The Hi-Saturn, a Saturn variant that you don’t see every day of the week, was created by Hitachi in order to try and market the Saturn as an all-in-one media center. It built in the Video Decoder Card that the normal Saturn required to play VCD standard MPEG video, and allowed for the piggyback-style connection of a (non-included) karaoke unit made by Hitachi themselves. There were even several varieties of Hi-Saturn, one of which was meant for your car – complete with a TV tuner and GPS antenna!
Boxed BANDAI Playdia Console System – Part 1 of the Gallery of Failed Bandai Consoles: A 1994 CD-based console aimed at the kids market. Library was almost solely licensed quiz games… but hey, the console proper looks cool!
BANDAI / APPLE – PIPPIN ATMARK CONSOLE SYSTEM BOXED – Part 2 of the Gallery of Failed Bandai Consoles: The more infamous 1995 effort at a 3D game console with Apple. In reality, was just a reskinned PowerMac… you could even run a Mac OS desktop on it, with a little work. Low price
Sonic the hedgehog retail display neon coming soon – Pretty unique store display sign. Worth the price? You decide
SNES HYPERBEAM KONAMI WIRELESS CONTROLLERS – The most cockamamie scheme I’ve ever seen for an infrared controller – reciever dishes. Listed for sheer absurdity
N64 Not for Resale NFR Demo Cart Jet Force Gemini Nintendo 64 – NFR prerelease version, much like the DK64 listed here not too long ago
Ending Soon/Recently Ended:
N64 Millennium 2000 Nintendo 64 Controller – The holy grail of N64 controllers. Claims of only 1000 made. Act fast!
Halo 2 Mylar Print Autographed – Autographed by Bungie artist Lorraine McLees
Hyper Shot with Space Shadow Set(FC) Famicom/NES J – Not gonna lie, this is one BADASS light gun