Last edited by Prometheus; 08-06-2012 at 12:27 AM.
The last debug kit I bought cost me $120. That included one duke controller and shipping. I would maybe be interested in that deal once again. But I think perhaps $180 is a bit high for most. Unless it comes with something unique, like an unreleased game on the HDD or something of the sort. That could increase the price by hundreds.
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Yeah, I hate to say it, but even with content, they really don't want to sell. We went from having tons of Xbox kits, to none, to quite a few again, driving the prices down. If the price was right, I might be willing to take it in the near future. Otherwise, Id recommend holding on to it for the next dry spell :)
Oh, ok. I'm not trying to rip people off or anything, it just seemed to be the general price in the feedback forum.
Also, regarding the system:
It has 4.70 GB free and has no games, Just DolphinClassic, Audio Console App, Gamepad, and the Xbox Dashboard.
It was manufactured 9/19/2002. Judging by the saves on the hard drive (Brothers in Arms, Rainbow Six, Splinter Cell, King Kong) I'm guessing this kit originally belonged to Ubisoft, but I don't know for sure.
Last edited by Prometheus; 08-06-2012 at 12:26 AM.
I'd hang on to it and sell it when the demand is there, but due to current circumstances a quick sale is preferable.