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emotional attachment works too.

I know one of you has an unopened copy of Fire Emblem Path of Radiance. And another person has a number of retro games and a few mint condition retro consoles.

I do not have anything rare in my collection. (If you can even call it a collection)

I do have an emotional attachment to my GameCube. Specifically to my copy of Resident Evil 4. Hard to believe Ive had that game now for close to 15 years. It is a petty that every game from this era looks like shit on a modern television. I am sure that there are ways to make it look better. But I cannot be bothered to do that as I do not think I will ever jump back into that library. It is nothing more than a connection to my childhood and nothing more.

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emotional attachment works too.

I still have my original Pokemon Sapphire cartridge... It was my first Pokemon game, which I got as a gift from my parents in 2nd grade. :) I have transferred all my Pokemon from it to the newer games, but I still have my first Pokemon (a Sceptile) and my whole E4 team from my first playthrough. And my first Kyogre and Latias and such.

Edited November 3rd by Cetasaurus
Formerly KM8

thst is very cool!

Posted November 3rd by S.O.H.

I have a new in box 20th Anniversary Pokemon New 3DS console. I also have a new sealed copy of Xenoblade Chronicles for 3DS and a copy of Shadow Hearts for PS2.

Posted November 3rd by I killed Mufasa
I killed Mufasa
long live the king

My most sentimental game for a long time was a copy of Donkey Kong Country for snes that I had since I was 7. Not sure what happened to it.

Posted November 3rd by I killed Mufasa
I killed Mufasa
long live the king

I had my SNES along with all of the old games I had been playing since I was like 3 years old up until a few years ago when it was lost in a fire. Still had all of the DK Country games, Link's Awakening, Mickey Mouse Magical Quest. Now, I don't have much in terms of old sentimental hardware.

Posted November 3rd by Vandy

“I know one of you has an unopened copy of Fire Emblem Path of Radiance. And another person has a number of retro games and a few mint condition retro consoles. ”

That first part is probably me as I have an unopened copy of that game.

The rarest console I have is a complete Sega Genesis with Sega CD and Sega 32X attachments.

Posted November 3rd by Q

Haunting ground for the ps2

Edited November 3rd by Brandy

I still have nearly all the manuals for all the games I own, including Super Mario 64, Super Smash Bros. Melee, and Paper Mario: The Thousand Year Door. I also have Goldeneye: 007, Smash Bros. on the N64, and the original Paper Mario. I also got Super Mario Galaxy with Gamestop's commemorative coin and Super Mario Galaxy 2 launch-day, as well as Little Big Planet 2's Collector Edition. As far as lesser known titles, I'd consider Starfox: Assault, Pac Man World 2, and Tak and the Power of Juju, all for the Gamecube, worthy mentions.

I think the weirdest thing in my collection is the Mario Party e-Reader card game. I have the cards, the device, and the mat to play it on. As part of the game you scan the cards into the e-Reader to play a microgame to see if you've won or lost, and how much.

If we count the things I lost, sold, got rid of, and don't work, you can add N64 rumble paks, GBA lights, Gamecube extension cords, and a controller with ventilated hand grips and a fan. I also have a small TV screen that hooks on top of the Gamecube and flips up!

Posted November 3rd by mariomguy

If you count the things I owned but no longer do my Rule of Rose demo for the ps2 is worth like 300 dollars now

Posted November 3rd by Brandy

Counting things I no longer have, an in the box version of Conker's Bad Fur Day.

Posted November 4th by I killed Mufasa
I killed Mufasa
long live the king

I think my rarest thing in my video game collection might actually be an Action Replay disk for GameCube with codes for Mario Party 4 and 5, Mario Kart: Double Dash, Mario Golf Toadstool Tour, and Super Mario Sunshine. You'd put the AR disk in, boot up the console, select your codes, then switch the AR disk for that of your game of choice.

Other than that, I have a copy of Mario Party 3 on N64 (my most sentimental game by far, considering it was literally most of my later childhood).

Edited November 4th by Black Yoshi

I still have my cartridge of Pokémon Crystal, my favourite game ever. I think the battery is still working.

Posted November 4th by MarvaIo

I don't think it's rare, but I do have a Super Famicom cartridge of Dragonball Z: Hyper Dimension. That's probably the only game I have that I have not seen anywhere else.

Posted November 5th by Jet Presto

I have Fire Emblem PoR with box and instructions. Even heavily used it goes for $120 or so. I think Q has it sealed. I also have Jet Grind Radio for the dreamcast in mint condition. And I have Chrono Trigger but just the cartridge.

Posted November 5th by Fox Forever

Yeah, same. I feel like I used to have the Chrono Trigger box, but I lost it long, long ago. Which I don't feel too too bad about, but dang, that would be nice right now.

Posted November 5th by Jet Presto

Magi-Nation for the GBC, maybe? Tomba! 2 for the PSX? I have a NES and a bunch of games for it, too. Not sure how rare how rare Disgaea: Hour of Darkness is, but I have that one, as well.

Posted November 8th by Axem Great Water
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