How much is an original Nintendo Entertainment System worth in its original packaging and in good working order?
I would say it is around $200 dollars - more or less based on quality. A good resource it check this is eBay. You can find similarly priced items and guage the value of yours. Unfortunately, old technology is rarely valuable, merely sentimental.
With the passage of time and innovation in packaging industry there are different options to make packaging. Some time it depends on the requirement of the product that decides the material for packaging. The most common packaging is being made with paper, cardboard and plastic. But, now the edible food packaging is also gaining importance in the market and scientists are working on this side too.
My Nintendo ds lite touch screen still works but i have to open and close my ds and sometimes it doesn't even work what should i do?
What happened to your Nintendo ds it was working Christmas day then it stopped working the screen flashin white?
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Yes, capcom is curently working on resident evil 6, however the original creator of resident evil said he will not be working on this game. And resident evil revelations will be one of the launch titles for the new Nintendo 3DS. So that's 2 new resident evil games coming out!!! awesome resident evil is cool
Sorry, it appears that the Wii is region-locked. Check the following websites for details: http://www.gizmodo.com/gadgets/home-entertainment/wii-definitely-region-locked-220135.php http://www.wiichat.com/nintendo-wii-hardware/7826-wii-region-lock.html Datel is working on a new edition of FreeLoader for the Wii, however: http://www.gamersquad.com/category/Nintendo-Wii/Datel-to-make-Wii-region-free!/ For now, though, you're stuck with US product. ~pS!~