One of our partners, PlaystationMuseum.com, has put up four incredible auctions on eBay and %100 of the proceeds will be benefiting the American Cancer Society. We at VGA applaud this generous push PSMuseum is contributing to the fight against cancer.
These items are very attractive buys for Playstation fans and the fact that every dollar will be donated to charity will make it even easier to make a bid. The auctions will close in about six days and bids have already started. If any of these items catch your eye, consider making a bid. It’s going to a great cause!
Crash Bandicoot 1,2,3 & CTR Signed and Framed – Back in the early days of Playstation, Crash Bandicoot stepped up as mascot and stood nose to nose with Nintendo. The games were awesome and had a memorable sense of humor. This collection of the first three games and Crash Team Racing has been individually signed by Jason Rubin and Andy Gavin (the original founders of Naughty Dog). It’s an incredible opportunity for many collectors.
Spyro the Dragon Signed and Framed – This framed copy of Spyro the Dragon has been signed by three original members of Insomniac Games; Ted Price, Alex Hastings, and Brian Hastings. Spyro was a big deal on release because of the popular free roaming 3-D and colorful setting. This is a great collectible.
Official Jet Moto 2 Development Team Ski Jacket – I am personally a big fan of the Jet Moto games. The speed and extravigant course designs made for a heart pumping experience played by many for quite some time. This auction is for a ski jacket given to a select few in the development team for Jet Moto 2 (arguably the best in the series).
Maximo Ghosts To Glory Development Team Jacket – The Maximo games are known for the extream level of difficulty, but that was the exact reason I like them. The feeling of accomplishment was potent after hours of practice. This jacket was given to some of the development team members for Maximo Ghost to Glory. Included in the auction are sealed copies of Ghosts to Glory and Army of Zin.
When considering your highest bid for these items, please keep in mind that the proceeds will be benefiting the American Cancer Society! You can’t go wrong…
Best of luck to Playstation Museum and their generous offering for charity.