Gamecube collection

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dave_85uk

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Hi, I am considering selling my Gamecube collection and was wondering if I could pick the heads of any retro lovers here on seeing how much it is worth so I can decide to go through with it or not.

Games:

Resident Evil 0, 1, 2, 3, 4, CV
Legend of Zelda Collectors Edition (Sealed)
Legend Of Zelda Twilight Princess (Seadled)
Legend of Zelda The Wind Waker
1080 Avalanche
Wave Race Blue Storm
F-Zero
Luigi's Mansion
Super Smash Brothers
Mario Kart DD (Also a seperate le case and slip from GAME)
Mario Power Tennis
Super Mario Sunshine
Fire Emblem Path of Radiance (Sealed)
Pikmin
Pikmin 2 (Sealed)
Mario Smash Football
Mario Golf
Mario Baseball
Pokemon Channel
Donkey Konga (1, 2 and Jungle Beat)
Dancing Stage Mario Mix (With Mat)
Metroid Prime (1 and 2)
Eternal Darkness
Starfox Adventures
Baiton Kaitos
Metal Gear Solid
Soul Calibre II
Tales of Symphonia
Skies of Arcadia
Vietiful Joe (1, 2, Red Hot Rumble)
Star Wars Rogue Leader
Star Wars Rebel Strike
Ikaruga
Odama (With Mic)
Cars
007 Everything or Nothing
F1 2002

2 Black memory cards (256 I think)
4 Grey memory cards (64 I think)
Joytech 15.6" screen (no box and some scratches)
2 normal controllers
1 Wavebird
Broadband adapter
Gamecube Console

Everything is boxed and mint but the odama box and mario dance box has some wear on them. All games comes with manuals but star points used.

Your evaluations are appreciated and if I am not allowed to do this then I will remove this post ASAP when I am told and sorry for the wrong doing.

Many thanks
 

Tazbot

Distinguished Member
Very similar to my Gamecube collection there mate. You could get a better idea on eBay or even try selling these gems to Wii owners!!

I would check with the moderators as to the rules regarding posting like you have. Although you haven't listed them 'for sale' your post may imply that :D

Generally speaking, an average of £5 for each game (condition etc).

Good luck :smashin:
 

dave_85uk

Standard Member
Thanks buddy for your comment, I might just create a trading thread as well and see if the moderators close this one.
 

tesla246

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I think you can get 10 pound each. And twilight princess (sealed) is probably worth 20-30 pounds

good luck
 

NST

Novice Member
I agree, both Zelda games should fetch £30+ along with Tales of Symphonia, Ikaruga, Pikmin 2 and possibly the Broadband adaptor. I think your Mario Kart DD could get some interest as well.
 

dave_85uk

Standard Member
Thanks for your evaluations, I have now created a thread in the classified section. Its just a case to see who wants it now :).
 

tesla246

Novice Member
yeah, for these games, you can ask around 25 pounds:

Resident Evil 4
Legend Of Zelda Twilight Princess (Seadled)
Mario Kart DD (Also a seperate le case and slip from GAME)
Fire Emblem Path of Radiance (Sealed)
Pikmin 2 (Sealed)
Baiton Kaitos
Metal Gear Solid
Tales of Symphonia
Skies of Arcadia
Odama (With Mic)

especially pikmin 2 (sealed) and metal gear solid the twin snakes are worth some serious cash :D
 

dave_85uk

Standard Member
yeah, for these games, you can ask around 25 pounds:

Resident Evil 4
Legend Of Zelda Twilight Princess (Seadled)
Mario Kart DD (Also a seperate le case and slip from GAME)
Fire Emblem Path of Radiance (Sealed)
Pikmin 2 (Sealed)
Baiton Kaitos
Metal Gear Solid
Tales of Symphonia
Skies of Arcadia
Odama (With Mic)

especially pikmin 2 (sealed) and metal gear solid the twin snakes are worth some serious cash :D
Thanks tesla, I have had a few offers but from your evaluation I might look for more from the bundle :thumbsup: but i'll stick to my target. I still can't believe how bad the value has gone though, I remember paying £45 for Mario Baseball but now its worth half that or less :eek:.
 

G a f f e r

Well-known Member
Hi Dave.
Seeing as you have now created a thread in the classifieds section I will close this one here and you can continue over there as per forum rules.

P.S. A great collection there btw :thumbsup:.
 
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