Nothing rare, but I do have the original Resident Evil with box and manual (even with the registration car) all in near mint condition. Ah Resident Evil on the Saturn, choppy 3D graphics and poor voice acting, those were the days
Y'know, guys.... I think a game is REALLY rare when it practically never shows up on eBay, and nobody has ever heard of it. I have two such games.
One is called Savaki and is a 3D fighter made by Cynus in 1998, not too bad either... it's low-res like Fighting Vipers but runs at 60fps, and it's basically kickboxing in a big cage surrounded by spectators.
The other which I just got yesterday is called Virtual Boat Race 2 by ... Nichibutsu, I think. Ahh, BOAT RACING on the Saturn!! Very nice water effects, too, you oughta see it...they did a good job on this game.
So! How's that for rare?
Incidentally there's two shooters I'm looking for that are so rare I can't even find any info on them...yet I'm curious about them...one is called G-Vector and the other, Stellar Assault which is as expensive as Radiant Silvergun but much rarer...and I wonder if it's just such a good game that it's so much money, or what...
Ohyeah, also have Wipeout XL. Much rarer than the European version known as Wipeout 2097.
Well I was hoping it would be more like most StratRPGs... little in the way of decision making, high in gameplay. Although it does have a complex battle system (I say, the more complex, the better), but it's a bit too heavy on text to find out how it works.
For each character, you basically order gems around on a grid and I believe that determines their stats. A bit difficult since all gem descriptions are in Japanese.
Also, the game isn't just strategy... there's a fair deal of graphic adventure mixed in, which means loads of Japanese text and decisions along the way. I'm desperate for a FAQ.
On the other hand, graphics and character designs are very well done... the opening cinema is excellent, though I wish I could say the same for the rest of the FMV. Poorly animated, and in some cases, just poorly drawn.
If you can speak/read Japanese, this looks like a very worthy title... though if you don't know what the hell is being said to you (like me), I would say that trying to play just becomes a frustrating ordeal.