Demos are a little tricky when it comes to measuring their value. If it’s a disc that was sent out with hundreds of thousands of a certain issue of a magazine, it’s likely not worth much. Demos used in conventions or stores to allow gamers to sample a game that isn’t out yet tend to be worth more than a bit because they were not manufactured for sale. These rare demo versions of games are highly collectible.
Zelda’s Adventure Demo (CD-I) – Here’s a demo of a rare game which would make the demo doubly rare. (Caution: Seller has no feedback)
Legend of Zelda Phantom Hourglass Demo (DS) – This is the North American demo card which would have likely been used at E3 or other such gaming conventions.
Zelda Minish Cap Demo (GBA) – This was a great game and a demo of it would be a worthy addition to any Zelda collection.
There’s an unrelated item I would also like to mention. This is an award given to Burger King management in 1999. Several gold plated Pokemon cards shown professionally framed under glass with a small engraved note reading, “In Recognition: The Greatest SLO Promotion in the history of Burger King Corporation”. It’s reported by the seller to be #6 of 30 in the world.
Now… I’m not sure what to think about this. Something in my gut tells me this is fake. The main reason being that I remember a long time ago that Burger King faced legal problems with a Pokemon promo which they had to recall! This would hardly be “the greatest promotion”… it’s a complete failure. If anyone knows more about these cards, please post a comment! For more detail on the item, please follow the link below: