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Last year's (2017) Auction Items

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Xbox Dev Kit with a performance beta built of Forza installed Photo 1
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This is a Xbox dev kit that was used to test rose (pre retail release) discs, the Xbox will only play these style of discs, retail games will not play on this box.

Currently installed is a mid release performance build of Forza Motorsports, this build is for the developers and testers to stress test the game and online functions (online stuff no longer works as original Xbox live servers are long gone). This game is pretty stable it plays fine but does crash and does spit out debug spew randomly or when the kernel detects an issue.

Owner does not know if this build has been dumped. There is also a music test app as well as a dolphin frame rate test installed. Includes are all the necessary connections to hook it up and one green controller.

Fallout 4 Vault Boy Lifesize Statue Photo 1
7' tall. Made of fiberglass. It is heavy, but comes apart for transport.
Canadian Gas Station advertisement for Pepsi/Super Nintendo from 1993 Photo 1
Super Nintendo Exertainment Life Cycle Exercise Bicycle with Mountain Bike Rally Game and SNES system Photo 1
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The Life Cycle was an exercise bike released in the US which offered compatibility with the Super Nintendo console. The idea behind the Life Cycle was rather simple, it allowed you to decide how to pass the time exercising, by allowing you to either watch TV, follow fitness programs or even play video games - all whilst pedalling away the pounds.
Nintendo Gameboy Test Cartridge Photo 1
Alpha Beam and Cookie Monster Atari 2600 prototype loaner carts Photo 1
Nintendo Logo Neon Sign Photo 1
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Dealer display neon sign with Nintendo logo in neon on one side and embossed plastic Nintendo logo on reverse. Designed to be hung in a window or displayed on a flat surface. Approximately 3 feet wide.
Sony Playstation One Developer Console Photo 1
Sony Playstation 1 developer console.
Sony Playstation 2 Developer Kit Photo 1
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Sony Playstation 2 developer kit with Tool unit and Test unit.
Earthbound strategy guide with unscratched scratch-n-sniff stickers Photo 1
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Sean Kelly Vectrex Multi-Cart 3.0 with box Photo 1
Nintendo DS "WarioWare Touched" double-sided promotional vinyl banner Photo 1
Nintendo DS "WarioWare Touched" double-sided promotional vinyl banner, around 2' x 3'. DVD case in photo for scale.
Nintendo GameCube "Metroid Prime" semi 3D Cardboard/Foam Point-of-sale standee of Samus Aran. Photo 1
Nintendo GameCube "Metroid Prime" semi 3D Cardboard/Foam Standee of Samus. Approximately 4.5 feet tall by 2.5 feet wide and maybe an inch or 2 thick. Made of foam and cardboard. Missing her hand and shows some cosmetic wear.
Custom modded Sega Saturn with "Rhea" Optical Drive Replacement/Emulator installed Photo 1
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Sega Saturn with "Rhea" Optical Drive Replacement/Emulator installed. Unit is plug and play, with:

  • S-video cables
  • Power Cable
  • 1 controller
  • 3D printed tray to prevent the loss of the SD card in the system
  • A Rhea Optical Drive Emulator, installed with 50/60hz modification for PAL/EUR.
  • A 128gb SD card setup with the latest Rhea Operating system installed and configured.
NIB Bayer Didget blood glucose meter cartridge for Nintendo DS Photo 1
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Playstation 1 kiosk demo console Photo 1
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Playstation 1 demo console from a PS1 dealer display. Has reset switch plug in back. Demo system decals on top are missing.
Amiga point-of-sale and promotional items Photo 1
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Two desktop Amiga Authorized Dealer signs, promotional license late signage for Amiga game Test Drive II The Duel, Authorized Amiga Desktop Publishing decal, 5 video toaster pins, 1 Amiga Trainer pin, 2 other Amiga software pins, 1 Commodore logo multitool, Amiga "Creative Impulse" dealer display framed poster and Amiga director's chair.
Lot of 4 Commodore CDTV/CD32 games Photo 1
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Titles include:
  • Lemmings
  • The Classic Lotus Trilogy
  • Thomas' Snowsuit
  • Moving Gives Me A Stomach Ache
Lot of 1980's Apple Computer authorized dealer signage and Apple pen holder Photo 1
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One of the framed signs has been repaired with clear tape on one end. The pen holder does not include a pen and shows some minor cosmetic wear.
Commodore Vic-20 diagnostic cartridge Photo 1
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Lot of 4 various diagnostic cartridges for Comodore 64 and 128 Photo 1
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Four diagnostics cartridges for Commodore 64 and 128. Untested.
Commodore Computers Dealer Sign Photo 1
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Lightbox sign with Commodore Computers logo. Fluorescent light fixture inside is non-working and there is no power cord.
New old stock unfolded US Earthbound package Photo 1
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Two available. Winner will have choice to buy one or both. Remaining box will become available to the next highest bidder.
Nintendo 64 Point of Sale Sign Photo 1
The dimensions are 16.5" wide x 15" tall.
Original print-out of code for Atari 2600 Yar's Revenge Photo 1
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Early code print-out of source for Yar's Revenge. Includes hand-written notes and signature by Howard Scott Warshaw. From Howard: "The title: YAR60N.LIS means this is a listing file for code, and the 60N means this was for NTSC at 60 frames per second. The code segment shows some notes I was making while working on the game." Date on print-out is March 26, 1984.
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Wayne's World for both the NES and Gameboy. Both are factory sealed. Sold together as one lot.
Nintendo Dolphin Prototype USB-Adaptor Memory Card Emulator for Gamecube Photo 1
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This unit was used for testing and development for the "Dolphin" Gamecube, this was used to test memory card function and save file states as well as transferring save game data from GameCube to PC and vice versa.

Apparently you can use this device to transfer save files users have uploaded to the net and transfer from PC to a Retail GameCube vs UBS with this device.

Lot of 3 manufacturer's sample Nintendo wrist watches Photo 1
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From the seller: "These are one of a kind preliminary samples that were found in the possession of an old salesman who has represented several companies over the last 25 years. He said that they have been in storage since he first received them. I was unable to get more details from the guy before the contact information was lost. It is believed that a company used the Nintendo wall watch clocks designs for these watches and they were trying to sell Nintendo on the idea of producing them. Each one has slight differences."

Embossed Plastic Hanging Nintendo Logo Dealer Display Sign Photo 1
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Sign is double-sided. Aproximately 50 inches wide. Has two mounting holes molded into the top for hanging.

Dealer display banner for SNES Ken Griffey Major League Baseball Photo 1
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Vinyl banner, 22" x 26", double-sided.

Developmental box art from the game "Battle Bull" on the Nintendo Game boy Photo 1
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It includes transparencies used to make the box, templates and layouts for the box and manual, an original advertising proof for the game, and an unfolded box. Most of it has notes on it for things that have to be changed or moved, some in different languages.

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Shows some cosmetic wear including some scratches and dents. Tested and working.

Nintendo World Championships Memorabilia Mega-Lot Photo 1
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From the personal collection of Chris Tang, 1990 NWC Los Angeles City Champion, Hawaii State Nintendo Champion, Sega World Champion, International Video Game Hall of Fame Inductee and emcee of Portland Retro Gaming Expo's very own Tetris World Championships!

This lot of Nintendo World Championships related items are all originals - not reproductions - and includes the following:

  • 2015 Nintendo World Championships large promo display standee
  • 2015 Nintendo World Championships Finals Event T-Shirt. (Size: XL brand new/unworn)
  • 1990 Oakland Powerfest / NWC Event Program Centerfold and Cover
  • 1990 NWC Quarterfinalist qualifier Gold Sticker
  • 1990 NWC Semifinalist qualifier's package (envelope, semifinalist letter/competitor consent form, Purple Semi-Finalist VIP fabric badge, 2 Orange VIP Guest fabric badges
  • 1990 NWC Los Angeles Universal Studios Hollywood Competitor Ticket (used by a player who won the city championship!)
  • 1990 PowerfestNWC Insiders Guide Booklet
  • 1990 NWC Finals Event Program Card / Contestant Information List

Display frames are included for most of the items; they can be flipped over so that the Semifinalist letter, list of 90 City Champions, and Oakland program guide cover can be viewed.

Halo 2600 CGE edition with Ed Fries signature Photo 1
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Original cart released at CGE in 2010. Signed on back by creator, Ed Fries.

Six signed Fable games for Xbox Photo 1

All six games signed by Peter Molyneux.

Vectrex and Multicart Lot Photo 1

Includes Vectrex console, Sean Kelly multicart version 2.0, RecycledGamer modded SNES controller and RecycledGamer reproduction Light Pen.