Being a video game player/collector my whole life, from the Atari 2600 through current gen I have acquired some pretty rare games. I guess the rise of NES popularity has become the most surprising. There is a used video game very close to me and they opened in 1995. I have been frequenting there since they opened Usually once a month if not more. NES games there have always been $5 a piece for the most part, and of my 358 games for the NES, I'd say 98% were bought from them. I remember I passed up Duck Tales 2 in the late 90's because it was $20(That seemed like quite a bit for a loose NES game) but I did buy Fire & Ice for $10. I also got Mighty Final Fight, and Dragon Fighter for five bucks. Games I bought original from Electronics Boutique which are a bit rare are Radical Rex for the Sega CD, and some games for the Sega Saturn(the prices on some games are skyrocketing) like Sega Ages, Sonic Jam. I have Little Samson for the NES which I paid $5 for in the late 90's, and strangely enough I saw it twice in the wild since I got that copy around that timeframe(apparently not so rare in my neck of the woods). I love Taito games, and Cadash for the Sega Genesis is one of my favorite games ever. Working at Toys R US back in the day, I can kick myself for passing on Panzer Dragoon Saga which is now close to $600 Selling my entire Sega Genesis collection (78 games mint in box with instruction manuals all perfect) for Geoffrey cash when I worked at TRU to buy a Sega Dreamcast(9/9/99) was also a mistake I think. It was nice having over $700 store credit per the buy back program and not spending a dime to get the Dreamcast and all the launch games, but man I really missed my Genesis collection after I lost it. Do you own any rare games,and do you plan on keeping them or selling them?