DK Sell Your Games - Just in Week of 7/2/15

Posted by on Jul. 2nd, 2015

Great week, this week. Thanks to all our SYG customers for the awesome retro gaming items. Lots of completes and some great games. This is just a taste of what we got in this week. For more info on selling your games at click here. Enjoy!

Nintendo Entertainment System and Game Boy Handhelds

There are some definite goodies in here like the complete Legend of Zelda in great condition and multiple copies of the Legend of Zelda. 

Large NES Collection

Super Nintendo Entertainment System

Completes! Check out all the completes in this week. My God! Everything from Aero the Acro-Bat to Zombies Ate My Neighbors

SNES CIB Collection

Nintendo 64

Not too much here but what it lacks in quantity it makes up for in quality. The Super Mario 64 complete is Minty. 

N64 Collection

Nintendo Game Cube

If you are a Zelda fan you are probably drooling on your phone right now. Almost every Zelda game is here and throw in some Super Mario Sunshine, Metroid Prime, and Animal crossing and we have a party!

Gamecube Collection

Nintendo Wii

Skyward Sword, Mario Kart Wii, Metroid, New Super Mario Bros, and so much more. I know what I'm doing after I get done taking these pictures...Playing some Wii!

Wii Collection

Sega Genesis

The Sonic trilogy is probably the best seller for Genesis. The Mortal Kombat trilogy is a personal favorite and Lion King and Ms. Pac-Man is for the family.

Sega Genesis Collection

Sony PlayStation

Square Enix released Final Fantasy 7 and the world was never the same. Resident Evil 2 was another that amazed fans and opened up a new genre. Both are here and in mint condition. 

Sony Playstation Collection

Sony PlayStation 2

OK, so Rockstar Games is one of the worlds leaders in game development and Intellectual Properties. Man Hunt was one of those IP's that was controversial to say the least. Grand Theft Auto was another that is wildly popular. Have you ever played San Andreas or Vice City? If you haven't you don't know what you are missing. Both are highly recommended by me for Mature gamers. 

PS2 Collection

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