Sunday, July 30, 2017

Episode 18 The Value Of Video Games


Infinity Games Podcast is a weekly podcast hosted by KelryxsKing and Jukeboxhero2323.

In our eighteenth podcast we talk about the economics of collecting video games, what it was to collect 'back in the day', what it's like now and what it will be like 10 years from now. For this episode we got together and played Kirby 64: The Crystal Shards and talked about what it was like buying games throughout the years. Jukeboxhero2323 and KelryxsKing started collecting in the mid 2000's when the used video game market was booming. Jukeboxhero2323 has been tracking the value of his collection for a few years using video game price charting and noticed a few trends in the value of old cartridge based NES games. We differentiate between common/uncommon, rare, and popular games when talking about these trends. Is there a video gaming bubble and where is the value of your games going to be?

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