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Following from the what retro hardware do you have topic and looking at Retro Gamer, whats your most collectable or prized game you own on any system?  rare, hard to find, valuable etc etc.

For me the two main ones are Panzer Dragoon Saga and Radiant Silvergun. Picked these up for about 60 quid each, but they usually go for a lot more sometimes.

Also have the infamous Bubbler (CPC version) which for some reason people say is really rare or demand a lot for it. There is a sealed speccy version going for £500 buy it now !!!   :o


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Probably a boxed unused copy of Ninja Cop for the GBA in pristine condition. I've seen a couple go on ebay over the last couple of months for between around £100-150. It's kept in a cabinet so it doesn't get damaged and I bought a bootleg copy to play (while the battery lasts).
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For me it would be my original 1984 Atari Paperboy arcade machine, 9/10 condition and was an import from the US. Dedicated cabinets are a bit of a rarity down under so this is likely to be only one of a few in the country.
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It's not a game, but software. I have an Original Maxam on disc with the original packing / handbook etc. in mint condition. The last game I bought was back in the 80's and most of those were budget or re-releases.

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For me it would be my original 1984 Atari Paperboy arcade machine, 9/10 condition and was an import from the US. Dedicated cabinets are a bit of a rarity down under so this is likely to be only one of a few in the country.


ooooo very nice!!! any pics or video??!  I have a few JAMMA arcade boards but no cabinets sadly.
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@Womble: pics! Pics! Please!!!

Mine.... (drumroll) a sealed copy of Into Oblivion! Sells for a couple quid, but what the heck, it was the first videogame I ever owned, hence my most prized title :)
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It's not a game, but software. I have an Original Maxam on disc with the original packing / handbook etc. in mint condition. The last game I bought was back in the 80's and most of those were budget or re-releases.

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Hehe, great! The same is true for me and Maxam II  :laugh:
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