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    Hi everyone,

    I am kind of a layman when it comes to video games, I have a collection that i want to sell.
    Collection include the following.

    NES, SNES, SEGA, Mega Drive & gameboy maybe more I havnt check it all yet
    The collection include console, accessories and games (about few hundreds of them havnt count yet.
    I am trying to compile a list and I need your help.

    To make a proper list, what properties are important? (beside the name)
    I have also some NES games with no name (or just a code like LG20) or japanese how can I identify it?
    I might have more question, I just started.

    Thanks in advance for the help

    When you see a mirror, dont forget to smile
    Lior

    P.S.
    Here are some of the NES game I have already listed down
    Mickey Mouse III
    Terminator 2: Judgment Day
    Street Fighter 2010 no photo
    Buggy Popper LD17
    Ghostbusters II
    The Jungle Book
    NBA Basketball - Tecmo
    Daiva LF13
    The Little Mermaid
    Star Wars: The Empire Strikes Back
    Darkwing Duck no photo
    Bomber King
    Chip 'N Dale
    Tiger LH107
    Kick Master
    Ninja Crusaders
    Mortal Arms P-H3
    Conan
    NES Star War Lucasfilm Games
    Gun.Smoke
    City Power H.Q.
    Robin Hood: Prince of Thieves

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    Quote Originally Posted by lior View Post
    To make a proper list, what properties are important?
    You should include the name of the game, what console it's for, cosmetical condition, and working condition.

    For the cosmetical condition, pics would help. Buyers would like to know what shape the front label is in and the rear label if the game has one. Also, it's good to state if there is any writing or scuffs on the cartridges. If the game is a cd rather than a cartridge, you should disclose how many scratches it has if any, again, pics would be good.
    Last edited by Nitrosport; 05-20-2008 at 12:47 PM.

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    On top of that, it's really recommended that you include your FEEDBACK as a seller.

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    I personally prefer it when sellers only note the condition if it's less than "good", ie has rips, tears, marker. A long list of games with -excellent- next to them gets garbled in my eyes and makes me miss the games that actually have issues.

    Also, it's nice to know if a game has it's box/manual/maps/whatever.

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    Do you plan on selling all together, or broken up?

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