The first auction listed is for a very unique set of papers from behind the scenes of Nintendo 64. The set of documents include printed details, figures, diagrams, graphs, and detailed schematics for the N64 complete with hand written notes highlighting even deeper information for service purposes. Understanding most of it is well over my head, but looking over the parts I can grasp would be pretty crazy to check out with the notes that are included.
Nintendo 64 Schematics, Diagram,s Display Map, and Notes – The auction has a few days left. It may not appeal to every collector out there but something I can be sure of is that within the gaming collector community, few have something like this.
More auctions for today:
Who Are You Mario and Luigi Mustache Postcard – Unmarked as far as I can tell but the flip-side isn’t pictured.
Jak & Daxter Figures – A nice pair a figures sealed to the card.
Dark Cloud 2 Countertop Standee – Awesome game that too few have enjoyed.
Nintendo Store Display Signs (2) – Very nice simple yet sturdy signs without an eyesore scratch on them.
Alice Commemorative Edition Vorpal Blade Replica – Limited to 1000 and the seller has 5 of them.
Alice Mini Vorpal Blade Replica – The smaller version of the above.
Metal Gear Rising Double Sided Poster – Cool alternate version on the back.
Sony Playstation Internal Merchandising Paperwork 2004-2005 – Looks like dividers for a binder. Not much information on the written content so you may want to contact the seller.
GamePro Magazine Framed Issue 234 – This is interesting. In the description the seller says this is an un-issued copy of GamePro issue 234. What makes this interesting? Take a look at the top left corner of the cover. It says “Gears of War 2” suggesting that they are covering a preview of the game. What did Epic Games say about this at the time?…
“It is complete nonsense. We have not announced a sequel to Gears of War to Gamepro or anyone else for that matter.”
I remember back then magazines would toss out any possible future title on the cover of a new issue even when it hasn’t been confirmed and the article would just be a “what if” piece…