It's somewhat ridiculous how many older video games are still comparatively expensive. Supply and demand seems to dictate that if you want a used copy of Metroid for the Nintendo Entertainment System after all these years, you'll still pay upwards of $10. Want Super Mario RPG for the Super NES? Somewhere around $45 please. Final Fantasy VII for the Sony PlayStation? Why, you'd need a bank loan for that! Then there are the games for consoles few people loved, such as the Sega 32X. Retrogaming with Racketboy has put together a list of the cheapest, best games for the failed platform, and much to my surprise there are actually enough quality 32X games to warrant such a list. The obvious games like Knuckles Chaotix and Virtua Racing Deluxe are included, but then there's a few of which I'm unfamiliar, such as Tempo and Kolibri. Tempo definitely sounds interesting, and best of all, it's affordable!