Tag Archives: ebay
Thu, Feb 07, 2013 | 15:36 GMT
Over on eBay, a seller called’ videogames.museum’ is auctioning all of the games, console and controllers amassed over a 30-year period for half a million dollars.
Tue, Oct 09, 2012 | 13:16 BST
Wii U pre-orders have been selling out all over the globe, but re-sellers have reportedly started to take the piss by charging desperate gamers as much as $1,550 for a console.
Tue, Aug 21, 2012 | 09:26 BST
Final Fantasy 2 launched on NES in 1988 but never came out in the West. Until now that is. Someone is selling what could be the world’s only American FInal Fantasy 2 cartridge, but it’ll cost you. A lot.
Tue, Jul 10, 2012 | 06:33 BST
Just so you know what the cool kids are talking about: somebody offered their simply enormous games collection on eBay and sold it for a whopping €1 million. The listing included 22 fullsets – complete collections of games released over a system’s lifespan – as well as massive piles of accessories and oddities. It’s worth a bit of a drool over before the listing expires.
Wed, Feb 22, 2012 | 19:36 GMT
Capcom is offering folks a chance to bid on tickets to the Ultimate Showdown, and the funds will support Street Fighter X Tekken’s official charity partner, Campaign Against Living Miserably.
Mon, Nov 07, 2011 | 04:26 GMT
French media reports 6,000 copies of Modern Warfare 3 have been stolen in transit, as pre-release copies of the highly anticipated shooter pull massive eBay prices.
Sun, Aug 09, 2009 | 20:31 BST
Looks like a couple of those Acadia wine bottles 2K buried on beaches around the globe have already hit eBay.
Didn’t take long did it?
Three different listings have been posted so far – and as of this post, auctions are currently at $49.00, $76.00, and $86.00.
Surely each will be in the hundreds before the weekend is up.
Sat, Jun 27, 2009 | 21:26 BST
Yeah, you read the headline right. eBay’s Deal of the Day is a good one.
Twelve months of Xbox Live Gold membership for $27.99 compared to $49.99.
The deal ends on June 28, has a limit of two per customer, and you must have a US PayPal account.
We just got two ourselves. They make great gifts.
Tue, Apr 07, 2009 | 22:26 BST
Lazard analyst Colin Sebastian expects more retailers to start selling used games now Amazon has entered into the market, says a Gamsutra report.
“According to our industry checks, one large consumer electronics retail chain is rekindling efforts to sell used video games, while another general merchandise ‘big box’ store is in trials to buy back games in exchange for store credit,” he said.
Sebastian said that the market sector is worth $2 billion annually in North America, and will further increase competition for the likes of eBay, GameCrazy and GameStop. Add in a 50 percent gross margin and it becomes even more attractive to retailers.
However, as lucrative as that sounds, Sebastian isn’t expecting any newcomers to challenge GameStop’s reign at the top any time soon.
More through the link.
Sun, Oct 19, 2008 | 11:05 BST
Media Molecule’s platformer had already shipped to retailers before a problem with lines from the Qur’an being included in one of the title’s background tracks cause a pull-back.
Off you go, then. Get yourself a genuine, bona fide rarity, should you feel the need.
Tue, Aug 19, 2008 | 11:27 BST
UK retailer GAME is selling a handful of used 60Gb Playstation3s for the princely sum of £349.99 and upwards.
This is £50 more than the new 80Gb model which is heavily rumoured to be hitting UK shores this Friday.
In fact, 60Gb models have been selling for around £400 on Amazon, which, combined with GAME’s high pricing, could mean that backwards compatibility is something people want and are willing to pay extra for.
Just a hunch.
By Mike Bowden
Sat, Apr 19, 2008 | 14:21 BST
You can now bid for Ben Heck’s PS3 laptop in an eBay charity auction hosted by Engadget.
We thought we’d pick up on this, as it’s all for a good cause and all that.
However, bidding has reached an astronomical $16,100USD (at the time of writing) and there’s still a week to go.
Head over to Engadget for more details.
By Mike Bowden
Thu, Feb 21, 2008 | 12:50 GMT
Here. All 606 games, all sealed. He wants $20,000 for the lot. We’re prepared to take odds-on bets that no one buys this.
Thu, Jan 31, 2008 | 20:44 GMT
This lot have painstakingly worked out how much you save if you buy all Virtual Console games through your Wii as opposed to buying the real things second hand on eBay. Everyone needs a hobby. Turns out if you buy everything from VC – all 196 games in the US – it’ll cost you $1,325, as opposed to the eBay price of $2,516.59: a saving of almost $1,200.
Which, as the article notes, is great, but you can’t resell VC games. And you can’t hold them in your hands. But to be honest, you’ve just saved $1,200, so who cares?