Prototype Link Figure, Complete Nintendo Sticker Sets, MGS Promos, and… Sega's Confused Judgement


I know people are wondering why “Sega’s confused judgement” is in the title of this post, but I’ll get to that in time. First, let’s take a look at a rare figure which is still factory sealed. When you think of prototype figures, you likely think of large un-boxed heavy and detailed sculpts of later released figures. This prototype however was released in a blister pack and numbered. There are only 500 of these in the world…

Link and Epona Prototype

Link and Epona Prototype Figure – This unpainted figure of Link and Epona is a bizarre and often over-looked Zelda collectible. Even though there are only 500 of them, they often sell for less than $200 (when they show up for sale at all that is). This auction is for #300 of the first 500 released.

Full Set of Merlin Nintendo Stickers – Many readers will instantly recognize these right away but have you ever had the chance to look through the complete set? The pictures reach across a huge amount of Nintendo stuff and often includes unexpected screen shots and character pics. The price is very good for what you get (276 stickers in the set).

Full Set of Topps Donkey Kong Stickers – Packs of cards dedicated to one game… Wow, Donkey Kong was a big deal lol. The seller goes into great detail about how difficult it is to put the complete set of 32 together, but they are selling it for only $10. Very nice…

Metal Gear Solid 4 Promo Folder – This promo folder actually covers more than just MGS4. It’s a great item for MGS collectors but the price is higher than it should be.

Metal Gear Solid Promo Pin Set – I love these pins. The Fox Hound one alone is reason enough to go after this set. Very cool stuff, but once again; priced too high.

Contra T-Shirt – This t-shirt really brings back memories. Contra was such a great game and this retro cover art on a t-shirt works so well.

Bandai Zelda Pin Badge Set of 3 – There are actually 5 different sets in this badge collection. There’s Mario Bros, Ice Climbers, Super Mario Bros, Donkey Kong, and Zelda. Even though these are classic titles, Bandai released these sets not too long ago.

Zelda Backpack – I like this because there aren’t any words printed into the main design of the bag. It’s a lesser collectible and I recommend it to someone who can get some use out of it.

So now, here’s what I was talking about with Sega’s confused judgement…

Space Harrier Famicom – This version of Space Harrier never made it to the NES, but it was released in Japan on the Famicom. This just brings up so many questions. I mean, think back to the promos and commercials Sega put out which showed fast clips of Space Harrier being played. Why hand this title over to Nintendo and boost their console sales? Man, I just don’t get it. Sega should have done what they are doing now from the start… make great games and leave the console releases alone! lol…

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