Originally posted by: BreaKBeatZ
NES - Vice Project Doom. It's a great game and has been on a lot of hidden gem lists, but hasn't experienced the price spike that other good platformers like Bucky O'Hare received.
SNES - No clue. I had predicted Musya but never ended up buying it when it was around $30 around a year ago. Turns out I was right, and now I'm going to have to spend much lot more to buy it, since I really want to play the game.
N64 - Aidyn Chronicles. It took me a long time to find this game CIB so I think it's quite uncommon although the cartridge alone is still easy to find. This game is never talked about; I've heard multiple people say that that the only 3rd party RPG on N64 is Quest 64 which is awful. Everyone forgets about Aidyn Chronicles, which isn't perfect, but has a lot of elements I enjoy in RPGs like very detailed character customization.
Gamecube - Ultimate Muscle. It's a good game, and seems to be rarer than people have realized.
PS2 - ChoroQ. The game is fun, well made and very unique. Also, it's extremely cheap for an Atlus title.
I think I recall Vice getting up towards $50 then it cooled down.
If ChoroQ jumps up, that'd be one of the biggest spikes ever as I see that game for sub $3 everywhere.
I wanted to like Musya, (and I still need to play it more) but it is very off-putting initially and not worth the scratch imo