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Add prices for Japanese Game Boy / GBC / Advance

Ahiru 2 years ago updated by sales 1 month ago 7

Please add prices for Japanese Game Boy games (if possible, include Game Boy Color and Advance as well!)

Also, thanks for already adding Famicom and Super Famicom!!

Answer
sales 5 months ago

A few games have been added here:

https://www.pricecharting.com/console/jp-gameboy

https://www.pricecharting.com/console/jp-gameboy-color

https://www.pricecharting.com/console/jp-gameboy-advance

Until we add the in full lists to the site, users are welcome to add any missing games (as long as you have contributor privileges)

https://www.pricecharting.com/add-product

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Console System Diversity

Anonymous 3 years ago updated 3 years ago 1

Systems such as the 3DO, Atari 2600, 5200, 7800, among others have variations that pull a different value than others in the line.  Example:  An Atari VCS (2600) Sunnyvale Heavy Sixer pulls a bigger price tag in comparison to a Light Sixer, or even a "Vader" (All black model).  Even Atari 2600 Jr.s have a different value in comparison to the other versions.  Sometimes, it is also due to hardware changes.  Example: The Atari 7800 has three revisions.  The first release version has an I|O port for connecting to a Laser Disk player (Never supported), and later versions removed the port, to completely removing the cutout in the chassis.


Newer systems in the listing seem to support this, however, I also understand that this has a LOT to do with the sellers knowing what they are selling to be able to differentiate between variations.  As long as we can get "something" to help create a bit more solid listing on vintage consoles, it would greatly help in establishing accurate valuations.

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Add prices for PC Engine Games

Anonymous 2 years ago updated by sales 5 months ago 4

I'm so happy you guys added Famicon! It would be amazing if you continued with more imports especially the PC Engine it has such a huge library of games its hard to know what a fair price is. Thanks!

Answer
sales 5 months ago

Some games have been added here:

https://www.pricecharting.com/console/jp-pc-engine

Until we add the in full lists to the site, users are welcome to add any missing games (as long as you have contributor privileges)

https://www.pricecharting.com/add-product

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up and down green and red arrows to indicate value changes to games in a collection or seller listing.

Norman 3 years ago updated 3 weeks ago 7

This would help a collector quickly track which games on their collection page are increasing or decreasing in value. Would be good to add to a sellers listing as well.

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Console Totals

furlopunk 3 years ago updated 3 years ago 2

I think it would be helpful and interesting if on every console page there were stats for the numbers of games in your database for said console, and total prices for loose, with manual, and cib. 


Thanks and have a great day. 

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Completed

Add Fairchild Channel F and games

dtpm60 3 years ago updated by sales 1 year ago 3

Add the Fairchild Channel F system and its library of games.

Answer
sales 1 year ago

All FairChild F games have been added now:

https://www.pricecharting.com/console/fairchild-channel-f

Answer
sales 2 years ago

This is live on the site as of 2017.  You can choose your currency in the upper right corner of every page and that currency selection goes with you navigate the site.

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Add Bandai WonderSwan consoles and games

GeneticJen 2 years ago updated 3 months ago 9

The site doesn't currently track or list Bandai WonderSwan consoles or games. It could be great to have them!

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Under review

Mass flag options for games such as completeness

ydoowoody 3 years ago updated by Mulciberxp 1 year ago 2

Its not really feasible to click 600+ pages and manually click "Box, Manual, Game" for 90% of them.

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Use archived URLs for completed listings so that they can always be viewed

Anonymous 5 years ago 0

Use archived URLs saved to https://archive.org/web/ or http://archive.is/ for completed listings so that they can always be viewed. There is an available API and it is simple to save the eBay listing to these sites. If archived URLs are used, then the pages will no longer expire from eBay and the images will always be viewable.