eBay was a little dry during the end of the holiday season with the quality of video game collectibles on their site, but finally some nice rarities are popping up.
One of the type of auctions I love posting is Charity Auctions. It’s always a nice thing when a seller donates some, if not all of the winnings to selected Charities. Even if it’s 10% of the final price, it’s still something. Seller obeykube has up two NES Tech. & Billy Mitchell Signed Posters! 100% of the auction winnings will go to benefit the Children’s Miracle Network. Along with those items are a couple of neat promo items. Both auctions are still below the $20 mark. Bid!
Another charity auction is this Thousand Arms PlayStation Game with Soundtrack. 10% of the auction winnings goes to Coffee Kids Charity which is a non-profit organization established to help coffee-farming families improve the quality of their lives. They do this through creative, community-driven programs that promote education, health care, sustainable development and micro-enterprise. Bid!
PlayStation Blue Developer’s Console 10130 – Given to game developers and the few top sales personnel. The system differs from the original PlayStation console because you can play non coded games.
GameCube NR Reader – Along with the auction you get 50 NR disks
Nocturne Project Manager/Publishers Guide – You can get it signed by the seller as well. The game was also quite rare years before, but now are readily available on eBay which I always find strange. One year there’s a couple of copies on eBay, the next year it’s all over the map.
Do you want 43 Broken Xbox 360’s? These bidders do… – I would like to get the ROI papers from the buyer in the future!