One of gaming's most mysterious and controversial consoles is available to buy--if you're rich.
That's not actually bad for such a unique piece of videogame history. I don't have the money for that, but I'm sure whoever does will be elated.
Some rich Arabian gamer will buy it in no time that's for sure.
"It belongs in a museum" - Indiana Jones
Heres a link to a breakdown on the console far as i remember there was issues the console in reading its games, He got in touch with ben heck on youtube and hense this video heres part one. Saw this bout three years ago. https://www.youtube.com/wat...
Sound like a steel if i had that money spair id buy it great bit of videogames history
That actually sounds like not a bad price. For something that rare and historic, honestly I think people would pay more.
Nintendo will buy it them trash it out of bitterness because this is the reason Playstation is dominating right now.
Misconception. SEGA was also in talks for Sony to work with them on Saturn. Not to mention N64 going with carts is why Sony even got Final Fantasy VII. Had Saturn been easy to develop for with a proper US launch and N64 went with discs. PS1 would not have had near the same impact it did. Sony had some odd restrictions themselves on 3rd party games in the early days but it was worth it over trying to figure out Saturns complicated multiple processers and N64's expensive carts.
I think the talks Sony had with Sega was after Nintendo shamed Sony.
I pictured Pelosi destroying the Presidents speech while reading this lol.
Its an eyesore that’s for sure .
Let's see how pretty you are in 30 years. ;-)
For something so rare I'm surprised it's not more.
Something is only worth what people are willing to pay for it. If it doesn't sell, they'll list it again lowering the price.
It is... 260,000 now 😅😜
Let’s see if it reaches the 1 million it was expected to fetch. 21 days to go, current bid $48,000.
I think Terry had turned down an offer for $1m already. Thinking he can get more but it would be interesting if it stays below that (i dont think it will though)
Already cleared 260,000 now.
This really should be here: http://www.nvmusa.org/ This is probably the only one in the world like this and if lived near there I would be there every weekend :D Heres a tour of it: https://www.youtube.com/wat... Fun fact fast forward to 4:27 that gold N64 controller with the Nintendo Power 100 label on the top of it was actually mine :D I sold it to the Digital Press store along with a big collection of Nintendo games from various consoles. Link to the store: https://www.digitpress.com/... The owner of Digital Press and one of the founding memebers of the National Videogame Museum is Joe Santulli to whom I sold it to. I feel proud seeing it there instead of being sold on ebay and just sit in someone's house doing nothing lol
I wouldnt eevn want it
Being that the SNES is my all time favourite console and PlayStation is my favourite gaming brand, I wish I could afford this! 😭
Put me in for 2....... This was a huge moment in gaming, Nintendo severed ties with Sony, the PlayStation was born, and the rest is history
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