would say you are a fool for comparing an antique classic car to a videogame.Are you saying the outdated old games are antiques/collectibles and should cost more?
While reading a story on this site about rare video games, Tanner Sandlin of Austin, Texas, recognized one of the games -- Air Raid for the Atari 2600. He found the thirteenth known copy of the game in his garage and put it on eBay.
It sold last Sunday for $31,600, the second-highest price ever paid for a video game.
. Stadium Events (Nintendo Entertainment System)
Price Range: $13,000 -- $41,300; $10,000 for the box alone
2. 1990 Nintendo World Championships (NES)
Price Range: Gray: $4,000 -- $6,100; Gold: $15,000 -- $21,000 to name 2.
Hardly the same as what's here,these are digital dowloads not "rare" cartridges.
You said, "old and outdated games." You were wrong.
The first five days after the weekend are the hardest.