|lifeasis Wrote:In my opinion YET true, the fact that NECA re-issued the 20th anniversary toys has decreased the VALUE for the ORIGINAL toys, which pisses me off. Because now the TRON toys made by TOMY are worth virtually NOTHING. These toys went from being well worth over $100 bucks just for one CARDED figure to 1/2 that in 2003. Maybe if Disney comes out with "TRON 2" the VALUE will go back up, but who knows when that will happen. |
Okay, so far with every post you've made it's sounding like you either want to start an arguement, brag, or just want to vent about something. I've tried staying out of this, but this last comment kinda ruffled my feathers some.
Who cares how much they're valued at if you are a fan and plan to not sell them. You sound like you're ticked off because you're in this for a business, and not as a fan. I have a Tron upright video game that at one time I could've sold on eBay for about $800-900 giving me a nice little profit of what I paid for it. Now-a-days with the recession, off-holidays time and other factors I'm probably not aware of I've seen these go down to about $400 now.
Am I pissed the value of my game has decreased in value? Heck no 'cause I don't plan to sell it ever. It could be worth only one buck and it will still be valuable to me because that is *MY* favorite arcade game growing up. I have fond memories from my childhood of this game as well as Tron which is why I enjoy collecting Tron releated merchendise.
Quit worrying about how much X item is valued at, build a Tron-shrine for them and sit back and enjoy what you have and day-dream what you vow to get in the future.buy viagra onlinehttp://www.bilimselbilisim.com/haberler_detay.aspx?id=42 viagra online