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SubjectI believe it works on the "What we can get for it" model *nt* Reply to this message
Posted bywildcat
Posted on09/29/09 02:55 AM



> I was shopping at a local 2nd hand gaming store and saw Popeye for the Atari
> 2600, $3.99, not bad, better than EBAY as no shipping is involved, then I saw
> E.T. for the 2600, $4.99.
>
> What the frag? E.T. is NOT rare, it is NOT even a good game, and the store
> wanted $1 more for it than Popeye? and then I found Pitfall (which I purchased)
> for $1.99...
>
> Now there's no freaking way Pitfall isn't as good as Popeye or E.T., and I'd
> think Pitfall didn't have as many copies at ET, which is priced higher than both
> games, more common, and a crappy game as well...
>
> I could understand that maybe popeye isn't as common as pitfall, maybe someone
> would want popeye as a collectors item, but this pricing comes off as weird to
> me.
>
> I would have priced E.T. @ $0.99-$1.99, Pitfall @ $2.99 - $3.99, and Popeye @
> $4.99...
>
> The new and improved King of Lamers 2003!
>




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*Could someone explain Atari 2600 (2nd hand stores) pricing ?  Paratech09/18/09 06:42 PM
..I believe it works on the "What we can get for it" model *nt*  wildcat09/29/09 02:55 AM
.*Re: Could someone explain Atari 2600 (2nd hand stores) pricing ?  VmprHntrD09/29/09 00:13 AM
.*Re: Could someone explain Atari 2600 (2nd hand stores) pricing ?  Cereal Killer09/18/09 08:11 PM
..*Re: Could someone explain Atari 2600 (2nd hand stores) pricing ?  Paratech09/18/09 09:24 PM
...*Fuck that how about the whole Lilith fair line up sing? NT  Plane Wrecker09/20/09 11:08 PM