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Bundle includes:

  • Nintendo 64 Gaming Console w/Expansion Pak (excellent working order, all cables included)
  • 2x Official Nintendo 64 Controllers with tight joysticks (I bought these off eBay less than 2 months ago and specifically got ones with working tight joysticks)*
  • 2x Nintendo 64 controller extension cables (this seriously come in handy because the the controller cords are not long)
  • 1 memory pack

*One of the controllers is controllers is grey and the other is clear atomic purple

Games Include:

  • Goldeneye 007
  • Mario Kart 64
  • Super Mario 64
  • The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina Of Time
  • Starfox 64
  • Star Wars: Shadows of the Empire
  • Tony Hawk's Pro Skater 1
  • Tony Hawk's Pro Skater 2
  • Turok: Dinosaur Hunter
  • Turok 2: Seeds of Evil

All games work great and have little to no cosmetic flaws. I will take a picture if this makes it into the for sale section.
Edited by PuffinMyLye - 3/18/13 at 8:37pm
post #2 of 22
A wonderful system with amazing games that bring back many a childhood memory. Personally, I'd pay about $100 for that package.
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A wonderful system with amazing games that bring back many a childhood memory. Personally, I'd pay about $100 for that package.

If you had any idea how much it cost me to buy all of these games and accessories individually on eBay just 2 months ago, you'd know you'd never get this package for that price. But thanks for chiming in thumb.gif.
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A wonderful system with amazing games that bring back many a childhood memory. Personally, I'd pay about $100 for that package.


I'd pay around 60-100$ for this. 

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I'd pay around 60-100$ for this. 

Welp, figured I check in here to see what the OCN market was for legacy gaming. Clearly it's not much. Off to eBay it is! Thanks for posting guys thumb.gif.
post #6 of 22
If I didn't have four N64's in the closet (sadly, only 3 work, and one of them that does is pretty beat up) and all of those games already I'd probably make an offer. But yea, $60-$100 is way below the value of them - not trying to be rude guys but really, 60 bucks for all of that in good shape let alone working order?

Best of luck - ebay will be your best bet for this type of thing thumb.gif
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Welp, figured I check in here to see what the OCN market was for legacy gaming. Clearly it's not much. Off to eBay it is! Thanks for posting guys thumb.gif.

 

My bad.

 


But I must say that here N64s arent exactly rare. If I did not already owned one I could go outside and buy a working N64 or a PS1 for about 20$ in any pawn shop, or thru classified. It must depend on your location, I guess.

 

For instance, here's a n64 for 15$ : http://comptant.com/product_info.php?imid=1_453025&product=1591037&contract=1039081&offer=1


Edited by splinterize - 3/18/13 at 8:55pm
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about $125 shipped
Edited by DizZz - 3/18/13 at 8:59pm
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If I didn't have four N64's in the closet (sadly, only 3 work, and one of them that does is pretty beat up) and all of those games already I'd probably make an offer. But yea, $60-$100 is way below the value of them - not trying to be rude guys but really, 60 bucks for all of that in good shape let alone working order?

Best of luck - ebay will be your best bet for this type of thing thumb.gif

Yea I just figured I'd check in as I like to contribute to the community here before selling/buying things from outside sources biggrin.gif.
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My bad.




But I must say that here N64s arent exactly rare. If I did not already owned one I could go outside and buy a working N64 or a PS1 for about 20$ in any pawn shop, or thru classified. It must depend on your location, I guess.

It's not the gaming system that's rare, but the games themselves are harder to come by. Just look up some of the games like Mario Kart, Super Mario 64, Legend of Zelda, etc. on eBay and you'll see what I mean.
post #10 of 22
Yea I don't think anyone is trying to knock you one bit; just the items simply aren't rare. They DO hold a lot of sentimental value for folks in their 30's though, I will tell you that much wink.gif Best of luck.
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