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    Rarest Game Gear games?

    Besides Mega Man (US) and Panzer Dragoon Mini (JP), what are some of the rarest Game Gear games on the system? I know there aren't a lot, considering how cheap most of the library is, but I'd like to know which are fetching the highest prices.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jeckidy View Post
    Besides Mega Man (US) and Panzer Dragoon Mini (JP), what are some of the rarest Game Gear games on the system? I know there aren't a lot, considering how cheap most of the library is, but I'd like to know which are fetching the highest prices.
    To be rare, it has to be cooked to about 120F in the center. But be careful, at 115F or less it's considered blue (or just plain raw), while 126F is medium rare.

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    Rarity and high prices are two separate things.
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    Well give me a rundown of both.
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    AFAIK the Aleste GG series are expensive and hard to find. Especially the euro version of Power Strike 2 (Aleste GG 2 in Japan)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tower of Power View Post
    To be rare, it has to be cooked to about 120F in the center. But be careful, at 115F or less it's considered blue (or just plain raw), while 126F is medium rare.
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    Supposedly finding a complete/boxed copy of the US version True Lies is exceedingly difficult.

    But, like Black Tiger said: Rarity and high prices are two separate things.
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    I've been lucky getting a complete PAL copy of Super Return of the Jedi years ago. Mostly nice to look at though, as it's not a very entertaining game. Even though slave Leia is playable in a level or two.

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    I've seen complete copies of True Lies go for as little as $23 and has high as $180. I don't think people on eBay know what the hell GG games are worth, lol.

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    Mortal Kombat 3 was a Europe only release and fetches a decent amount in North America.

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    Is Legend of Illusion uncommon? It was released in like 1995.

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    I have Legend of Illusion and got it for like 7-8 dollars loose in good shape with a plastic snap-case. Definitely not rare. I would assume The Lost World: Jurassic Park to be rare since it came out towards the end of the console's life but I haven't checked on that yet.
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    GG stuff is all over the map, it doesn't make much sense. I see a ton of stuff for less than $10, but some games like Bubble Bobble and Fatal Fury (some real life examples I've seen) tend to go for more for whatever reason. It's not like they're way better/rarer games than what's available for cheaper.

    Is Sonic Blast pricey? I've never seen it for sale.
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    Quote Originally Posted by zetastrike View Post
    Is Sonic Blast pricey? I've never seen it for sale.
    I just found a copy for 60 on Ebay, the game itself isn't even worth 6.

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    Many of the Codemasters releases are quite rare though not terribly valuable. Pete Sampras Tennis is probably the rarest of their games but CJ Elephant Fugitive is also no slouch for rarity.
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