I was going to post this in the Retro Video to Watch thread but felt it deserved a bigger exposure and it's own thread. Karl Jobst has just released a documentary about the shady dealings going on in game collecting which has resulted in game prices being heavily inflated allegedly by the game grading company Wata Games and the auction house Heritage Auctions. It's all alleged at the moment but the evidence is pretty damning and paints a different picture of the recent auctions we've seen such as the Super Mario 64 game which recently sold for a whopping $1.5m. Personally I've never cared much for game grading as it's all very eye of the beholder. Grading can just vary way too much depending on who grades it and how well a job they do. Some of the examples of the dodgy grading done by Wata Games he shows are an eye opener. If all true is this is digusting behaviour, we are seeing our hobby taken over by greedy individuals looking to make a quick buck and driving prices up across the board. Eventually this bubble will burst but it won't be those creating it who will suffer but the people sucked in thinking they can jump aboard the next big profit making machine. Thoughts?