About a month ago, renewed interest in the "Sega Pluto" — a prototype console that was more or less an online-enabled Sega Saturn — led one guy to rummage through his closet and find he was in possession of one of two surviving units. He quickly put it up for bid, but now a second auction has ended in no sale.
Roger Vega, the Pluto's owner, got a high bid of $US7600 when he listed it with GameGavel. That didn't meet his reserve price, so he tried again on eBay. A bid more than double that — $15,500 — likewise didn't meet Vega's unspecified reserve, so one must wonder what he considers an appropriate bid.