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    Rarest MVS Games

    Hi
    I am pretty familiar with AES rare carts, but what are the rarest hard to find carts for the MVS?

    I just picked up Kizuna MVS genuine cart in the UK I know that is the rarest on AES but pretty common on mvs right, so whats the hard ones to find on mvs?

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    Quote Originally Posted by ChrisB View Post
    Hi
    I am pretty familiar with AES rare carts, but what are the rarest hard to find carts for the MVS?

    I just picked up Kizuna MVS genuine cart in the UK I know that is the rarest on AES but pretty common on mvs right, so whats the hard ones to find on mvs?
    The Japanese versions of Kizuna on aes is not rare at all, just expensive. Its the Euro Aes version that is rare. If you goto the MVS kit price guide section, that will give you a idea of which mvs titles are rare. Those are for the complete kits.

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    Bang Bead
    Nightmare in the Dark
    Pochi & Nyaa
    Samurai Shodown V Special
    Super Dodge Ball

    I would say these are the hardest MVS games to find

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    Hi
    Ok yes forgot to mention it was the euro release I was thinking of.
    I will check out the mvs cart guide cheers

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    Quote Originally Posted by neo-geo-mvs View Post
    Pleasuregoal
    Twinkle Star Sprites
    Pulstar
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    Money Puzzle Exchanger
    Bang Bead
    Nightmare in the Dark
    Pochi & Nyaa
    Samurai Shodown V Special
    Super Dodge Ball

    I would say these are the hardest MVS games to find
    Ok many thanks

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    Quote Originally Posted by ChrisB View Post
    Ok many thanks
    good luck finding them

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    Did Ninja Masters somehow become rare? The price has shot up like crazy on that thing compared to not even three years ago.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sazae View Post
    Did Ninja Masters somehow become rare? The price has shot up like crazy on that thing compared to not even three years ago.
    A mint English labelled cart I would say is rare as most come damaged. Otherwise no, easy to get hold of and well worth getting in any condition

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    heres ninja masters what do you think:
    http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/Ninja-Mast...item3f16d914a6

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    original which is the main thing. Fake cart and label, looks like a yaton cart

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    Quote Originally Posted by ChrisB View Post
    Hi
    I am pretty familiar with AES rare carts, but what are the rarest hard to find carts for the MVS?

    I just picked up Kizuna MVS genuine cart in the UK I know that is the rarest on AES but pretty common on mvs right, so whats the hard ones to find on mvs?
    Here: http://www.jamma-nation-x.com/jammax/mvspriceguide.html


    The AES community has been hanging out with the MVS crowd for a while now. First, cause all our MVS titles--even the RARE ones--are cheap and common in comparison to the AES carts. And, second, they can play most all of our cheap Arcade MVS carts on their AES system via Converter or Conversion/Sack Cart. It's really too bad that SNK didn't make more AES carts to meet the demand, but truth is: They really priced themself out of the console market.
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    Where do you usually buy your carts from. I found a genuine kizuna for the mvs on ebay but it cost me 65 and is cart only i think i paid too much

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    I buy MVS.

    And usually from domestic sellers (on the forums) and local OPs.

    AES is a whole nother world.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Tyranix95 View Post
    Here: http://www.jamma-nation-x.com/jammax/mvspriceguide.html


    The AES community has been hanging out with the MVS crowd for a while now. First, cause all our MVS titles--even the RARE ones--are cheap and common in comparison to the AES carts. And, second, they can play most all of our cheap Arcade MVS carts on their AES system via Converter or Conversion/Sack Cart. It's really too bad that SNK didn't make more AES carts to meet the demand, but truth is: They really priced themself out of the console market.
    Thanks for the links
    Yes snk definately priced themselves out, at age 12 I had enough cash to buy the AES when it came out but could just about manage one game, the price of the carts though blew me away and I never made the purchase and had to go for a snes instead LOL

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    Do you find most on ebay are bootlegs or overpriced, here in the UK theres not a whole lot of choice out there, although definately easier to get mvs than aes games.

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    Dude, you are so not alone.

    That was the way it was back then for, like, 9/10 kids: Going to the toy store to get a NEO and coming back with a NINTENDO. /

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    Quote Originally Posted by ChrisB View Post
    Where do you usually buy your carts from. I found a genuine kizuna for the mvs on ebay but it cost me 65 and is cart only i think i paid too much
    If you have a original cart w/ original label then you did not over pay. The price on Kizuna has gone up in the last couple of years. It usually sells for $100-$125. Its getting harder to find.

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    Quote Originally Posted by RAZO View Post
    If you have a original cart w/ original label then you did not over pay. The price on Kizuna has gone up in the last couple of years. It usually sells for $100-$125. Its getting harder to find.
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    Thats interesting and good to hear, yes its original cart, labels are original but serial no has been blanked out though.

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    The "rarest" one in my experience is Fight Fever by a Wide margin. I've seen it once, ever.

    Other carts I consider rare:

    Pochi to Nyaa
    V-Liner
    irritating maze
    neo Mr. Do


    Everything else, I've seen multiple copies In various places.

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    Mine Ninja Masters is full mint, legit, and in a really nice shock. I only ask as I have seen other sales put it up for $60-80 and ebay much more while I bought it with a mint and legit Kabuki Klash also in a shock for $37 shipped but this was also back in 2008.

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    With MVS, all the money is in the KITS.

    http://www.neo-geo.com/mvs/mvs-kit.html

    Ninja Master's MVS Kit...........500 700+ ER


    Just think of MVS KITS kinda like: AES carts.

    http://www.neo-geo.com/guides/aesguide.html

    Ninja Master's US/EU AES.....900 1200+ ER
    Ninja Master's JP AES...........550 650 ER
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    The NG: DEV made stuff are probably the highest priced mvs carts around. Whenever one surfaces, it'd always go for above the original MSRP.

    http://www.ebay.com/itm/251208939451...84.m1438.l2649
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    Quote Originally Posted by SNKorSWM View Post
    The NG: DEV made stuff are probably the highest priced mvs carts around. Whenever one surfaces, it'd always go for above the original MSRP.

    http://www.ebay.com/itm/251208939451...84.m1438.l2649
    can't the ng:dev team just run more copies? will they?

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    Wouldn't even bother with MVS kits unless they're cheap or the only available form. Its just a cardboard box and some artwork. Some like to spend absurd amounts for artwork but I personally went MVS due to its affordability which it provides as long as you can handle a scratched label or a dirty case.


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    Quote Originally Posted by billbrasky View Post
    can't the ng:dev team just run more copies? will they?
    A lot of us around here wait and hope.
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