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Have you ever sold/traded a game or collectible and regretted it later?


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I could never sell my games ever. Because you never know when you will want to play them again for whatever reason. Your tastes and interest can change as your gaming sensibilities grow. 

However, I chose to sell my retro collection of games I had aquired growing up in order to save a friend financially (medical bills). Luckily everything that was sold I could still play through emulation.. But the sentimentality of the physical collection itself is what I miss. 

Don't sell your games, want a new game? Be patient.. That price WILL go down. That's always been my way of gaming.

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On 2/12/2015 at 12:35 AM, horrorpunx610 said:

There are a fair amount of games that I especially wish I'd never gotten rid of. What about you guys?

Not only games :/ .. covid/corona fucked up my life -_- ... screw the CCP. I hope the CCP, especially Winnie the Pooh, die the worst death there is. I had to sell my hentai figurines. I liked them a lot ... but. Oh well ... they had to go. At least I was able to sell them on ebay before the hentai ban on ebay. Got quite a lot moneyz back o_O ... (yes, we all love anime/hentai ^^ ... and I had only original figurines from japan ... no cheap fakes from Pooh)

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