Last year we reported about another Nintendo World Championship 1990 grey cartridge found by some Italian collector. We also said the the nice piece of plastic is usually worth around £10k. But here we got a new record, since a long-date collector from North Carolina is selling his one on eBay, and the auction already reached $90k!!
Unfortunately we have to report that this past Christmas wasn’t joyful for everyone. In fact Hello Games, developer of No Man’s Sky, new indie exploration game announced just a month ago, said that their office has been completely flooded on Christmas Eve, due to the infamous UK Storm that stroke most of the Britain territories on December 24.
With more than 11000 video games in his collection, Michael Thomasson is the new Guinness World Record holder for the largest video game collection, beating the crap out from the previous holder, Richard Lecce, that has only 8616.
You’re probably wondering what’s wrong with the title of this article. Yes, we know that we’re talking about a 10 years old game, also quite an awful game to be honest. But the interesting fact is that ToeJam & Earl 3 has never been released for the console it was planned for, the Dreamcast, getting just a minor release on the original Xbox.
Just imagine for a second it’s 1996, and Christmas Holidays are around the corner. What would you ask your parents as a gift? A Nintendo 64 of course! And this video shows the most weird way to ask for it to your mother!
Who doesn’t love classic arcade design? I mean, it’s awesome and brings lots of memories from the past! Probably Michael Mateyko and Hans Thiessen have thought the same when they created these Field Guides.
The title already explains the whole story. Robert Fink basically designed and, helped by his friends, developed a video game in order to propose himself to his girlfriend.
SEGA may not be in for new hardware making, but sure they know how to sell their copyrights. This is the case of these awesome iPhone covers inspired to some of the most famous SEGA consoles.
With a RRP of £429, the Xbox One is surely not the cheapest console you can find out there. But when it comes to expensive shit there’s only one place in UK (and possibly the world) where you find the craziest prices.