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Man Sells Massive Video Game Collection

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A video game fanatic is selling his entire collection of systems and games on ebay, that represent 30+ years of gaming. There are 1,768 items included in the auction. There are also several copies of many systems (so if you buy it you can send me the extra). The following are just the systems included.

The following systems are represented in this auction: Atari 2600, Atari 7800, Atari Jaguar, Atari Lynx, Coleco ColecoVision, Coleco Gemini, Coleco Telstar, Commodore 64/128, GCE Vectrex, Mattel Aquarius, Mattel Intellivision, Mattel Odyssey 2, Microsoft Xbox, Microsoft Xbox 360, APF TV Fun, Miscellaneous Handheld Games, Miscellaneous PC Games, SC Eight Thousand, Sega Pods, Miscellaneous TV Games, NEC Turbo Duo, Nintendo DS, Nintendo Game Boy Advance, Nintendo GameCube, Nintendo NES, Nintendo Nintendo 64, Nintendo Super NES, Nintendo Virtual Boy, Nintendo Wii, Sega Dreamcast, Sega Game Gear, Sega Genesis, Sega Master System, Sega Saturn, SNK Neo Geo, SNK Neo Geo Pocket, Sony Playstation, Sony Playstation 2, Texas Instruments TI 99/4A, VM Labs Nuon.

The ebay auction page couldn't hold all the info, check out this page for pictures and an entire listing of what's included. He estimates the value of everything at $14,639, and has a Buy It Now price set at $10,979. Shipping will run another $1,533! The current bid is $2,225 with 4 days and 19 hours remaining.

I'm very happy to see this guy moving on with his life past video games and finally hoping to go out there and score with a lady. You can tell he hasn't because the pictures strongly suggest he lives in his mother's basement. Now I'm not saying he hasn't had sex before, I'm just saying he is so far from ever having sex before he has no idea what his penis is.

A few more pictures after the jump, but check the link in the text for a ton more.

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ebay auction via [technabob]

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