Here we have the promo disc of the Playstation 2 game Final Fantasy XII, originally released in 2006. It comes complete with insert which contains details of the game’s controls. Everything in is a near mint condition and I managed to get this through an ebay auction for under £5. These discs do show up on ebay occasionally, and can be picked up for around £10.
Here we have the promo disc of the underrated game Vib Ribbon, originally released in 2000 on the Playstation 1. This rhythm video game was a unique experience on the Playstation 1 as the actual software loads directly into the consoles Random Access Memory (RAM). This then allows for the player to use any music with the game, creating their own levels to play through. Due to the game simple black and white vector graphics, it was largely overlooked in the UK, however two sequels did appear on the Playstation 2, but only in Japan.
Although the promo disc doesn’t appear that often on ebay, it can be picked up for around £10. Unusually the more common original game disc tends to be more expensive to buy on ebay, costing in the region of £25.
This is the promo disc version of Silent Hill 3, the third in the franchise and the second game to appear on the Playstation 2.
The game disc comes in a slim clear CD case and contains a proper insert.
Expect to pay around £30 for a copy, as most of these tend to be on “buy it now” auctions on ebay.
Here we have the promo disc of the Playstation 2 game Final Fantasy X, originally released in 2001. This promo disc of this popular franchise does not come with an insert sleeve.
The disc itself is in mint condition and I managed to get this through an ebay auction for under £5. These discs do show up on ebay occasionally, but expect to pay in the region of £10.
Here we have the promo disc of the Spyro the Dragon, which was originally released on the Playstation 1 in 1998. This was the first game in the series of the little purple dragon’s exploits, and was followed by two further sequels on this console.
This promo disc rarely turns up on ebay, so pricing it is difficult. I however managed to pick this up for around £5.
Here we have the promo disc of the Playstation 2 game Project Zero 2: Crimson Butterfly, which was originally released in 2003. Unlike the Project Zero 3 promo, this does not come with an insert sleeve.
The disc itself is in a decent condition and is something that I have been after for a while. I was lucky enough to pick this up for £10 on ebay, but as this disc rarely shows up nowadays then expect to pay £20+ for a copy.