You've Got Grail! The Valuation Thread

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Re: What's it worth?

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:lol:

Of the games I had Aero Fighters 2 was bearable but it was Aero Fighters 2 so not really worth playing more than once :(

It was a while ago and I'm struggling to remember what games I actually had for it. I only had a handful but hardly used it before I shifted it on. I definitely had Fatal Fury Special, KoF 94 or maybe 97, Last Blade and a couple of Sam Shos, all of which had really disruptive loading times from what I remember.

That Steve666b guy in Japan on eBay used to have a load for sale with spine cards and everything :hinthint:

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Yes, unless you are a collector I'd probably give it a miss, there's much better ways to play Neo games on a sensible budget (MVS/consolised MVS).

Larger /newer games take too long to load and imo ultimately spoiled the experience for me. Loading times weren't so bad for some of the older/smaller titles that I had but the juggling monkey quickly becomes tiresome :problem: in reality it probably feels longer than it actually is :whoopsie:
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Paulie wrote: feels longer than it actually is
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Re: What's it worth?

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I'm tempted to get one just to find out more about this juggling monkey. :think:
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Re: What's it worth?

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:lol:

Not really anything more to it than a little animation of a monkey juggling a few balls. Not all games have the juggling monkey but I think most do or at least the majority of the ones I had did.

One big plus for the Neo CD is the pad, I think it's lovely as far as pads go probably my second favourite after the snes pad.
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I own all 3 systems :) I use my NGCD mostly for non fighting games or to listen to the soundtracks (most of the ngcds have the ost on the CD).
AES is more or less just for collectiong reasons and MVS to play the games, especially the more expensive ones.
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Re: What's it worth?

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I'm having a purge of my games collection, I don't own a NTSC-J Playstation 2 and although these games look fantastic I don't need them in my collection.

I've owned them since they were first released and they have just sat on my shelf!

All games are brand new and sealed in mint condition.

I have no idea on the value so was hoping to get some ideas before putting them up for sale in the market place.

Sega Ages 2500 - Monster World

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OutRun 2 SP

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Sega Rally 2006

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Castlevania

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Re: What's it worth?

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I've a couple of invoice payments heading my way, which I should put into a savings account. But I don't have a savings account, so....

If I ever find one, how much should I pay for an Air Assault (Irem) PCB?

Thanks.

EDIT: Or I'll take Fire Barrel, as it's the same game.
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Re: What's it worth?

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not 100% on these as prices vary a lot, but;

Sega Ages 2500 - Monster World = £25 to £35
OutRun 2 SP = £60 to £80
Sega Rally 2006 = £30
Castlevania = £10 to £15
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Re: What's it worth?

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Nice one mate :awe:
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Taito X1 and X2 system ?
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Re: What's it worth?

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Hi ti all, need a price for this, original japanese, battery changed summer 2013 by capcom :

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Re: What's it worth?

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manimani wrote:Hi ti all, need a price for this, original japanese, battery changed summer 2013 by capcom :

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Buying or selling? Is there a receipt proving Capcom did it and when?
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Re: What's it worth?

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probably arount the 250 range and that was for an uncased one ....tbh i dont know anymore that could be low or high :roll: japan prices are around 500 ....ridic.
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system11 wrote:Buying or selling? Is there a receipt proving Capcom did it and when?
Perhaps want to sell it depend of the price, i asked to Sophia who send it to Capcom, that cost me 20000 yens and they changed the battery end of august 2013. I have also a Tenchi wo kurau 2, original and japanese too, with battery changed same way/price june 2012.
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Re: What's it worth?

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Whats the going rate for these?

Donpachi JP pcb
Thunder Dragon II pcb (Big Bang ver)
Crystal of Kings + Crystal system mobo
Strikers 1945 PLUS mvs
Fire Barrel pcb
Macross Plus pcb
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Re: What's it worth?

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monouchi wrote:Whats the going rate for these?


Strikers 1945 PLUS mvs
Around £80GBP for the cart only.

HTH

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Re: What's it worth?

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Thanks Ralph.
Wonder about Thunder dragon 2 and Fire barrel...

Crystal of kings + mobo is all over the place in price,... :/
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Re: What's it worth?

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Big Bang $250 - 300
Crystal of Kings w/ Motherboard +-$250
Fire Barrel - difficult, as it's a very rare one and hardly ever for sale. There was one on ebay recently that ended close to $400, but it was from a Korean seller with sketchy description, so it's worth probably more than that. I'd say $400 - 600.
400 will bring you a MP per minute, though (including mine)
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Re: What's it worth?

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Thanks Imhotep!
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