Halo 2600 Sealed, Sharp’s Famicomstation and more


At the Classic Gaming Expo last year, a homebrew Halo game was released for the Atari 2600. There was a limited release of 500 cartridges and the ROM itself is available online for free. The game was designed by Ed Fries who used to be VP of game publishing for Microsoft’s Xbox division so it has a connection to Halo itself. One of the cartridges has appeared on eBay recently and it’s in great condition.

Halo 2600 Box

Halo 2600 seal



Click here for Halo 2600 (Atari 2600) Sealed – Limited 500

Here are a few more cool items…

Sharp Famicomstation– This sample console is similar to the North American M8 and M82 sample consoles. Inside are 10 selectable games such as Super Mario Bros, Wild Gunmen, Gradius, Ghosts n Goblins, etc. It’s a great piece of Nintendo history and is in fairly good condition. Note there appears to be some damage on the wire for the zapper.

Digital Press Console Game Rarity Guide – 7th Ed. – This would be interesting to read. It’s an old rarity guide that lists games rated out of 10 on how rare they are. I can’t say how accurate it is, but it would still be cool to flip through.

Coco to the Rescue Handheld Game– How many people have played this? lol. It’s a handheld LCD promo game by Kelloggs which features the Coco Pops monkey Coco.

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  1. Cool!! Man, I heard of Halo 2600, I even played it online too!! But I had no idea that they had a retail release. That’s so cool!

  2. I have the blue cover Digital Press Advance guide. Wonder if it has any value? It’s only 3-4 years old, but changes in demand for certain games renders alot of the values it gives useless. (For example, the Conker games, FF7, etc, have all gone up in value in recent years)

    I would guess the classic guide is more stable in terms of supply/demand.

  3. You do have a point Alex, but these guides are nonetheless enjoyable to read. The value of games are all over the map. It really all depends, like you said, with demand & supply.

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