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Collector Sells ‘All Consoles’ on eBay for Nearly 1 Million Euros – Gaming – Geeks

A French collector of gaming consoles places their entire collection on eBay. It consists of about 2,250 controllers. “It’s about 50 years of consoles, from first to last,” he writes. He has even collected several special and regional editions of consoles.

The French do a full inventory on the page Not; It has a table with all Nintendo models under its description text, although Virtual Boy for example is missing from that list. However, it can still be seen in the photo. All in all, based on his text and pictures, it’s not really possible to say if he really has all the consoles in his collection. However, his notes file of 1903, which is 100 percent positive for the past 12 months, gives some confidence in his honesty.

What can be seen is impressive. The attached screenshots show shelves full of Nintendo 64, Super Nintendo, Xbox, PS3, and Xbox 360 versions as well as more obscure and older consoles like the TurboGrafx 16 and NEC CD-ROM2.

also limited edition Controllers are included. From Xbox 360 alone, you’ll see releases based on Fable, Watchmen, GTA V, Battlefield 1943, Halo 3: ODST, Madden, Wet, and many more. Seller Kaori30 also has a file YouTube channel He shows videos from his collection, although they differ greatly in quality, completeness, and age. It is also associated with His Instagram account, where you can see more beautiful shots of his collection. or promotional materials such as Life-size Lara Croft Also fall under the sale is unclear.

It is not clear why he has now dumped the group. He says he started his group in the ’90s, but sold it to start his own company. In the early 2000s, he started collecting again and in 2018 he was able to get back everything he had sold before. He states that 200 to 300 items are “so rare that you can’t really find them, even if you have the money.” A collector or museum seems to be a good destination for a group.