A prototype of a never-produced video game machine colloquially known as the “Nintendo Play Station” has sold at auction for $US360,000 ($545,881), setting a new record for the most expensive item of video game memorabilia ever publicly sold.
A dentist named Eric Naierman sunk a cool $US1.02 ($1) million on some first-edition, sticker-sealed games in September, the Washington Post reported today. It was one of the biggest-money sales in gaming history.
I can’t stop buying Final Fantasy Trading Card Game booster packs. The iconic artwork printed on high-quality card stock – I particularly love how the textured card backs feel on my fingers. And the gameplay, well… I’ve never actually played it. I’m sure it’s nice.