Mana was released in the US and thus is pretty much worth dog turds. American gaming sucks and is mostly crappy PC games with bench marks, it's shit gaming. Now Japanese games, those hold value.secret of mana?? yeah map and manual. I have the game too but no box will probably sell super metroid and castlevania but not sure if I'm gonna sell any of it. ths shit is so minty fresh. the boxes look like they jst got pulled out if shrink wrap!!
a FEW?!? why more than one?? lol PM me if you are interested in selling/trading one.Mana was released in the US and thus is pretty much worth dog turds. American gaming sucks and is mostly crappy PC games with bench marks, it's shit gaming. Now Japanese games, those hold value.
SD3 is Secret of Mana 3, Japan only, and you can get a couple hundred for a mint sealed copy.
I've got a few sealed mana 2's (aka secrete of mana) so those aren't rare at all. Unless the game is still sealed with the japan plushies and the coth map, in which case yeah that's worth some cash and I'd offer you 1k for it. But short of that, SOM isn't that hard to get sealed or mint. The plush dolls make it or break it. But in general if it ever hit the US, it's worth shit.
Oh yes, Metroid 3 is one of my absolute favorites. Although it may be impossible at this day and age, try playing it without any outside influence and just get lost in the world. Pretend speed runners never existed and the internet didn't exist.
Yeah it's quite easy, intuitive and beatable without outside influence, but I imagine people will be "disenchanted" by video games when they start reading guides to find all the items or learn tricks (like wall jumping) to break the natural sequence of the game, etc.I dont think its impossible. The world is big but it goes forward quite logically. Where you are not supposed to go is usually quite well blocked, unless you are searching for secretes you usually dont have to wander far to find where you should be going.
Metroid on NES was much worse!
A few of my friends buy/sell/trade games like that.a FEW?!? why more than one?? lol PM me if you are interested in selling/trading one.
Yes they can. That and just some of the more rare games. ACS games seem to hold their value a good bit more then the MVS versions as well. Still have my acs system sitting around. Figured out a nice way around the price hike without resorting to those expensive adapters that don't always work well.The only American carts that really hold value are Neo-Geo anyways.