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Christmas Contest Sponsor: NintendoAge.com Price & Rarity Guide

nintenendoage guide Every month NintedoAge.com releases a monthly zine. In that zine, they include a a ton of interesting articles for NES collectors AND an excellent basic price guide.

If the basic guide isn’t enough for you, you can also purchase an expanded and more in depth guide. Created using real sales data, this is the most up-to-date and comprehensive price guide for the entire library of 773 NES 8-bit games (including major variations). Calculated every month, these values are based on real life recorded sale data. If you’re an eBay seller, a rare game hunter, or even just a casual collector that doesn’t want to miss out on a deal, the guide is for you.

hotnotwh3 It provides three month’s worth of price information in a convenient spreadsheet format, which you can easily access on your desktop as a collector’s reference and checklist, or upload to your palm device or phone for all of the information you need on-the-go.

This digital download is much more useful than a book, magazine, or text list – if you want to tweak, reorder, rename or sort anything differently, you’ve got the freedom to do so! Sort by rarity to know which titles are must-haves, sort by price so you don’t waste money on worthless commons, or sort by which ones you have in your collection already so you can work with a shorter, easier list of games.

One of my favorite parts in shown to the left. Three-month price tracking, including a calculated gain/loss column to show you what games are HOT and which are NOT!

Right now you can buy one issue with three months of data for $5.00. There will also be a subscription service offered soon and we will be giving away some over the coming week.

Interested in checking out the guide? Well, comment on this post and let me know why you deserve to win one. Most interesting answer will win this months guide. I’ll also pick another winner at a random just for entering.

If you’re interested in learning more about the guide, go here.

Remember too, the official Christmas Contest starts tomorrow!

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