Originally Posted by ShawVAuto
Incorrect. i bought Super Mario Bros/Duckhunt, as well as Mario 2 & 3 for less than $5 total at a store about a year ago, on VC that would've cost me $15 without duckhunt. I didn't even need SM/DH because i already had it and i didn't want mario 2 becasuse i don't really like it but for $4 it was worth it for mario 3 and i got the bonus of having an extra mario 1 cart as well as getting mario 2 even though i didn't play it. Yeah i know some games are more based on rarity like Zelda for instance but in this case rarity doesn't come into the equation for VC games. I'm not saying i think they should be free or anything like that. I'd happily pay $1-$2 for mario 1 on VC for the convenience factor and maybe $5 for mario 64 for the same reason. But $10 for an N64 game that i can go to gamestop and find for a small fraction of the price is insane. I'm all for making a profit but the amount they're charging is slightly insane especially considering a lot of the people who own Wii have atleast N64, and i'm sure a lot have NES & SNES as well. I have those 3 plus sega, GC, jaguar, game boy, gba, and 32x. So for me it isn't worth it at all for the prices. If like i said it was a range from $1-$5 instead of $5-$10 then it would be a different story.
Super Mario Bros/Duckhunt is worth about $.99, $1.99 max, $5 is quite more than a small bump in price. I don't mean to sound super cheap but it just doesn't seem worth the price for some of these games.
Just my opinion