You never know, maybe sitting among your pile of old and never-played games is an absolute gem. No, not quality-wise…value-wise.
GamesRadar has compiled a list of the rarest and most valuable titles of the generation, and although you probably don't have NBA Elite 11 in your closet, you might have one of the others.
Speaking of NBA Elite 11 , it's Mint value is placed $2,250 and and even used it's $995. That's just because the game was never officially launched; EA axed the project when they realized it was basically broken. However, a very tiny number of copies had made their way to retailers and were sold before the cancellation occurred, so that's why it's so ridiculously valuable. Other games on the list include One Piece: Unlimited Adventure for the Wii ($180 Mint, $75 Used), Legend of Spyro: Dawn of the Dragon for Xbox 360 ($120 Mint, $75 Used), and the Japanese import of Dead Rising for 360, valued at $620 Mint.
Oh, and Xenoblade Chronicles , arguably the most recognizable title of the bunch, is valued at $89 Mint and $77 Used. That's pretty much the only reason I would've ever played the Wii but at that price…