As you get older and your belongings begin to pile up, you might think of quickly trashing them to make up some space. However, some of your belongings might have monetary worth to them than what they cost to begin with. Make sure that you look into these products and make sure you don’t throw any of them out if you have them.
Released almost 25 years ago, the Nintendo 64 was a revolutionary console that helped shape gaming for years to come with such titles as Super Mario 64 and The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time. While these games might seem a bit aged to you, plenty of game collectors and millennials have spent the last couple of years searching for these consoles so they can replay or enjoy these titles for the first time. Before you end up selling your Nintendo 64 to anyone though, look online and check out to see if you have any limited-edition colored console that could bump up the price of your console to be worth hundreds more. For the game collection you have with your console, you’ll also want to make sure you look up the price of each game separately as some titles can even go for thousands of dollars depending on the condition. Make sure that you look into selling your Nintendo 64 collection soon if you want to bank on a wave of collectors.
Super Nintendo Entertainment System
While the Nintendo 64 brought 3D gaming to its full potential, the Super Nintendo Entertainment System was a console applauded for its combination of great looking 2D games along with introducing simplified 3D gaming to consumers through titles like Star Fox and F-Zero. Unlike many titles that come out on the Nintendo 64, games released for the Super Nintendo Entertainment System can have a certain classic, refined quality to them as they were at the end of a generation of game developers being able to perfect 2D gaming concepts that they have had in mind even before the original Nintendo Entertainment System was released. Much like a Nintendo 64 collection, make sure that you keep an eye out for any rare titles you may have like Super Metroid and Earthboard as these titles can fetch a pretty penny with game collectors everywhere. Ensure that you fully understand what your classic gaming collection can go for whether you’re selling a console from the 2D or 3D gaming generations.