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 portions to run simultaneously. In fact, Sega took things one step further and allowed the TeraDrive to be used as a development kit for users to create and run their own Mega Drive games.
Three models of the TeraDrive were made available, the most expensive of which featured a 30MB hard drive in addition to the 3 1/2″ floppy drive. This model up for auction appears to be said HDD model, and the seller claims the HDD (replacement or not is not specified) is in working order along with the rest of the unit. All homebrew enthusiasts should keep their eye on this auction!
Playstation Gran Turismo 4 GT4 Nike Shox Shoes – Official Gran Turismo 4 branded Nike Shox, included with a sealed copy of the game all in a slick case. 1000 limited run
Pioneer LaserActive Mega LD Game Lot of 5 Triad Ghost Hyperion Rocket Sega Taito – Another shameless plug for the LaserActive, the great underdog console of the FMV era. Five games up for auction in this lot – Triad Stone, Ghost Rush, Pyramid Patrol, Rocket Coaster, and Hyperion. All of the games are some of the best on the system!
Bulletstorm Promotional Nutcracker – Bulletstorm, a first-person shooter by People Can Fly famous for its crude humor and gratuitous violence, featured this nutcracker as a promotional item. I’ll let you put two and two together
Lucia Lunar Silver Star Eternal Blue Keychain SEGA CD SATURN – One example of incredibly sparse merchandise for the cult classic Lunar games
DreamCast Regulation 7 Console – This particular model of Dreamcast was created exclusively for gambling use in Sega Club locations in Japan, as well as Sega World. The units were shipped with a broadband adapter, so that updated betting information could be sent to each Dreamcast in real time. The term “Regulation 7” itself refers to a section of Japanese law regarding “video-gambling”
1.5m (5Ft) inflatable crash bandicoot promotional display – It’s a blow-up Crash Bandicoot! Not much to it, probably was used in retail stores
Marvel Vs Capcom 2 Mixtape Vinyl Record – This “mixtape” vinyl featuring various artists was released in very limited quantites to celebrate Capcom’s re-release of MvC2 onto PSN and XBLA