These vintage video games could be worth hundreds - from Super Mario World to Pokemon Red

While many avid gamers will scramble to get their hands on the latest releases as soon as possible, it’s actually the vintage games that are the most valuable to own.

Thursday, 11th February 2021, 2:42 pm
Do you have any of these old games at home?

The 1990s and 2000s saw some of the most iconic video games ever made and those who kept hold of their childhood copies could now be sitting on a small fortune. Gaming experts Unikrn has revealed a list of the most popular games from the era and how much they could be worth now. From GameBoy to Nintendo 64 classics, these 12 video games could potentially earn you hundreds if you still have them hidden away at home.

Console: GameBoy. Year of release: 1994. Estimated value (complete in box): £725
Console: Nintendo 64. Year of release: 2000. Estimated value (complete in box): £360
Console: Super Nintendo (SNES). Year of release: 1991. Estimated value (complete in box): £250
Console: GameBoy. Year of release: 1996. Estimated value (complete in box): £200
Console: GameBoy Colour. Year of release: 2000. Estimated value (complete in box): £150
Console: Sega Mega Drive. Year of release: 1994. Estimated value (complete in box): £150
Console: Nintendo Entertainment System (NES). Year of release: 1991. Estimated value (complete in box): £110
Console: PlayStation. Year of release: 1999. Estimated value (complete in box): £90
Console: Nintendo 64. Year of release: 1999. Estimated value (complete in box): £55
Console: Sega Mega Drive. Year of release: 1994. Estimated value (complete in box): £55
Console: PlayStation. Year of release: 1996. Estimated value (complete in box): £50
Console: Nintendo Entertainment System (NES). Year of release: 1992. Estimated value (complete in box): £45