If the past decade has cemented anything about collecting video games, it's that games are worth substantially more if the original box, manual, and other pack-in materials are intact. With that in mind, do you think it's worthwhile to keep empty Nintendo amiibo boxes around for their potential future value? Will a common figurine like Mario be worth more if I still have the box that he came in? Are you keeping your amiibo boxes? Trashing them after gutting them of their prize? Help a guy out here. I bought my first amiibo figuring I would be, at most, maybe two more and today have over a dozen scattered around the house on shelves and desks. The boxes are becoming a little overwhelming and don't exactly break down neatly. Should I continue to hang on to what is becoming a glut of empty packaging?
Is it worth keeping empty Nintendo amiibo boxes around for future value?— Matthew Green (@PressTheButtons) February 20, 2017