Thursday, January 29, 2015

Philips CDi 450 Console

If you are interested in the first CD-based console to sport Mario and Zelda games, you should look no further than the Philips CDi. A relatively under-powered but highly intriguing machine you could get your hands on with a little help from this Philips CDi 450 eBay auction. The CDi is in full working order, comes with its box, controller, paperwork, instructions CD, SCART lead and power supply.

Seller ships to the United Kingdom, United States, Canada, Ireland, Germany, France, Greece, Italy and Spain.

Wednesday, January 21, 2015

Dungeon Master (SNES)

Dungeon Master, the ludicrously successful dungeon crawling RPG that showed 16-bit micro gamers just how wonderful a mouse could be, also received a port to Nintendo's SNES, the PAL version of which is a rare rarity and thus a highly collectible and very expensive game. Interestingly, you can bid on said rare version via this Dungeon Master (SNES) eBay auction for the game's cartridge, box and manual.

Seller ships worldwide.

Friday, January 16, 2015

Commodore Amiga 4000

The 32-bit powerhouse that was the Amiga 4000 still looks as imposing as it did 20 years ago and remains both a lovely thing to have on a retro computing desk and something to actually work on. This particular Amiga 4000/030 on eBay comes with a 3 gigabytes HD, 16MB of extra RAM, keyboard, mouse, Workbench disks, disk-drive, books and all sorts of extras. Also a Personal Animation Recorder about which you can find out more here.

The Amiga is in great working condition and even sports an apparently ultra silent fan. Seller ships only within the European Union.

Thursday, January 15, 2015

Marko's Magic Football (Sega Mega CD)

One of the rarest games for the (PAL) Sega Mega CD, Marko's Magic Football, is being auctioned off over at eBay and I am pretty certain collectors will have to be prepared to spend quite a bit to grab it. And, yes, you guessed right. This is indeed a cutesy platformer involving a footballer.

Seller ships only within the European Union.

Wednesday, January 14, 2015

Hi-Res Adventure #6: The Dark Crystal

Hi-Res Adventure #6: The Dark Crystal, the first adventure by Roberta Williams to be released under the SierraVenture label back in 1983, was an adaptation of the titular Jim Henson film and nowadays is a highly collectible illustrated text game. Especially when it comes in its original box, as is the case with this copy of The Dark Crystal currently being auctioned on eBay

It's the Atari 8-bit version of the game, has been tested and is properly running and comes complete with the 12pages long instructions booklet and three 5.25" floppy disks. [Update: Apparently the poster is missing.]

Seller ships to most places worldwide.

Tuesday, January 13, 2015

PC Engine Core Grafx II

Sporting an orange logo and a/v output, the PC Engine Core Grafx II is an update to NEC's original PC Engine and thus a brilliant retro console that's particularly adept at playing arcade ports. Oh, and you can grab one complete in its box and straight from Japan via this PC Engine Core Grafx II eBay auction. The console seems to be in fine condition and comes with controller, power supply, manual and the necessary cables.

Seller ships worldwide.

Thursday, January 8, 2015

Super Mario Bros. Game & Watch

The amazing, Mario-sporting and impressively scrolling retro handheld, Nintendo's Super Mario Bros. Game & Watch, remains a surprisingly entertaining game and a beautiful collectible. Even more so in its box, as is the case with this Super Mario Bros. (Game & Watch) currently being auctioned on eBay; it comes complete with box and manual.

Seller ships worldwide and cover all the shipping costs!

Wednesday, January 7, 2015

One Sega Dreamcast

If you are looking for a fine, fully working, non-yellowed, PAL Sega Dreamcast with a controller and VMU, this Dreamcast auction should be of interest. It's got everything you need to either start your DC collection or to replace failed hardware. 

Seller's based in France and is shipping worldwide.

Tuesday, January 6, 2015

The Sinclair Micromatic

Back in the '60s the Sinclair Micromatic radio player might have just been the world's smallest radio  indeed and that's just impressive. Besides, we love anything and everything created by Sir Clive even if it has absolutely nothing to do with computing and that's why we all care deeply for this Sinclair Micromatic auction on eBay. It's for a boxed radio in apparently great condition (though untested) that will cover all your AM listening needs.

Seller ships worldwide.