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The Immortal John Hancock shows us the most rare and expensive games for the N64. John owns a complete in box US Nintendo 64 game collection as well as 11,000+ games, making him one of the biggest game collectors in the area!

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GAMES SHOWN:
Snowboard Kids 2
Daikatana
Bomber Man 64 The Second Attack
Super Bowling
Conker’s Bad Fur Day
Worms Armageddon
Transformers Beast Wars: Transmetals
International Superstar Soccer 2000
Stunt Racer 64
ClayFighter: The Sculptor’s Cut

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41 thoughts on “Stupidly EXPENSIVE & Rare N64 Games – COMPLETE in BOX!

  1. i regretfully sold my copies of clayfighters (x2) with box/manual for around $50 also many years ago – I was a manager at blockbuster at the time (they were exclusive rentals also) as a former collector I enjoyed the video although looking back at what all I sold now is sad times haha

  2. Love this vid 😀I'm in UK so slightly different scenario – You had me drooling over that Snowboard Kids 2 game the condition was unbelievable with all the extra bits too – I gad to import mine from USA , cost a fortune + import taxes but worth it as I enjoy the game and characters- very interesting about the label verification now there are so many repros – well done u guys 😀😎

  3. I live near the produces that gave us jet force Gemini. I pre ordered the game from them before preorders was a thing everyone did. And the sent me a blacky grey colour cart. Only years later when I saw another copy of the game I realised it was a unique copy. To bad I had already sold it or traded it in.

  4. My neighbor friends dad bought him almost all these games he was and is a gamer and we destroyed a gold n64bby putting a small light bulb into one of the controller sockets…

  5. why is everything thats done in the world thats sketchy always have to be done in someones basement….why cant it be done in the dining room of a small one bedroom apartment on the second floor lmfao….or in their garage in the backyard lol

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