Even though these are cartridge-only releases, condition can be a large factor. It is also worth nothing that we are not including prototype cartridges. The values are primarily from Japanese transactions on Yahoo! Anyone have an idea what an nes golden game 260 in 1 cart is worth? Only part I didn't care for was his bragging to me about it. I want to put the least amount of effort into selling these since I am doing this for free thanks. It is actually one of the older games on this list, being released in 1991, but the game did not move many copies despite its solid gameplay.
The Action 52 cart is the only one really worth something. The graphics and music on the menu are original. Once people actually played the game, they realized there was more to its cancellation than its namesake. Other spots shift to either side-scrolling platforming levels or horseback stages that play like an overhead shooter. The Action 52 cart is the only one really worth something. If you would like more information and pictures of some of these check out. A patch fixing all the game-breaking bugs was made available on romhacking.
No idea what game console you need to play them, the gold one says 1990 on the front not sure if its real gold plated but it could be so they are pretty old. They serve as a challenging but rewarding experience to break up the standard levels. It is a very interesting hybrid of a platformer and shooter that can either be incredibly frustrating or, with some practice, a zen-state action experience. This can be evidenced in many of our of 90s consoles such as the , , , , and. These are the types of difficult discussions that collectors face — similar to putting a value on a game like that only has one known copy after being sold via mail order.
While this original Power Blade was adapted from a Mega Man rip-off that ended up being pretty good, Power Blade 2 was watered down from the original other than the addition of some additional power suits. Variations of this multicart exist, namely the 150-in-1 and 210-in-1, which contain fewer games. It is worth noting some interesting aspects of the game, however, such as adding various characters with their own skills, weapons and unique sprites instead of traditional palette swaps. As with many multicarts, the number of games is exaggerated, actually containing 106 games, which could still be considered a large amount of games for a pirated multicart the rest being trainers for some of the games on the cart. Mario and a time limit of about 6 minutes.
Legend of Kage Taito 14. Play Games from Retro Classic gaming systems including Super Nintendo, Sega Genesis, Game Boy Advance, Atari, etc and from the greatest franchises including Mario, Pokemon, Sonic, Zelda, Final Fantasy, Mega Man, etc. Upon its release, Nintendo decided to grant the game a first party production, recalling the scant initial cartridges that had been sent out. It actually looks pretty fun. Ninja Kun 2 Jaleco 72. What makes this otherwise standard game so rare, is that just after its release, it was recalled. Metal Storm is easy to pick up and play, but it takes quite some effort to master.
Ultimately, a game is only worth what somebody will pay. Overview This multicart contains 25 games. There are even some boss battles that features bigger puzzles, often have lava chasing you, and sometimes rise vertically. We always figured it was a quasi-legal hong kong bootlegs, as those x-in-1 games usually are. No refunds after the item shipped, thank you. It is somewhat notable for including most of Hwang Shinwei's games, many of which aren't known to have been released stand alone. Ship it only to video stores as a mail-order release.
The cartridges had three games on them, Super Mario 3, PinBot, and Dr. My parents owned a video store growing up so I used to have a lot of those, including the Caltron 6-in-1. While the graphics do a nice job of representing the cartoon, there is not much additional substance. Please make sure that your review focus on this item. Metal Storm was published in 1991 by Irem who is notorious for their punishing shooters such as R-Type. If you would like to see pictures of this, please email me.
Between the hack-n-slash action and the energetic soundtrack, it has some strong arcade vibes, but it requires more thought and concentration than most of its arcade peers. The values are primarily from Japanese transactions on Yahoo! Despite it being a follow-up to an arcade classic, it languished on the store shelves, overshadowed by shiny, new Super Nintendo games. Zombie Nation could use some additional refinement, but it does show off some technical skill with the amount of activity occurring on the screen without slowdown. The cover art and liner notes are included. My parents owned a video store growing up so I used to have a lot of those, including the Caltron 6-in-1. I used to have a 52 in 1 that was worth more than I thought and I ended up giving it away for free. The games were packaged in unused Action 52 cartridges.
The game itself is not where its value is found. So what was Panesian the publisher to do? What gives these competition cartridges an incredible dynamic is that, while so few copies exist, they were distributed to winners throughout all of North America. While this original Power Blade was adapted from a Mega Man rip-off that ended up being pretty good, Power Blade 2 was watered down from the original other than the addition of some additional power suits. Below you will see two prices beside each title. I guess those at Active Enterprises thought it sounded like a good idea. Was the change worth it? Combine that with the release date of late 1992, and you can see why it is an in-demand rarity.