An awesome sealed copy of Sonic CD recently popped up on Ebay. Big shout out to our friend Jimmy for bringing this auction to our attention.
Gamers are getting pretty excited about it! Want to find out why? Read on below.
This Sega Mega CD is brand new and still sealed in its original factory plastic. According to the seller, it shows some signs of wear and tear but is in excellent condition otherwise.
Keep in mind that this Sega CD listing is for sale in the UK and you will have to pay import fees for it. At present, it has been bid on 23 times. The current bid is £122!
This game is the first Sonic game of the series to be produced in CD-ROM format. Sonic CD features FMV as well as higher-quality sound. The CD format version was originally developed by SEGA in Japan and released back in 1993. Development and production began in 1991.
It was a huge hit with gamers and critics alike. Many consider this game to be one the best Sega CD game ever released. It is also considered to be one of the best platform games of all time.
If you are unfamiliar with the game, it would be helpful to know a little bit about the series. You play as Sonic the Hedgehog. The goal of the game is to defeat Doctor Robotnik, Sonic’s nemesis.
In order to defeat Doctor Robotnik, you must collect seven Time Stones. As you move through the different zones, you will notice changes in the music, obstacles, graphic displays, and more. Many of these features were thanks to major improvements in memory thanks to the CD format.
According to Rarity Guide.com, Sonic the Hedgehog CD scores a 60% on the rarity level. The average list price for a new in box (NIB) Sonic CD set is around $70, the average list price for a CIB set is $30.00, and the average list price for loose is $12.
Sealed NIB copies of this game are nearly impossible to find these days.
If you want to purchase this Sega Mega CD, you better hurry! The Ebay sale ends soon this weekend.
You’ll also need the SEGA CD add-on if you want to play this game. Check out the listings here
Check out this rare Sonic memorabilia for sale on Ebay that any serious collector needs to see!
- Sonic Blast Man II 2 Rare SNES (Super Nintendo Entertainment System, 1994) – currently listed for $90.00. Prices on moderately rare SNES have reached shockingly high prices.
- Sega Sonic and Knuckles leather drawstring backpack RARE VINTAGE – This cool (and super rare) Sonic collectible backpack carries a steep price tag- $500.00! There is no ‘best offer’ option, so if you want this vintage Sonic item, be prepared to shell out the full listing price. It’s been a long time since I’ve seen one of these.
- SONIC ADVENTURE 3D ERASERS RARE FIND NICE NEW MOC TOY ISLAND VIDEO GAME FIGURES – $49.99 for a pack of 3D Sonic Adventure erasers? Definitely for the truly dedicated Sonic fan! These Toy Island erasers are super rare finds.
- SEGA Sonic the Hedgehog GIANT 1993 Caltoy Plush RARE > 4 FEET tall – Quite possibly one of THE MOST expensive pieces of Sonic merchandise currently for sale on Ebay. If you were a SEGA kid back in the 90’s, you most likely had one of these. Looks like it’s missing the original paper tags with sonic thh backstory, etc. These caltoy Sonics are becoming harder to find. Don’t think I’ve ever seen the 4 ft model!
- Here’s video of the smaller sonic caltoy from above:
- First4Figures Sonic the Hedgehog Metal Sonic EXCLUSIVE Statue RARE Mint in Box – By now, I’m sure you all know First4Figures and their incredible retro gaming figures. Your Sonic the Hedgehog collection might be lacking if you do not own this metal Sonic statue. It is currently listed for $695 or best offer.
- Sonic The Hedgehog Sega Genesis Brand New Beautiful Mint Condition 1991 USA Rare – Snag this rare, mint condition Sonic the Hedgehog Sega Genesis cart set for just $349.99!
- Sealed Tekken Asuka Kazama 1/6 PVC figure statue – PVC Asuka Kazama figure from Tekken. Most likely from Yujin. As stated, still sealed in factory wrap.
- Mirrors Edge Messenger Bag Promotional Merch – Cool promotional merch for the newly released Mirror’s Edge reboot
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