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December 08, 2011, 18:17:41
 
Title System Price Available Until

WiiU

Super Mario Bros. 2 Wii U Virtual Console (NES) 200 coins June 30, 2015
Excitebike Wii U Virtual Console (NES) 200 coins June 30, 2015

Wii

Super Metroid Wii Virtual Console (SNES) 250 coins June 30, 2015
Super Punch Out!! Wii Virtual Console (SNES) 250 coins June 30, 2015

3DS

Super Mario Land 3DS Virtual Console (Gameboy) 150 coins June 30, 2015
Donkey Kong '94 3DS Virtual Console (Gameboy) 150 coins June 30, 2015
Wario Land 2 3DS Virtual Console (Gameboy) 200 coins June 30, 2015
The Legend of Zelda 3DS Virtual Console (NES) 200 coins June 30, 2015


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Posted: 12/08/11, 18:17:41  - Edited by 
 on: 01/21/15, 00:34:09    
 
Why not sign up for a (free) account and create your own content?
 
A great sense of relief is sweeping over my body.


Posted by 
 on: 02/05/12, 19:52:03
@Anand
Me too. I must have at least 10 surveys hoarded for next CN year.


Posted by 
 on: 02/06/12, 18:38:39
Because hoarding the surveys will be reaaaaally necessary what with the 3DS hitting its stride and the Wii U being released.


Posted by 
 on: 02/06/12, 18:42:14
I have a family account for times like these.


Posted by 
 on: 02/06/12, 18:55:22
All I know is, I am fully drought-proof when it comes to Club Nintendo (and playing games, actually). Third-party games showing up is definitely cool, though.

And, y'know, not opening games can really pay off. I have Radiant Historia up for $125 on Amazon right now. (C'monnn, suckers... bite!)

@anon_mastermind
I have SO many. I used to copy the codes from Blockbuster, so I have, like, every version of every Pokemon and Nintendogs game. Plus everything else.


Posted by 
 on: 02/06/12, 18:56:43
Who's gonna buy Radiant Historia for 125$ when they're reprinting it?


Posted by 
 on: 02/06/12, 19:13:14
Uninformed consumers.


Posted by 
 on: 02/06/12, 19:15:33
I sure hope as heck they'd be informed when making a decision to purchase a game for 125$.


Posted by 
 on: 02/06/12, 19:23:33
Okay, you've convinced me. I lowered it to the bargain price of $119.99. Get it while it's hot, folks!


Posted by 
 on: 02/06/12, 19:27:11
I have difficulty imagining games being sold at that price.

When I put LaPucelle Tactics on the Amazon Marketplace, I put in $50 instead of the $125 the next guy was charging.

I just want it gone...


Posted by 
 on: 02/06/12, 19:27:23
What? Is that rare??

YES!

I'm going to get rid of all of my junk in a fiscally rewarding manner.


Posted by 
 on: 02/06/12, 19:32:10
I should tell Tactics Ogre: The Knights of Lodis. I hear that fetches a nice price


Posted by 
 on: 02/06/12, 19:33:35
Ooo, I should sell that, too. Plus my sealed extra copy of Final Fantasy Tactics GBA.

God(s), I love the internet age.


Posted by 
 on: 02/06/12, 19:36:12
The only thing I own that I know is semi-rare is Underoath's Cries of the Past. It was nearly impossible to find and then I just randomly stumbled upon it for $10 new on this small Christian music site years back. I figured it had to be a scam but nah, it was legit. Kind of wish I had kept it in its packaging but that was back before I realized how much rare stuff went for. I mean, I knew that it was hard to find because I had never found it anywhere, period. I didn't realize it could be sold for over $100.


Posted by 
 on: 02/06/12, 19:59:33
@Anand

Congratulations on showing why your "it generally pays off to be a good guy and that's why morals exist" theory is flawed. When you're dealing with people you don't know and trying to make money (i.e. acting like a corporation) even a nice guy like you is willing to be a dick.


Posted by 
 on: 02/07/12, 00:56:36
@Jargon
Seriously? I'm not anti-capitalism. (That would be anti-Ron Paul!) And I'm not selling Insulin, or something. If someone has the desire and the excess funds to pay a premium for a sealed copy of a luxury good, I will gladly enable that. He might even know that a reprint is coming. Or maybe he thought that he was pulling one over on me. I was already planning to sell it once I heard on RFN that it was rare again. Sell it and buy a used copy. Now I'll just buy a new one.

I'm also selling a once-played Super Street Fighter IV for seven dollars. I dunno. It's the game of buying and selling. Arbitrage is how you make money. Every time you win, someone else loses.

It sold, btw.

But SSFIV didn't.


Anyway, my behavioral theory still holds. Being a good guy in this scenario wouldn't really affect my environment at all.


Posted by 
 on: 02/07/12, 02:08:48  - Edited by 
 on: 02/07/12, 02:28:38
EDIT: Blah, I'll read the thread next time before posting.


Posted by 
 on: 02/07/12, 02:12:12  - Edited by 
 on: 02/07/12, 05:28:50
@Anand

A good guy would tell the guy about the reprint and ask him if he still wants it.


Posted by 
 on: 02/07/12, 02:14:53
@Jargon
I would if I knew him. That's what I'm saying. I'm not an unconditionally 'nice' person. I'm an animal like everybody else. Just one that generally believes that it's in my best interests to be nice to others. Especially when it doesn't cost me much.

Now I wanna make a poll.


Posted by 
 on: 02/07/12, 02:28:04
Received my game case last week, and it's pretty slick. Lots of space for games, and really nice covers. Feels legit.

And thank Nintendo for the games-for-coins dealio. On Saturday night friends and I got a lot of enjoyment out of two games: Mario Party 2 and Super Mario Kart. We played a 35-turn game on the Pirate board, and it was fun all the way through. Then we played some battle mode in SMK, loser passing the controller around. It's still as fun as it used to be. Red Shell vs red shell gets so intense!


Posted by 
 on: 02/13/12, 19:08:32
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