Above: Just a few of the title screens you won't get far past before shrugging in disgust
But don't go thinking you can be some shopping-cart archivist of the awful, oh no. Want 26 copies of the actually-ace Lynx version of California Games? Fine, just decide how you're going to live with yourself after paying money for 100 copies of Pit Fighter. Go Atari wants an offer for the whole collection, generously valued at $358,000. Curious buyers would be advised to hire a financial adviser (or someone to ask, “$180 for two copies of Lynx Casino? Are you psychotic??”); serious buyers would be advised to have their damn heads examined.
Jun 1, 2011
Rare Atari 2600 game selling for $12,600!
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