Unique Nintendo Play Station Super NES game console sold for $ 360,000

At the end of last year, we learned that the one-of-a-kind Nintendo Play Station Super NES CD-ROM Prototype game console is being prepared for sale at auction. This is a prototype console created as part of a short alliance between Nintendo and Sony about 30 years ago. The prefix itself shows the date of October 6, 1992 (or June 10, 1992), although formally the Japanese giants stopped cooperation a year before.

Be that as it may, this is a one-of-a-kind instance and it works. Bidding started last month from a mark of $ 48,000. And now the auction is over. The final price is 360,000 dollars. On the one hand, this is a rather large amount, on the other hand, as originally reported, at one time the console owner refused the $ 1.2 million that he was offered for the device. He hoped to help out at the auction of 3 million.

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