Since many are mentioning non-MD games, my 50 cent copy of SNES Chrono Trigger.
It is finished!
What is Star Odyssey? Never heard of that one before, another short-print Homebrew RPG? Beggar Prince these days commands so much money...
Genesis wise for me would be Pier Solar first then my Shining Force games followed by the 3 Super Fighter Team games.
Sega would be my saturn Shining force 3 collection.
No, I was being serious, haha. Never heard of it before.
My Holy Grails:
Pier Solar x 11
Phantasy Star IV
Snatcher signed by Hideo Kojima
Panorama Cotton and sealed teacup
Yang Jia Jiang (some Chinese brawler)
Sonic 2 I got from my grandmother for Yule back in 94 or so
Buy stuff at the Magical Game Factory, WaterMelon's crowd funding video game development site!
Do YOU have any games you want to get rid of that haven't been reviewed on the site and needs to be beaten for the sake of this project? Send 'em to me and I'll review and beat them! I'll pay for shipping of course. Shoot me a PM if you're interested.
Alien Soldier - JAP version and Mega Man the Wily Wars - Euro version.
My copy of Snatcher I picked up for $7.99 in a retro game shop.
@Zebbe, your holy grails are f---ing ridiculous, man. You're like the Scrooge McDuck of Sega-16. I can picture you swimming in your pile of rare and expensive games. Congratulations dude, seriously, that is a sick collection.
"Let's see if you bastards can do 90."
And say hello to my latest, newest, one my many rarest Sega Mega Drive games I just won today xD!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! HAHA I have been keeping my eye out on this game for a while now & I finally got it!
I forced myself to buy NOTHING till the auction for this ended and man was it worth it. Seller says this was coming out of his personal collection which he held for over 12 years.
Can't wait til it arrives!
Probably my Tengen Marble Madness. I don't know if it's the most valuable game I own (probably the SFT games and Pier Solar 1st ed. are worth more), nor am I sure if it's the rarest. But I paid a premium for it and it was worth every penny.
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