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    Default Price Check system/games galore!

    Im in dept, and I need to get money, so could you all give me an idea how much I can get for all of this? None of the games are rare to my knowledge. Thanks

    2 Sega Master Systems, 12 games

    Sega Nomad system, power cord 36 games

    N64 systme, 1 controller, 6 games, ruble pack

    Sega Saturn system w/5 games, 2 controllers

    SNES system, 9 games, 2 controllers

    SNES Mini system system w/1 controller

    Amiga CD32 system w/ controller, 1 game

    TG16 System, 2 controllers, turbotap

    3DO system, 8 games, 1 controller

    Dreamcast boxed, 2 new/boxed controllers, lightgun, 2 games, 2 open controllers

    Neo Geo AES system with 1 game, 1 controller

    Atari 2600 JR system with system holder, 26 games, 100+ Manuals, 2 controllers

    Colecovision system, 9 games, w/atari 2600 addon, 1 controller

    Turbo Express, 11 games, Turbo Vision, AC Cord

    Atari Jaguar System, 3 games, 2 controllers

    Intelevision with 30 games, 1 controller

    Sega Mega Jet w/3 jap inport games

    PSX system w/12 games, 2 controllers, memorycard

    PS1 (mini psx) system, 1 controller


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    I can't say much about the other systems you have listed....but I will say that with an intellivision it depends on whether it is a I, II, SSVA,Tandyvision, Sylvania, or III(or Super Pro). On top of that, any intellivision with only one controller is gonna cut your bids and final price WAY down because the controllers are either hard to come across or hard to come across in good condition. Plus, a lot of the games on the Inty are geared to 2-player action. By only having one controller you have eliminated ALMOST all startup Inty bidders.

    System value highest to lowest is probably:
    Tandyvision/Sylvania
    Inty III( or Super Pro)
    SSVA
    Inty II
    Inty I


    Then, speaking of games it depends on what games you have. Even if you know none of them are rare, most people who buy Inty bundles(without any rares) are starting a collection and are looking for certain games to come with the system more than others.(Like burgertime, tron DD, AD&D, Atlantis) Having even one or two of these common but highly touted games usually increases your final price on a bundle quite a bit.

    Finally, do you have game/system boxes?
    Do you have overlays and instructions?
    Is it all in good condition?
    With inty, if you don't have any rares in the bundle, having overlays, inst., and good cond. boxes can help your auction by $5-10, a lot depending on the conditions.

    Even without game boxes, the instructions and overlays are the most important part for a "Startup Inty Bundle" as far as accessories.

    If you get anything out of this wishy-wash ramble great, but you really need to give more detail to make a fair estimate.

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    i'm willing to give yoi 50 for the nomad

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    Quote Originally Posted by soniko_karuto
    i'm willing to give yoi 50 for the nomad
    U wish
    36 games.......

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    i said the nomad not the games. i have around 75 games, i don't need no more. (i think)

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    I think u don't XD
    But o well... Sorry to disappoint u but a nomad worths at least $55-60 shipped and I'm not sure he wants to sell the system alone

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    Quote Originally Posted by DStriemer
    I can't say much about the other systems you have listed....but I will say that with an intellivision it depends on whether it is a I, II, SSVA,Tandyvision, Sylvania, or III(or Super Pro). On top of that, any intellivision with only one controller is gonna cut your bids and final price WAY down because the controllers are either hard to come across or hard to come across in good condition. Plus, a lot of the games on the Inty are geared to 2-player action. By only having one controller you have eliminated ALMOST all startup Inty bidders.

    System value highest to lowest is probably:
    Tandyvision/Sylvania
    Inty III( or Super Pro)
    SSVA
    Inty II
    Inty I


    Then, speaking of games it depends on what games you have. Even if you know none of them are rare, most people who buy Inty bundles(without any rares) are starting a collection and are looking for certain games to come with the system more than others.(Like burgertime, tron DD, AD&D, Atlantis) Having even one or two of these common but highly touted games usually increases your final price on a bundle quite a bit.

    Finally, do you have game/system boxes?
    Do you have overlays and instructions?
    Is it all in good condition?
    With inty, if you don't have any rares in the bundle, having overlays, inst., and good cond. boxes can help your auction by $5-10, a lot depending on the conditions.

    Even without game boxes, the instructions and overlays are the most important part for a "Startup Inty Bundle" as far as accessories.

    If you get anything out of this wishy-wash ramble great, but you really need to give more detail to make a fair estimate.

    I can easily get to this system and the games. I am at work right now, and will be getting off at 4:30am eastern time and ill post the list of games for that then. I might have to controllers with that one im not sure, ill have to look.

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    he can keep the power cord (i have around 10 of those).

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    BTW, NOTHINGS for sale...Yet....This is going to be a last resort if I have to sell anything. I collect systems in general, and NES being my primary, so those are staying, along with my segacd stuff.

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    oh well, one can dream, can i?

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    I had no clue there was that many type of inty systems hehehe

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    Ok Intelevision Update:
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    Intelevision II by Mattel w/manual (hong kong 1982)

    2 Controllers

    Intelevision Power Cord, NES RF

    Voice Synthesis Module w/manual

    30 Game Manuals

    48 Controller Inserts (duplicates)


    Games:

    Donkey Kong

    Dragonfire

    World Championship Baseball

    Stampede

    Centipede

    Space Armada

    Night Stalker

    Tron - Maze-A-Tron

    AD&D: Treasure of Tarmin

    Microsurgeon

    Ladybug

    Atlantis

    Burgertime

    Las Vegas Poker & Blackjack (x2)

    MIssion X

    Royal Dealer

    Tron - Solar Sailer

    Chip Shot Super Pro Golf (plain white label w/no date/maker on label or on cart itself anywhere)

    Space Spartans

    Bomb Squad

    Space Battle

    Astrosmash

    Star Strike

    Vectron

    Utopia

    Las Vegas Roulette

    Super Pro Football (same type as chipshot)

    B-17 Bomber

    AD&D

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    Okay, Inty II with working power cord and hookups....you already have $25 right there. Add in the voice synth., another $10.

    Common Games(Not highly sought for being common): 19 total
    All of these are really only worth $2-4, unless the boxes/inst./overlays are in collector condition. Less for a couple of them. Less depending on condition

    Donkey Kong
    Dragonfire
    Space Armada
    B-17 Bomber
    AD&D
    Las Vegas Roulette
    Tron - Maze-A-Tron
    Las Vegas Poker & Blackjack (x2) - Only worth a buck.
    Tron - Solar Sailer
    Space Spartans
    Bomb Squad
    Royal Dealer - Only worth a buck.
    Space Battle
    Astrosmash
    Star Strike
    Vectron
    Utopia
    Night Stalker

    Uncommon games(Or at least sought after): 11 total
    I would sell all of the pro sports alone if they are complete or close to complete and in good condition. If not bundle them with the system.

    I would also sell microsurgeon separate if complete.

    Ladybug I would sell separate IF it is complete. If not bundle it.

    All of the rest I would bundle with the system to get higher bids. Regardless of completeness or condition.

    Super Pro Football (same type as chipshot) - Alone could sell for $10-15
    World Championship Baseball - Alone could sell for $15-20 - more if complete
    Stampede - better part of $10
    Centipede - at least $5
    AD&D: Treasure of Tarmin - $5 if complete because most people like this game
    Microsurgeon - better part of $10 alone
    Ladybug - Worth a decent amount if complete and in good condition
    Atlantis - better part of $10
    Burgertime - $5
    Mission X - $5
    Chip Shot Super Pro Golf (plain white label w/no date/maker on label or on cart itself anywhere) - alone could sell for $10-15

    In the end if you bundled all together regardless of all of this I would figure if you started with a low starting bid like $40 bucks.....bid momentum and value of the system and game should reach AT LEAST $70. If I was a starting Inty collector I would pay even a bit more than that.

    The reason I say $70 even though the all of the values added up are way more is because starting collectors usually don't spend or want to spend too much on their items in case they get burnt. That is why I would sell some separate to get yourself a more full value.

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    Ahhh cool thanks =) I dont know much about Inty systems. I got all of that at a goodwill for 6$ =) Works fine. Didnt have the original rf unit thing, but the NES one works fine =)

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    If you do ever consider selling, I want your Mega Jet! lol

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