It’s rare enough that a video game costs over a grand, but a video game manual? As crazy as it sounds, that’s exactly what the instructions for this old N64 game are worth.
Blockbuster’s second Video Game Championship contest, for SNES and Genesis, ran nationwide in 1995. Stores had to destroy the cartridges after the contest. Someone made 100 reproductions to help completionists fill a gap in their collections. About 40 are left.
After testing out the service in several regions over the past year and a half, Blockbuster adds free video game rentals to its Blockbuster By Mail service, giving the spectre of death hovering over the company brief pause.