reboot now that things are brighter and I know I will have a better game likely to play later. I may still gag but DMC5 will be there to comfort me back to awesomeness.

I am honestly not huge on Mega Man but I think its cool they are keeping it going too, and its refreshing to see that it too doesn't end with the shoddy clone Mighty No. 9 and will be redeemed as well. Actually I suck at it too, but its among my favorite music. I think X is my favorite of the soundtracks. So yeah i just suck at it but I think its a cool series with some of the best music. I just can't say I am a huge fan since I suck at it too much. 

DMC5 better be good Capcom. And this is coming from a guy who didn't dislike 2. I have mentioned that on here before I think. I did think it was the worse of the 4, but I also had fun playing it so. Still probably better than the reboot.

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