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Most you ever spent on a N64 game?; You need money for games
Topic Started: Oct 10 2016, 03:45 PM (1,313 Views)
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What's the most you ever spent on a N64 game? :n64:
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$70. When they were new! Haha.
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Since I started building my collection back up, Harvest Moon 64. At the time I had money to burn so I just spent $50 straight up on it because I don't see it too often. The cart is pristine though which is nice.

I've tried playing the game and I've realized that it is quite the undertaking. I hope to delve deeper into it at some point.

A close second would be Goemon's Great Adventure which I spent $45 on. I used eBay for that one
( one of only 3 games I've done so for ) but it was thankfully worth every penny.
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Killer Instinct Gold. $85 new in 1996.
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depends

300$ for my n64 back in 1997 with 2 games
125$ for a M2000 Controller 5-6 years ago (sold now)
1000$ for 23 nfl blitz 2000 sealed + 23 razor scooter sealed + 300 box/manuals (all sold now)
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£100 for me, insane amount, for CIB Mario Party 3 minty. This was about a year and a half ago and the price is still hiking.

Also spent £100 on a mint CIB Blues Brothers earlier this year.

Just spent £90, my next closest on a mint Harvest Moon 64 CIB, which considering this was from a UK seller, quite a bargain as no import duties etc to incur.

Quite a lot of money has been spent in my collection. All the games I have added to my originals I have always gone for the top end quality. Nice to have that newish feel. It'll only go up in value for the, literally "rare", and top condition games.

I have had a lot of bargains over the years which help offset any high ticket items I have bought.
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Once I started rebuilding my collection, I spent around $60 for Super Smash Bros. last year. Second place goes to spending $42 the other day for Mystical Ninja Starring Goemon.
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Oct 10 2016, 09:15 PM
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I made some decent penny....but there's no way I could justify that amount spent on video games to my wife lol she dont get it lol

I only buy used games unless it's a triple A games like GTA or a new GH/RB game and I get the limited or collectors edition. 1/game a year is fine for her, even if it's top ussless dollar spent for her.
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Loose Bangai-O cart: $55 (i think). I have enjoyed my $20 loose Sin & Punishment cart way more.

@wildfiremicro: You do need money for games. But remember, on the N64, there are plenty of great games that are still relatively cheap that are more fun to play than many of the top money games.
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Cart alone or does CIB count?? Either way I don't think I've spent over a hundred on a cart, but CIB or even just a box on the other hand I've spent a few hundred.
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Do 64DD games count?
400$ Japan Golf & Doshin 2 spotted lol

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Do 64DD games count?
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$70 for MK Trilogy back when I first got the system
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I spent $1300 on a Zelda MM Gray NFR earlier this year... and it sold for significantly above $2000. Guess it worked out!
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Wow! Some of these prices are no laughing matter.

I paid $450 for Doshin 2 sealed. It also came with extras, so i am satisfied. It goes for much more now.
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Oct 10 2016, 05:26 PM
Since I started building my collection back up, Harvest Moon 64. At the time I had money to burn so I just spent $50 straight up on it because I don't see it too often. The cart is pristine though which is nice.

I've tried playing the game and I've realized that it is quite the undertaking. I hope to delve deeper into it at some point.
It is an undertaking. IIRC I played to year 13 on my main file.

As far as the topic of the post, never more than MSRP. DK64 was probably the most expensive.
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£160 for Conker CIB, this was very recently, second to that would be £110 for Paper Mario CIB, luckily these are the only two PAL titles (that im interested in) which are are significantly above what they retailed for.
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£60 for RE2 CIB but closely followed by Conker CIB for £55.
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I spent $400 on a 50 game bundle. The most, so far, on an individual game was $70 when they first came out lol.
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SoloJones64
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For one game, I guess I threw down around 300 for my 3rd sculptors cut. I spent 600 on a cib n64dd with f zero expansion cib. 650 for my nintendo employee jacket, mug and controller set. 300 for my m2000.
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Second place has been usurped by the $47 I spent just now on Sin & Punishment. Pumped to get it in the mail.
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For me, it was Bangai-O with box and booklet, $85. Not exactly complete because It did not have the cards that came with it, registration, etc.
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italia64
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I spent 165.000 lire for DK64 in the end of 1999 and 198.000 lire for Majora's Mask in 2000, it was about 95$ at the time.

Considering nowadays purchases I spent a lot for Snowboard Kids 2 PAL version. 700Ä+ 200Ä of customs and shipping costs.
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Kerr Avon
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I've paid £50 for an N64 game from time to time, back when the games were new. I don't think I've paid more than that for a new game, and I'm certain I've never paid more than that for a used game when I was looking for rarer games in later years on ebay or the 'net.
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Proud to say that the most I've ever spent on a single game was 25SGD (about US$18?) for a sealed copy of Conker's Bad Fur Day in 2007. Back then I didn't really think much about collecting and I opened it just to play the cart... no regrets though! I only ever buy N64 games that are cheap and I find the whole collecting experience more fun that way (being a broke student back then and now helps out with that too). I did spend 200+SGD on a 64DD though to celebrate the first paycheck I got from the army a couple years back but that was a special occasion for me haha.
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Mine would be about $150 on Bomberman The Second Attack. Great condition and with a (non original) box to protect it so I think it was a decent pick up
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LosTickaToeRest
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Wow, looking it up now I had no idea Second Attack went for that much. Didn't think there was that much demand for it. That's sad, Bomberman 64 was one of my favorites as a kid and I never got a chance to play the sequel even though I always wanted to.
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Houghton0609
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£285 for as new pal shadowgate, £250 for near mint San Francisco rush 2049, £150 pal conkers
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