As a retro-gaming collector, back in fall 2012, I began to spend every month a penny (so to speak) to get a relic of the past, whether a console or a cartridge. As of today, I managed to get my hand on several pieces from the past. My latest acquisition is a Nintendo Advance. Next one is a Xbox 360 and Nintendo Wii. However, if you are a Nintendo fan, waste no time, there is a massive collection of games, consoles and other related merchandises you can grab for $ 29.900.
Unlike my collection, there is approximately 730 cartridges here, from the NES, Super NES, Game Boy, and Nintendo 64. Why exactly is he looking to sell off this treasure trove? Life, of course. “Between the talk of having kids and moving to a house with no dedicated video game room, I’ve decided to sell my collection,” Amble wrote on the eBay listing. “For the past 10 years I’ve spent weekends at garage sales and making Craigslist deals, and this is the result. I hope my collection goes to someone who enjoys it as much as I have.”
So, better prep you wallet.