It’s not often that we make posts about arcade cabinets here on GameSniped – however, I deemed Computer Space worthy enough to take a prime spot, simply because of its history. Created in 1971 by Nolan Bushnell and Ted Dabney, the to-be-founders of Atari, it is often credited as one of (if not the) the first arcade cabinets ever made. Its sleek, Jetsons-like “futuristic” design quickly became iconic, and it’s made quite a few Hollywood appearances in films such as Soylent Green and Jaws.
This specimen, miraculously, is in perfectly working condition. You can find the auction here.
Dragon’s Lair laserdisc game – One Laserdisc (this one for a proper Dragon’s Lair arcade cab, ROM and board not included)…
ASTRON BELT ORIGINAL JAPANESE PALCOM LASERDISC MSX – …two Laserdiscs! This one’s for the MSX Palcom, a LD player that interfaced with the MSX and played LD games (Japan-only).
Castlevania Symphony of the Night Lithograph Signed Kojima KONAMI – Autographed by Castlevania series artist Ayami Kojima. Truly one of a kind.
Resident Evil Mansion Keys Official – Given out to Tokyo Game Show ’96 attendees. Price sems pretty high, but I’ve never seen these before.
Sonic the Hedgehog 10th Anniversary Crystal Cube – Rather bizarre 10th anniversary Sonic item, also quite steep but rumored only 500 produced.
CALTRON 6 IN 1 Nintendo NES w BOX & MANUAL – fairly famous unlicensed NES cartridge. Has quite a few bids…jump on it!