So I found I own a rare NES game worth....
For Christmas, I'm buying a 3rd party NES/SNES game player, that will play a game from either system. So I go on amazon, looking for some good old school games to buy with it. I remember loving the game "Bubble Bobble" when I was a kid, and also loving the sequel.
So I go on Amazon.com and find that the original Bubble Bobble is only 10 bucks. Nice. I search for the sequel, "Bubble Bobble Part 2," but I find it's wayy out of my price range ... there was only 4 sellers, all selling used copies of the game (without the box or the manual) for 140 bucks!
So the next day I look into my little collection of NES games. I haven't looked at these things in years, so I don't remember what I have. I just want to make sure I don't go on Amazon and buy a game I already own. Then, as I'm sifting through the pile, I pick a random game up, look at it.. and what is it.... Bubble Bobble Part 2! ha
Now I'm deciding if I should sell it or not. I could probably get like $120 for it at least, more if I held out for someone who was willing to overspend. The money would be great, but it's kind of cool to have a rare game like that. My collectors mentality is kicking in. Especially since it's a pretty fun game to begin with.
So what would you guys do, sell or keep?