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Search and Rescue!

Here we go!

Let’s start with SEGA.

Dreamcast Dreampoint stuff:
Sega Dreamcast Dreampoint Controller Marble

The Genesis Miracle is back:
Sega Genesis Miracle Piano Teaching System cart

Nintendo:

…Meanwhile you may buy the SNES keyboard:
SNES The Miracle piano teacher keyboard

Famicom Grand Prix II -Stationary kit Prize:
1984 Nintendo Diskun Stationary prize complete

Nintendo Service Center items:
Nintendo NES Game Boy Test Cartridge P.N. 21528

Nintendo Wii:
Nintendo Wii Press Kit, Press Release & DVD

Game & Watch rarities:
NINTENDO GAME & WATCH – Super Mario Bros. OEM

Nintendo Game & Watch SUPER MARIO BROS ym-901

NEW 100% MINT MARIO THE JUGGLER GAME & WATCH

PlayStation store items:
Playstation store Lamp

Kiosk Demo disc PlayStation 2

Kiosk Demo Disc PlayStation

…and an LE:
Collector’s Edition YELLOW PS2

Atari 2600 stuff.

Demos:
Air Battle DEMO cartridge for Atari 2600

Rarities:
Atari 2600 GAS HOG by SPECTRAVISION

Recent rarities:
Atari 2600 CUTTLE CART with Manual on Disk

Cuttle Cart 2 for Atari 2600 and 7800 bin

Neo Geo.

A top item:
Metal Slug 1 US AES

100% Japanese rarities!

PC-Engine competiton games BINs:

GUNHED SPECIAL VERSION -pc-engine Hu JP

SOLDIER BLADE SPECIAL VERSION -pc-engine Hu

FINAL SOLDIER SPECIAL VERSION -pc-engine Hu JP

A rare demo:
BOMBER MAN ’93 SPECIAL VERSION -pc-engine Hu JP

Rarest PC-FX game:
ZENKI FX -pc-fx system JAPAN

…and an FM Towns one:
SPLATTERHOUSE – FM TOWNS MARTY JAPAN

Some gaming related art:
DON BLUTH SPACE ACE Animation Cel Lobby Card Set

Written by Nicola

Nicola, the Italian search engine over eBay...collects videogames from 1992.

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  1. The Miracle Piano was identical for all systems. Without the connections, it is just as useless regardless of whether you want to use it for your NES, Genesis, Snes, or computer. Because of that, it is simply a cheap keyboard.

  2. Yes, it is a cheap keyboard. But it can also be used as a MIDI controller for things like the Yamaha QY 70 and QY 100 or any MIDI capable device. All you need are MIDI cables which are readily available. The Miracle keyboard has MIDI IN and MIDI OUT jacks. The plasitc casing of the keyboard feels cheap, but it’s durable. The keys won’t break from use or anything like that.

    You can use the MIDI capabilities for lots of the latest PC-based sequencing software. So buy the Miracle keyboard as a cheap, yet effective, way to create music with your MIDI sequencers. It even has touch-velocity keys which are not found on even some of the latest MIDI controller/keyboards which are more expensive and have less keys.

  3. I had no clue the Miracle was such a wide spread device! I’d been using one of those keyboards for years to program midi into Reason (until I bought an Edirol PCRM80, woohoo!)

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