A Nintendo cartridge programmer. Buy it Now is set at $499.95 with $29.85 shipping.
This Nintendo display sign from the NES era is one of my personal favorites design wise. It has five slots where you can put in a NES game box to highlight which ever titles you choose. Would definitely make a nice addition to your NES collection.
As of this post the listing is set with a Buy it Now of US $700.00. Best offer is available and there is currently 1 pending offer.
Ran across and bought these novelty Capcom playing cards a few weeks ago on ebay. At 2x3 inches the cards are smaller than your standard playing card. They are also made from a light card stock that doesn't seem like it would handle much play time. Functionality aside its still a cool little piece of capcom video game merchandise from the early 90's to add to the collection.
I will defer to the sellers description for more details on these cards.
This deck was a prize or bonus item from a Japanese video game news magazine, Family Computer Magazine, known today as Famitsu. It includes images from Capcom's four biggest titles of 1992: Mega Man 5, Street Fighter II, Breath of Fire, and Final Fight 2. Each card has its own image on the front, with each of the four games getting one suit. All 54 cards are in the deck and in great shape, including two joker cards. On the box and the back of the cards is an illustration by the famous creator of Mega Man/Rockman, Inafune Keiji, who is credited in many games he worked on as INAFKING. The deck is titled CAPCOM Best Kyara Toranpu.
It also looks like the card art contains Firebrand / Red Arremer. Possibly referring to Gargoyle's Quest II which was released by Capcom for the NES in 1992 or Super Ghouls'n Ghosts (1991 SNES).
Ran across while doing a price check on some Tiger LCD games.
A prototype of the 1992 Magic Johnson's Basketball Tiger LCD Game. The listing sold through Aug 08, 2012 for $499.99. According to the listing this pre-production handheld was autographed by Magic Johnson at a event for the games launch. This promotional copy of the game lacked any working electronics and was just a empty shell with the art and buttons glued into place.
Looking at it I gotta say that I actually prefer this prototype versions art work to what made it into the final production run. Though I like how they changed the buttons to match the Lakers purple and gold in the retail handheld.
From the listing:
Prototype of the 1992 Magic Johnson's Basketball Handheld Video Game. As you can see in the pictures there are no labels above the center 4 buttons that there would be on a production model, or any copyright information printed on the bottom of the cover under the 4 center buttons.
There are no electronics in the prototype (see pics) only the per-production front cover, game background, and simulation play screen. The buttons and screen are hot glued into place by Tiger to be taken out and promoted. This game was taken to the showroom in the Toy Building in New York City for the launch of Magic Johnson's game, which he attended and signed the game at the launch. Magic Johnson is shown in the Monday, February 10, 1992 edition of the New York Times (#48,872) being named MVP of the 1992 NBA All Star Game. This happened within days of the signing of this Tiger Electronics game.
Today over on Shirt Woot they have a stylish Mario Bros themed t-shirt for sale. I guess someone built those blocks that Mario is always smashing.