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Back when NintendoAge was a thing,  when you looked up a game you were able to see how rare a game was on a scale of 1-10 as well as how rare the box was, the manual, included posters or promotional materials also. You could even click on the number lets say a game was rated a 6 for rarity in the nes library which might have been uncommon and it would take you to all the games that were a rarity of a 6 across the whole NES library. Is there anything anywhere like this? 

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On 12/15/2020 at 2:32 PM, Tulpa said:

The NintendoAge one was pretty hotly debated at times. The more common ratings and the truly rare ratings were fairly accurate, but there was a lot of disagreement over the middle (4, 5, 6) ratings of games.

Just to add to this, I think there will never be a complete agreement with the ratings because rarity really does vary depending on what country you’re from and how much access there are to retro games around your neighborhood. The really rare and really common stuff will be obvious to all. The ones in between will get never ending debates.

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