Atari Atari 2600 Mega Man Nintendo (NES) Prototype XBOX 360 5

Nintendo Prototypes, Atari Video System X Prototype, and Signed Xbox Controller

I have some pretty rare Prototypes up for show. The Mega Man 2 prototype strikes me because first I wanted it for a long time when I was in my “prototype” phase and second I don’t know if it’s a real prototype. I asked the seller and he says it is a prototype for sure but he can’t remove the case because it would rip the sticker. Fair enough.

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Video Really explains it all how rare this Atari prototype is. It’s the same guy selling it. His auction is impressive visually and I say visually because he even takes pictures of putting it in a Fed Ex box! ATARI VIDEO SYSTEM X – Prototype Atari 5200 SuperSystem

Great auction Signed by tons and tons of game developers, click the auction to see who. Just to name a few, Team Bungie, Justin Wong. Unreleased Xbox 360 controller limited edition, signed

CLICK HERE to buy this!

5 Comments

  • akira
    Sep 16, 2010

    I heard about that new xbox control. It’s supposed to have a more accurate D-pad which sounds great for fighting games…

  • Kenji
    Sep 16, 2010

    Forget the Xbox controller, I’m digging the background music on the Atari video!!!

  • Riku
    Sep 16, 2010

    That was really a great video. Impeccable narrating and it really kept you interested. A lot of knowledge in the vid so anyone reading should check it out.

  • relic-source
    Sep 17, 2010

    Now that’s an auction! The Atari Video X is tempting to bid on, but it’s already over $1000 with still 2 days to go.

  • Riku
    Sep 17, 2010

    Wow it already hit $1000! You don’t even have to be an Atari collector to appreciate the Atari Video X. Honestly, whoever wins that auction is “really” bringing home a piece of history. Like Indy says: “This belongs in a museum” 🙂

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