I'm thinking about selling my collection of SNES and N64 games - so I've been looking for signs to tell whether my games are fake or not and was left with a great amount of games I think might be fake. Here is an overview of my suspected-games:
All these games' boxes are slimmer than my other original ones and is protected by transparent plastic inside the box instead of the fragile well-known white plastic ones. I am generally low with manuals because I at the time thought they were useless (...yea) but none of these games has one (out of 100+ I got maybe 8, so it could be random).
Here is a closer look at what I've got and why I'm confused. Metal warrior, slim box, transparent inside-box, looks american by the text and the nintendo-sign, however, the cartridge label behind is all japanese - what is going on? Is the box fake, the cartridge, or both/none?
Christmas daze, we have no nintendo-sign, the cover picture is very different from what I see on ebay, the label is not completely alligned with the game - seems obvious fake, however, the game still has that japanese label behind.
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The last one I will show is Mickey no tokyo, the box is in japanese, the game is in japanese, the picture matches ebay - looks real, though japanese.
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I hope someone can clear it up to me - maybe it's just the boxes that are fake? I can't find much about slim boxes, so I will try here. If anyone wants to have a closer look at more of the games, we can do it here(if possible, I'm new) or exchange e-mails. (sorry for grammar) BR