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Socoder -> Off Topic -> How much Oringal Playstation worth?

Posted : Friday, 22 February 2008, 09:11
Hotshot
hiya all,

I am selling MINTS Conditions Oringal Playstation and come with Ploygen wrapping. Joypad and it come all the lead but I wanna know how much it is worth?


Posted : Friday, 22 February 2008, 09:13
Jayenkai
Not much.
There's too many of them about, so it's not exactly considered to be a rare item.
Consider that a 2nd hand PS2 is only worth about £50-60.. So a PS1 would be about half that, at the most.

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Posted : Friday, 22 February 2008, 09:39
JL235
It's not rare in the slightest so I'd value it at £10 to £25.

Boxed with all instructions and all in perfect mint condition, then I could see it being worth a little more. Especially in a few years.

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Posted : Friday, 22 February 2008, 11:32
spinal
I'm sure I saw one in the local game station cheaper than a NES! can't remember the price though but they sell old NES's for around £35 though.

Speaking of selling retro consoles (not that I would call a 32bit machine retro) but I sold my N64 a while ago to gamestation and got a whopping £4 for it! should have gave it to charity.

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Posted : Friday, 22 February 2008, 11:38
JL235
Then why sell it? An N64 would have brought you more then £4 of happiness ever could.

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Posted : Friday, 22 February 2008, 12:09
Hotshot
N64 is great machine and Pilot wings is so much fun
Posted : Friday, 22 February 2008, 13:41
power mousey

um I still have my Atari 2600 console and a whole bunch of game cartridges.
In a box in my moms garage. Its the console that lasted and I still have.
All the others I have sold from Nes,Super Nintendo, Sega Genesis, GameBoy, Playstation 1, and finally XBOX.
Posted : Friday, 22 February 2008, 23:27
spinal
I got bored of it, didn't play on it much. Even when I did play on it, I only played Mario64 and MArioKart64. I do still have a C64, NES and SNES. My girlfriend also has an Intellivision.

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Posted : Saturday, 23 February 2008, 00:23
power mousey

yeah spinal, I'm bored with game consoles.
I had the most fun with my Atari 2600. Actually, the whole family and I did.
I had some fun with Nes, Super Nintendo and the Sega Genesis too. Valos and Phantasy Star were really cool on the Sega Genesis. I like the music of Sammy Hagar of Phantasy Star. And also both versions of ShadowRun for the Super Nintendo and Sega Genesis.

Now, its PC only.

Posted : Saturday, 23 February 2008, 12:14
rockford
Shops were selling them for £15 with games at the end, so I wouldn't expect it to be worth more than £10 tbh.