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Old PlayStation games sitting in your drawer which could earn you hundreds

Old PlayStation games sitting in your drawer which could earn you hundreds

It's an easy way to earn some extra cash

Some of the PlayStation games collecting dust in your cupboard could be worth hundreds of quid.

PlayStation was released almost 30 years ago, and some of the console's games are now thought to be worth as much as £1,000.

The current PlayStation 5 has over 600 games available. From FIFA 23 and Grand Theft Auto V, to Assassin's Creed Mirage and Diablo IV, there are so many to choose from.

While there are hundreds of modern games available to play, it seems that people are still trying to get their hands on some of the classics.

And if you're one of the lucky people to have some PlayStation 1 games lying around unused, they could potentially fund this year's summer holiday if you decide to flog them.

JoJo's Bizarre Adventure

One game that could help you bring in some extra cash is JoJo's Bizarre Adventure.

According to The Gamer, the manga-inspired game could get you $471 ($371.50) as of 2021.

The PS1 was released in 1995.
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The first instalment of the Diablo franchise is going for as much as $350 (£276).

There has since been another three games released over the years; Diablo II, Diablo III, and Diablo IV.

Batman Forever: The Arcade Game

Everyone loves an old school arcade game and Batman Forever: The Arcade Game, released in 1996, could be sold for $400 (£315.50).

You could earn a pretty penny.
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Marvel Super Heroes Vs. Street Fighter

Marvel Super Heroes Vs. Street Fighter is the sequel to previous crossover, X-Men vs. Street Fighter.

The video game still boasts 8/10 on IMDb to this day, and might make you as much as $367 (£289) if you were to sell it.

Do you have this old gem knocking around in the cupboard?

Spyro: Collector's Edition

Of course 2002's Spyro: Collector's Edition would make it on the list of highly sought-after PlayStation classics.

As of earlier this month, a sealed version of the game was being flogged on eBay for $499.99 (£394), while another person has the same set on sale for a whopping $999.99 (£788).

Spyro: Collector's Edition was released in 2002.
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Suikoden II

This game could really bring in the big bucks for you.

The Gamer hails it as 'one of the best PS1 games out there' and claims that you could bag as impressive $1,317 (£1,038) for it.

In the words of Borat, that's a 'very nice' figure.

Suikoden II was first released in Japan in 1998, before making its way over to Europe two years later.

95 percent of Google users are said to like to game, with one reviewer describing it as 'refreshing, amazing, and all together well rounded'.

Elsewhere, a different gamer labelled it as 'an absolute timeless gem of a game'.

BRB, off to rummage through all my cupboards and drawers.

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Topics: PlayStation, Gaming, Retro Gaming, Money