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These PlayStation games could earn you big money

Your mum probably complained when you insisted on sticking that bin bag of PlayStation games in the loft. 

"Can't they go to a car boot sale? You'll never play them again - and we need room for the cross trainer your dad doesn't use anymore."

Part of that maternal wisdom was spot on: you'll never play Devil Dice ever again (and dad took the cross trainer to the car boot sale). But thanks to your hoarding tendencies, all those old yellowing PlayStation games could now earn you bigger cash than they've ever been worth. According to LoveAntiques.com, collectors will go nuts for the following ten titles, despite them not being that old.

Finger's crossed you kept the box and instruction book...


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