Not the plastic or jewel cases that games come in today, but the old cardboard boxes.
I moved to a new apartment and, while I'm unpacking, I'm taking the opportunity to sort my game collection a bit. I'm wondering if it's worth keeping the cardboard boxes for my SNES/N64/GB/GBA games. On the one hand, I like having everything complete as much as possible - it's kind of fun to look back and reminisce on the excitement of opening, say, Ocarina of Time for the first time. I also figured that the games, though used, would be more valuable the more complete they are, should I ever - God forbid - decide to sell.
On the other hand, these boxes take up a shit ton of space. They're not heavy or anything, but I'm trying to cut down on "clutter" as much as I can.
Any thoughts? Thanks, duders!