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    Transformation of Wrestling Video Games Pt. 3: 5th Generation

    Fifth generation consoles refer to the 32-bit and 64-bit gaming systems such as the Nintendo 64, PlayStation 1, and other handheld devices. It’s also known as the 3D era. So, that’s fitting that the revolutionary attitude infused era of professional wrestling received a serious face lift in the video game industry. The time of the older and […] More

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    Another Gigantic Thing

    This thing is really gigantic, isn’t it? This near-complete NES collection is now being offered in its entirety for a five-figure price. Over 800 carts are in it, including every licensed NES game and nearly every unlicensed one. The only notable absence is the NWC cart in either form. These big auctions attract attention, but […] More

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    Nintendo 64 N64 Foxdata Chrome Leopard Controller

    This controller is one of four different patterns created and sold in very limited numbers by a company called Foxdata who were based in the United Kingdom and advertised the controllers for sale in early issues of N64 Magazine. It is not known how many Foxdata controllers were sold. It’s believed to be less than […] More

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    Reach Out and Shell Someone

    Presenting the Mario Kart brand telephone. Even if you don’t use a land line anymore, come on….it’s a bleeping Mario Kart Telephone. Mario Kart Telephone Other things to consider: Super Mario 64 Film Camera Even more obsolete, and not as uniquely shaped, but it exists. Animal Crossing originally came out for the N64…but only in […] More

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    Rampage 2: Universal Tour BIG BOX Nintendo 64

    I’ve never heard of this before, but from what I understand the big box version of Rampage 2 with the key chains was a Wal-Mart exclusive. This includes the box, manuals (game manual, health manual, hydro thunder/micro machines promo poster & Midway survey card), game cartridge in plastic cover and the plush keychain of Ralph, […] More

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    Nintendo 64 Blueprints, Diagrams, Display Map & Notes

    No idea if these are legit, but they look pretty awesome. From the auction: Up for auction is an original Nintendo 64 blueprint/diagram. My father was one of the main tech guys in the mid 90’s at Nintendo located in Redmond, Washington and he still had some of the stuff he used to teach the […] More

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    Conker 64 Development Cartridge

    Not a prototype, but essentially a development RAM cart. From what I understand, these would have been flashed by Rare from a computer, but hold no permanent memory. Auction Here RareWare has a nice video showing off similar carts. Also: The Legend of Zelda Oracle of Seasons (Game Boy Color) Sealed PCE PC-Engine/Turbo Grafx Hucard […] More

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    Legend of Zelda Ocarina of Time Special Edition

    These don’t show up a lot, and this may just be the second one so far this year. The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time Special Edition was only released in Germany, back in 1998 when the game was released in Europe. Possibly as an exclusive from a gameshop in Berlin, Cyber Games. The exact […] More

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    Starfox E3 “N” Gold N64 Controller

    The very first N64 Gold controller came from the 1997 E3 held in Atlanta, Georgia. Here there was a StarFox 64 competition where four people could compete at a time, sitting inside machines that were Airwing replicas. The winner of the round received this gold/black controller with a gold “N” logo. According to the seller, […] More

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