I recently acquired a PS1 with a controller, memory card and 12 Games for 20 bucks!
The games had no cases.
So what do we do in this situation?
Well there are plenty of sites online, such as The Cover Project that have printable game covers, properly formatted for printing.
So thus began my quest.
I picked up some Jewel Cases at CVS for 10 bucks and prepared cover files through GIMP (for covers I found that were not formatted properly)
The files I made through GIMP came out a bit small, and as such on the spine side of the jewel cases, the label looks a bit janky.
For now though, they work for all intents and purposes.
It saves money, allowing you to buy games second hand for a cheaper price and print your own labels.
At some point I’m going to go back and reprint my PS1 covers so that they look a bit better.
Besides PS1 cases, I’ve printed art for an Xbox 360 game that looks very nice, and once I order some 3DS/DS cases I will have cover art for those.
Casing my games is an effort to make my Physical Game Collection more appealing to the eye and easy to organize.