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    Sega Dreamcast 15th Anniversary Commemorative Wristwatch

    To celebrate this year’s 15th anniversary of the Sega Dreamcast, this commemorative watch was released in Japan. It’s a beautiful silver-plated stainless steel replica of the Dreamcast, with the watch face set below its hinged disc cover. This auction may be pricey, but I’m a sucker for anything Dreamcast-related. Auction Here Other Auctions: 16 Mint […] More

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    Skyrim Dovahkiin Statue

    This hulking statue of the Dovahkiin was used to promote The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim. Bethesda has a history of using large statues to promote their games – they also used a large statue of a power armor suit to promote Fallout 3. Hollow, so it’s not nearly as heavy as it looks. The ultimate […] More

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    Bronze Mario Award Statue by R.S Owens

    Another post, another trophy. What are the odds? Just like the last one, this solid bronze trophy of Mario has an interesting story behind it. This trophy in particular was given out at a Nintendo award gala in 1996, presumably for an employee contest themed around Killer Instinct (remember, this is all based on info […] More

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    GTA Mania!

    To commemorate the recent momentous release of Grand Theft Auto V, let’s look at a few Grand Theft Auto promo items from past to present. GTA V Grand Theft Auto V Press Kit Items – Even parts of this press kit are selling for super-high prices right now. Includes a T-shirt, stickers, magnet, and coveted […] More

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    2005 Xbox 360 Launch Team Edition Set

    This is widely considered the rarest Xbox 360 model ever made, distributed to key members of Microsoft’s Xbox hardware development team. This specially colored 360 includes matching controller and HDD, a unique Dev Team serial number, as well as a special blueprints “I Made This” faceplate. Please note that the model featured here has fallen […] More

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    Coke or Pepsi? The Battle Continues

    First came Mario vs. Sonic. Then came Sony vs. Nintendo. But before all that came a much greater rivalry – Coke vs. Pepsi, a war that still rages today. Even video games became a battleground between the two soft drinks over the years – just look at these two items! Coca-Cola Game Gear (with Coca-Cola […] More

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    Sega TeraDrive

    The Sega TeraDrive was an unusual homegrown project by Sega, in which the Mega Drive was fully integrated into a 16-bit PC created by IBM. Rather than simply being another case of the Mega Drive being tacked onto a device, the TeraDrive ran a custom OS (DOS compatible) and allowed the PC and Mega Drive […] More

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    Hey I’m Grump…

    If you’ve kept up with the Let’s Play world or have friends who do, chances are you’ve heard of the popular Game Grumps channel. If that’s the case, you’ll be happy to know that after accumulating so many games, the Grumps have decided to begin auctioning off many items in their collection on their official […] More

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    Miracle Piano System with Game

    Many of you have probably seen/heard of this peripheral due to just how bizarre it is. The Miracle Piano Teaching System is a stand-alone MIDI keyboard – it produces all of its own audio and can be used independently, even containing built-in speakers. However, it also can interface with a NES or SNES as long […] More

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