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1. Posted: Thu 15th Oct 2009 11:31 BST
Hi there!I am new here and I just want to know if we have some sealed collectors here. Waht do you think about this type of collecting games? Is it a good investment or a waste of money?
best greetingsDenvan from http://forum.sealedgameheaven.com
2. Posted: Thu 15th Oct 2009 12:53 BST
Hi there Denvan welcome to NL. Is what your really trying to ask 'Would you like to buy games from my shop?' or are you doing some research or something? Anyway I kind of understand the appeal of these things and if I had the money I would probably collect a few of my favorites. I actually try to guess what current games will become valuble in the future,usually the ones that no one buy's at the time, and buy it ,play it, trade it in, then buy it again when it's dirt cheap and keep it sealed and hope that it will be worth something in the future.
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3. Posted: Thu 15th Oct 2009 13:03 BST
I dont see the point of buying a game just to display it. if I buy a game, I want to play it.
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4. Posted: Thu 15th Oct 2009 18:41 BST
I don't collect because it takes years for the value to go up. And its not always guaranteed because its hard to guess the market.
I think most collectors buy two. One to play and one to keep sealed.
Edited on Thu 15th October, 2009 @ 18:42 by Ramandus
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5. Posted: Thu 15th Oct 2009 18:47 BST
My dad collects books, and often buys 2 copies. Just a waste of money. Do you buy a second wii to never play? No! Why buy a second game?
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6. Posted: Thu 15th Oct 2009 19:29 BST
Welcome to NL, Denvan. The only game I own that is truly sealed is...<_<>_><_<>_>Super Mario Galaxy[runs away]
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