WTTF: your Garou AES Game for Shumps

Neo-jorge

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Looking to trade this lot of all new sealed space shooters for a copy of japan Mark of the wolves for AES If you got one laying around collecting dust and want to deal send pm. I’m also open to other AES games I might not own.
 

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I have no idea what any of those games are worth, especially sealed, but I'm going to venture to guess that you are short a few bucks.
 

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I have no idea what any of those games are worth, especially sealed, but I'm going to venture to guess that you are short a few bucks.

Not really those games more then cover a Garou since they are all new , Border Down Alone in a new state is a 500.00 dollar game.
 

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Selling sometimes is tedious because you have to wait for the right buyer not everyone is ready to drop big money on sealed games. It’s always an option though.

And so is trading. You have to wait for a specific person willing to trade one specific item or items for what you are offering.

Cash is still more desirable in a market. Hence why currency was created in the first place instead of the barter system.
 

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I think it will be difficult finding someone with a Garou that has the same valuations on sealed games as you and ebay have. Even looking at ebay now, a sealed Border Down is being listed for less than $400.
 

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Can it be a bootleg MoTW AES? it's just going to sit on the shelf with the other sealed games...
 

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I think it will be difficult finding someone with a Garou that has the same valuations on sealed games as you and ebay have. Even looking at ebay now, a sealed Border Down is being listed for less than $400.

I think the bigger problem is that someone who has a Garou probably doesn't want console games and would only consider trading for PCBs.
 

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I think the bigger problem is that someone who has a Garou probably doesn't want console games and would only consider trading for PCBs.

I'm actively after a Border Down. I did consider trading, but i'm going to open Border Down, so won't be paying a sealed premium. The numbers just didn't make sense for me - it's going to take the right collector who places top value on each of those sealed games. I think best action is also to sell them off individually, but it doesn't hurt to make the proposal.
 

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I think it will be difficult finding someone with a Garou that has the same valuations on sealed games as you and ebay have. Even looking at ebay now, a sealed Border Down is being listed for less than $400.


Yeah I saw that copy but it’s far from perfect it’s got a gash across the side of the packaging spine. Condition dictates everything to the right collector.
 

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Can it be a bootleg MoTW AES? it's just going to sit on the shelf with the other sealed games...

Unfortunately I’m not after bootlegs if that was the case I’d offer bootlegs in trade but I like genuine items. I also tend to always buy 2 copies of my favorite games. These I’m offering I already own open copies I play often when time permits.
 

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And so is trading. You have to wait for a specific person willing to trade one specific item or items for what you are offering.

Cash is still more desirable in a market. Hence why currency was created in the first place instead of the barter system.


I’ve had many success trading here in the past 20 years with many of the members here and well it does not hurt to put it out there you never know what things people are willing to trade.
 
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