Seller sutelman123 is letting go of his entire Dead Space collection and it’s quite big. I believe almost everything related to Dead Space is there including action figures and lithos. He’s even got the Dead Space Ultra Limited Edition which by itself it worth a pretty penny! There’s no story attached as to why he’s letting go of his collection. Most of the time sellers don’t write anything, they get to the point and whoever is actually interested will buy it. When I see auctions like this I wonder if I will go down that same road, just give up and sell everything on eBay. I mean I don’t have an incredible collection of things like most people who sell their collections have, but the few items I do have are worthy of listing. Still, it’s a question of your current situation whether or not you still have that passion to collect, but from experience most of the time it’s about financial issues which is always sad to see.
As one wise man once said, “One person’s loss is another persons gain”. The entire lot is reasonably priced at the starting bid and anyone who’s a Dead Space fan should really consider this lot since it will be a while that you see something remotely close to what the auction is offering, and at that price.
Other Video Game Auctions:
Mega Man Alarm Clock from Japan – This is such a great collectible because 1). It’s in the classic alarm clock shape, 2). You have the three coolest characters from the series, and 3). It’s official! The seller says the alarm clock is brand new. Current price is $28 which is a steal…
Vintage Donkey Kong Ralston Cereal Box – This is from the 80’s of course so you can see some wear on the box, but for it being more than 30 years old it’s in pretty decent shape. Front of the box looks like it has no fading. Great collectors piece.
Goldeneye N64 Promo Press Kit James Bond 007 – this is a neat auction. Although not as rare as you might think, all you need are two Goldeneye 64 fans to stumble on this auction and it’s a solid sell. I own this copy myself so I am curious how well it will do. Currently there are no bidders so take advantage!
Game Boy Color Illuminated Display – amazing shape if you ask me. For only $19 this is quite the bargain.
1982 Activision Larry Kaplan (Kaboom) signed letter – Seller says: “For auction a 1982 letter from Activision signed by game designer/programmer Larry Kaplan. His reply to a question I asked about the Atari 2600.Larry Kaplan is an American video game designer and programmer. He initially worked at Atari and was responsible for a lot of their sales. Due to the lack of recognition for his work, he left Atari and became one of the five co-founders of Activision.He is best known for his Atari 2600 creation, Kaboom!. The game was published by Activision in 1981.Kaplan left Activision in 1982 for stints at Amiga, Atari, Silicon Graphics, and Worlds of Wonder.” Only ships to the US :(. What’s really neat about this auction is that the seller has the original envelope that came with the letter to further prove it’s authenticity.