A few months ago we had a laugh at bizarre overpriced video game collectibles such as a vintage Metroid Prime 2: Echoes cookie from 2004 and Sega Dreamcast GD-ROM burner, and now it's time to bring the car around for another scenic drive through the neighborhood of strange and expensive gaming-related objects. This time Platypus Comix has dug up such oddities as a Commodore camera, art from a Superman / Pac-Man crossover, the E3 demo version of The Legend of Zelda: Majora's Mask, a development system for the Lodgenet version of Nintendo 64 hardware, the Dr. Mario board game, and much more.
NINTENDO POWER 100TH ISSUE GAME BOY POCKET
Remember the Super Power Supplies catalog that used to occasionally come with Nintendo Power? Did you ever glance at some of that stuff and think there was no way any of it would ever be valuable?
.....Yeah, that was me
eBay Price: $1,200
Proving that nothing is too far out of the realm of potential ownership, I had the deformed Mario stuffed figure seen near the bottom of the list when I was a kid, although mine wasn't quite so deformed. He was definitely off-model though. What does one expect from a prize at the arcade section of a mini-golf and go-kart center? I still have him in storage somewhere, come to think of it. Whether or not he's worth the $7.17 eBay price is up for grabs.