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.
Atari 2600 The Music Machine by Sparrow, cartridge only
Super Metroid Official Nintendo Cardboard Standee,1994
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!