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The 3 Keys to Starting a Video Game Collection

You have played video games since you were a kid and now you want to start collecting some of those games you remember so fondly. How do you start collecting video games? Where do you look to find the best deals? And how do you know how much your collection is worth? This article will answer these questions for you and you will be ready to start your very own video game collection.It doesn’t take very much at all to start collecting video games, you probably already have some games around your house. Those are the first additions to your collection. Congratulations. I’m sure you will want to expand it to other games too so you have to decide what you want to collect. Many gamers decide they want to start with their favorite video game system when they were younger, maybe the NES or Super Nintendo or even Atari 2600. Others focus on the more obscure consoles with lots of rare games like the Sega Saturn or Atari Jaguar. It doesn’t even have to be one console. Maybe you want to collect role playing video games or some other genre. There are tens of thousands of video games to choose from though, so it is important to have some direction when you first start off.Now you have chosen what types of video games you want to collect. So you will need to know where to find them. One of the best places to get specific video games is eBay. They have a very wide selection of video games available so if you know specific games you are looking for it is a great place to start. Many people don’t like the bidding process though so you can also use Amazon or Half to buy online.Physical locations might be the best shopping for your video game collection though. Garage sales, pawn shops. swap meets, flea markets, rental stores, and clearance racks all have some video games available. The prices will usually be much better than online because the sellers don’t realize they have a diamond in the rough. Look through the selections to see if they have anything available that you want. You will have to be patient to get results sometimes, but that one rare game for $3 at a garage sale makes it all worth while.How do you know you have found a good deal though and how do you know how much your video games are worth? One of the easiest ways is to use an online video game price site like VideoGamePriceCharts.com or even Amazon can be used to find the price other people are selling the game for. You can look up the game you want online and if the store is selling it for less than the online listing, you probably found a good deal. After you have started a video game collection these sites are helpful in knowing how much everything is worth too.You should have a pretty good idea how to start your video game collection, where to find the games, and how to price your video games too. Now go out and start your collecting. Good luck!

Becoming Your Own Video Game Tester

Some of you may be wondering what I’m referring to when I talk about being your own video game tester. Although there are video game jobs that have you play and test games and be paid for it, this actually has nothing to do with that. Before I go any further though, let’s get one thing straight – Video games aren’t exactly the most affordable form of entertainment. If any of you visit game forums or blogs, you may have come across someone talking about how they’re saving their money, or set some money aside, so that they can purchase an upcoming new game console or a particular software title that they’ve been looking forward too.I think it’s safe to say that in many ways, purchasing something video game related can also be quite an investment. It can be a real pain having saved up all that money only to find out that the game you just purchased simply didn’t live up to your expectations. It’s something no gamer looks forward too. Personally speaking, this has happened to me many times. In many ways, it can be a really exciting time – You’re looking forward to a particular software title that has you really excited and ready to play. On the flip side of the coin, the end result can be a very daunting experience – that title you were so anxiously waiting for not only didn’t live up to your expectations, but let’s face it, just plain sucked. What a waste of your time and money!Unfortunately, there’s not much you can do to help take back the time you’ve invested in being excited about a software title. On the other hand, their are ways to help cut back on the cost before you purchase the game at full price, brand-new. One of those ways is too actually rent the software title you’re interested in before you buy it. It’s seems obvious, but it actually surprises me at how many people I personally don’t see doing this, especially if they’re not sure whether they really like the game or not. This is the time where you actually become your own “video game tester.” Essentially, you want to test out the game and get a feel for it – by doing this, you can better evaluate whether the game is for you or not. If it is, then you go through with the full purchase. If not, then you just saved yourself some money and the satisfaction of knowing you didn’t just blow it on a title you didn’t like.In some cases, you may actually beat the whole game during your rental – in that case, you owe yourself a pat on the back as now you beat the title and saved yourself some cash at the same time. On the other hand, some people may find that even after renting and beating their game, the replay value is so high that they go ahead and purchase it at full price anyway. So again, it’s all a matter of course. Save yourself the hassle of being disappointed in a purchase you thought was going to live up to your expectations, and rent before you buy. There are many benefits to renting a video game and it shouldn’t be overlooked.Alternatively, there’s another option that could help save you some money on games your interested in – especially ones that for whatever reason passed you by, or you simply didn’t have the time to invest in. This goes beyond the “testing phase”, as now you won’t be renting but instead buying. Don’t panic – this is great news, and again, it surprises me at how many people I don’t see doing this. What am I talking about? Purchasing used-games, of course! To keep things short, let’s just say that it is not difficult to find games for very cheap at the “used section” of almost any game retailer you can think of. Some of those retailers include Blockbuster, Micro Play and EB Games. So, always remember to test out those titles before you purchase them brand-new. Or, try and find older titles you may have forgotten about at the used section of your closest video game retailer. Good luck!


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