Good morning VGA readers. Today’s auctions are found by our good friend Joseph. A seller in the U.S has a massive stock of Japanese video game related items from consoles to rare games. I’m going to feature a few of these items here but if you really want to get an idea of what he has, maybe you’ll find something that suits your specific interest. You can visit his listings here.
First auction is for a new JP Pioneer Laseractive System and Pc Engine Mega Sega. The Pioneer CLD-A100 system was released in Japan on August 20, 1993 at a cost of ¥89,800 and in the United States on September 13, 1993 at a cost of $970 US. NEC also released a cloned version of the system identified as the NEC PDE-LD1. Both systems supported the additional PAC modules interchangeably. Read more by checking out the auction.
The next auction Boxed Import Panasonic Q GameCube All Regions DVD Bonus. The first time I saw this in person I really thought it was custom made until I found out what is was. This was over 5 years ago. This is a Nintendo Game cube that combines a Panasonic DVD player into one. At the time it was an idea being capatalized off the Playstation 2. When you compare the Panasonic Q to a Gamecube there are very little differences, however the Panasonic Q does have superior sound quality. This auction will not end cheap.
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