Fanatic nerd auctions world's biggest video game collection
One very strategic hoarder has just sold the world's biggest collection of ancient computer games for an astonishing $99,999.99. But these weren't your run-of-the-mill, dog-eared, ratty-boxed second hands. This seller, who auctioned the treasure trove off on eBay, had meticulously assembled full sets of games, many still factory-sealed, along with instructions and "rare hardware." It included every Nintendo, Super Nintendo, Sega Master System and Sega Megadrive title ever released.
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