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I suggest that you start looking at all of the Japanese sources where you can find home carts every single day. Putting out WTBs on higher end home carts can take significant time to be fulfilled, and sellers outside of Japan tend to ask a premium for said titles, especially European sellers. When I bought a Pulstar home cart, I paid between $300 and $600 less importing it myself instead of going with other inflated offers from western sellers. If you’ve never used an importing service, or just have questions about that, let me know.
I honestly don’t know prices. and it would probably depend on condition. but if you’re looking to sell Kizuna, I’d really be down for it.I’ve got some extra JP copies of stuff, and since Biden doesn’t seem like he’ll be helping out with my student loans I could probably part ways with them.
What’s your price for SSVS (unfixed and/or fixed), Slug 5, Slug 3, and KOF2003? I don’t have an extra Kizuna but might consider that too
Japan is still the best source in this non-price sensitive era we are in at the moment with rare collectibles. When you are there, don't mess with the stores that dabble in retro--You want to go to established retro gaming establishments because they'll let you inspect the game cart thoroughly. Ironically, I watched TokyoToyFactory himself inspect a TSS at Trader 2 for 10+ minutes (taking the insert out and everything) before purchasing it for 230000 yen many many years ago.I’m asking here because Japan might not be the best option. Lots of fakes there. Carts are like gold - unless you’re trading with a trusted source, you’re getting scammed.