Saturday, January 7, 2006
What would you consider a future investment for a 360 collector?
Well to start off early launch items are usually the most valuable over time,If you can snag a rare faceplate for 50-100$ its a good investment guaranteed to bring it at least a 50% increase over the next 10 years.
Also the weird items like the 360 Belt, or Zero Hour bean bags. Or the first official xbox magazine with the 360 demos unoppened. How bout the kiosk disc? Or the Memory card with the Zero Hour achievement. Snag these rare items now at low costs and watch your investment grow. Sometimes you will see alot of one rare item on sites like ebay but remember sooner or later they will be gone. And even 360 will be retro some day.
As with XBOX 1 Keep your eye out on Limited Edition Mortal Kombat, Street Fighter, Superman , Spiderman etc... Controllers these will some times be reduced down to 5 bux. Most people buy controllers to use so in 10 years not many of these should be around in mint condition. On the game side try collecting games that are not necessarily sequels. Classics that were sleeper hits are where it is all at.
In the Xbox 1 generation games either sold MILLIONS or 100,000 or less. its a fact. And the good games that land in the 100,000 or less copies the the ones with the value. Try Beyond good and Evil, Metal Slug, Kakuto Chojin, The Guy Game....
The weirder the better.
Posted by avid x3ro at 11:11 PM
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Posted by avid x3ro at 10:26 AM
Our Australian friends won’t see 360s in stores until March 2nd. To hold Ozzie Xboxers over until then, Msoft has tricked out a fleet of Holdens. Yes, Holdens. The cars will be outfitted with consoles, high-def Samsungs and 360 gloss. Check them out at the Moonlight Cinemas in Sydney’s Royal Botanic Gardens on January 8th. They shouldn’t been too hard to miss.
Posted by avid x3ro at 10:17 AM
Tuesday, January 3, 2006
Happy New Year ! Well not for myself that is, Today while leaving work my tire broke off of my cruddy Chrysler Concorde. The ball joint, CV Joint and a ton of other damage totaling up to around $1000 bucks occurred. I thank God that I was not going fast. If I where I would have been in a serious accident. So I am trying to look at the bright side. I usually don't except charity I have a little more pride then that, But I am seriously screwed. I am just your average 22 year old, who runs this website for fun. I work at a grocery store and it will take me over a month to even afford to pay a mechanic. Please help me out ,Even if you donate 1 Dollar. Thank you so much.
Posted by avid x3ro at 4:45 PM
Sunday, January 1, 2006
I know some of you have been eyeballing Zero Hour, E3, Xo5 faceplates. Make sure you read the description properly,and buy from a trustworthy seller. Adhesive skin replicas of these faceplates are poppin up everywhere with very shady descriptions .Some sellers are trying to get you to pay premium price for this replica.
Posted by avid x3ro at 4:44 PM
Yes it is a new year, what does that mean, absolutely nothing. Weeks fly for me, and life goes to fast, theres 1000 things I did not accomplish. How would I rate 2005 well 9.8\10 (from a distance) and probably 7.9\10(overall). I won an Xbox, got pay raises,started 360style.net,discovered ebay,seen eminem in concert.
On the downfall I wasted my whole summer on 360style and work. Ill make sure this year I have a little more fun with my girlfriend.
Where will I be in a year?
Where will this blog be in a year?
Where will you be in a year?
Posted by avid x3ro at 4:26 PM