If there’s one developer that seems to consistently show up on our Rare and Valuable lists, it is Atlus. The ones I've played the most I could finish blind folded but the ones I haven't played most of my life are very hard. The show didn’t last long, but there was a decent amount of merchandising produced including a game for the NES, Sega Genesis, and the Game Boy. A CIB copy comes up, well, never… so it is very hard to price. Crazy. And while the rarest Gameboy games don’t quite touch the those in the NES library in terms of value, there are some surprising treasures to be found. It’s so rare, most people hardly knows it exists, but once a copy appears on eBay it goes for a lot of bucks. I was trimming down my collection so I got rid of the original GB games and and planned to get the compilation. While it may not be quite as popular as the Mega Man V game that preceded it, it raised the bar for mobile platforming when it came out and pushed the Game Boy hardware quite a bit for a 1993 title. While none of the game carts are especially common, the Game Boy version is the hardest to find by far. In North America, Spud’s Adventure was released just 8 months before Amazing Tater.
Same here, I would always get so fedup with the megaman games.
Before our Hidden Gems mention in 2009, you could find a cartridge for $10 or less. The original Game Boy brought portable gaming to the masses and now holds a nostalgic place in the hearts of collectors right there with the NES. Even though one might think that the Mega Man Gameboy games are just monochrome versions of the NES games, the portable versions are actually quite different than their console counterparts.
The hardest imo is Mega Man I. I haven't played too much of it, but from what I've experienced, it's really hard.........On a side-note, Mega Man 9 (PS3) is brutally hard, and I'm enjoying it immensely. With it being a PAL exclusive, it is one of those games that even North American collectors are trying to add to their collections. Here you can find the 2012 Edition of this Guide. any ASI Check for Spud’s Adventure on eBay While it’s a fine enough game, it wasn’t revolutionary by any means and the vegetable-based branding didn’t really do any favors when it came to moving cartridges off store shelves. Top New Games Out On PS5, Series X/S, Switch, And PC This Month -- November 2020, The PS5 And Xbox Series X Launch Lineups Are Weak, But That's Not The Whole Story, PS5 Console Preview: An Un-PlayStation Look That's Stark And Striking. The game never came out and after searching to see why it never showed up, the game codes being lost was the answer that showed up in one of the gaming magazines at the time. They lost the code for the GB games that’s why they’ve never showed up on any compilations. Complete copies have especially hard to find — only showing up every so often, so it been in the multi-hundred price range for a while. Even though the portable Mega Man games were handled by a third-party developer for Capcom, they evolved into solid complementary experiences that consistently improved in later installments. Sticking to the original series (my favorite btw), I'd say the easiest is Mega Man V. I can seriously just blow through that game, and although I still love it, it's pretty easy to beat.
It’s REALLY hard to find boxed copies show up. Check for NIV Bible and Lost Levels of Joshua on eBay. 2012 saw a stark increase to $55 for a cart, $500 for complete. I feel like you’re missing the Scandinavian exclusive “Bamse” on this list. Interesting game, did a mini review here:
i haven't beaten 9 yet but i just chalk that up to having not played enough.
Some require you to battle every single trainer. Anyway, even though it was based on an arcade game, the game didn’t do well in retail (the confusing branding and imagery probably didn’t help). All Rights Reserved. It's the end of the year, and we're looking back at some of the biggest news stories of 2019 and why they matter.
The first is the average daily selling price, which is typically the going rate for the game by itself. I found the Mega Man Zero games pretty challenging. This topic is locked from further discussion. any HKG games The game was re-released on the 3DS Virtual Console in Japan and Europe (still nothing for North America), but it hasn’t seemed to slow down the enthusiasm for the original Game Boy version. Required fields are marked *, Notify me of followup comments via e-mail. :P. megaman 1 was the only hard one imo. Nintendo’s Game Boy also had a similar cartridge published by The Wisdom Tree in 1996. This adaptation of arcade platformer saw a Gameboy release in PAL territories. any ROC games This gem of an action platformer from Sunsoft never saw a release in North America (it was only released in Japan and in Europe – but Game Boy hardware doesn’t have region lockout). As with my last list, I'm aware of a rating system on the site, but this will not influence the list to an extent.
any GPS The Game Boy Advance was the swan song of the Game Boy era. Since then it’s been a steady climb up. They always seem to make cult classics and release them in low numbers. The strange thing is that the PAL version has a label that is what you might expect, but the North American release displayed an odd design choice of having half of the artwork area to be solid black in order to display the un-cropped racing photograph that was used on the SNES game. I know some folks on NintendoAge have offered bounties of upwards to $500, but that was at least a couple years ago. Previously a $15 cartridge, it approached the $100 level in 2012 (and $700 complete). This cartridge let Game Boy owners carry around an NIV translation of the Bible (complete with searching capabilities) in addition to twenty extra levels of the game “Joshua and the Battle of Jericho” that were not included in the original Game Boy release. A bare copy could be found for around $20 while a complete copy was only maxing out at $100. I would have to agree with all of them! Check for Kid Dracula on Amazon. Even though most North American gamers have never played the game, Hammerin’ Harry was one of the most interesting action platforms or beatemups on the Game Boy and easily made it onto our Game Boy Hidden Gems guide many years ago. The NES infamously had some Bible-related unlicenced games that made for interesting collectors pieces. Advent is harder than ZX1...I think, haven't played either in a while. In general I think the truth is the series is very hard the older it gets and the only exception to that is the Zero series which only got easier. I wonder if capcom would ever consider remaking them from the ground up for a compilation, considering they are on the eshop tho. Check for Toxic Crusaders on Amazon. https://www.theguardian.com/.../18/the-25-hardest-video-games-of-all-time It’s a shame that Capcom didn’t include their GB and GBC games with all their various Mega Man compilations this gen. At the least they are fun curiosities; in the case of Mega Man V, a lot of gamers are missing out on one of the better classic Mega Man games.
Your email address will not be published. We’ve since seen prices more than double in the last seven years. However, but 2014, it had doubled again and then started a steady climb. Collect the best games without spending much money. This action plaformer (I’ve also heard it called a “possess-em-up”) was actually one of our Gameboy Hidden Gem picks a decade ago and has the interesting concept of playing as a ghost that can posses a bunch of different enemies (each with different characteristics) to avenge your death and rescue your girlfriend.
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