This is standard for tracking price changes over time. Without this option, a price change of $5 to $10 looks the same as a price change of $100 to $105. With the logarithmic scale, the latter will look much smaller (as it should) since the logarithmic scale better represents percent changes.
Let me add a list of games I would like to know about when someone lists it. When they come in stock send me an email about it.
This is live on the website. You can request a notification on any title. We will email you when someone lists it for sale.
You can click the "notify me" link on marketplace product page (like this one for Donkey Kong https://www.pricecharting.com/offers?product=11985)
You can edit all of your notifications using this url: Edit your notifications
I have a lot of commodore Amiga boxed games I would like to sell. Could a cautery be added for this system?
In the hypothetical situation where a single buyer wants to purchase 20 games I don't want to technically be charging $40+ for shipping when in reality I could probably ship them all in a large Priority box for under $17.90.
This is live on desktops. It is visible on all mobile phones and tablets too if they are held in landscape view. You will not see CIB or New prices on portrait view (vertical) because of the lack of screen real estate.
Add support to export your game collection
PAL SNES and <a href="https://www.pricecharting.com/console/pal-nintendo-64">PAL N64</a> have been added too.
PS2 and PS1 will come next. Closing this request as we add more consoles in the future.
Since the Saturn's Japanese library is so much larger than its American/PAL libraries, and since there are large price disparities by region, I would love to be able to track the prices of Japanese imports for the Saturn.
This is live now.
This is live. You can read all about it here: https://www.pricecharting.com/page/video-game-collection-tracker
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