World's Largest Video Game Collection Up For Auction

June 10, 2014

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Note: Worthwhile interactive panoramic shots of the collection HERE, HERE, HERE and HERE.

The Guinness Book of World Records recognized largest video game collection is currently up for auction on GameGavel. Bidding is just over $100,000 with five days remaining. The auction includes over 11,000 video games, including complete catalogs for many systems. The incredible full list:

The following categories are COMPLETE U.S. sets, and may also include import titles, as well: 3DO, Action Max, AGP X-System, Atari 5200, Atari 7800, Atari Jaguar, Atari Jaguar CD, Atari Lynx, Buzztime, Captain Power, Game Boy Advance e-Reader, Neo-Geo Pocket Color, Nintendo Virtual Boy, NUON, Sega CD, Sega Saturn, Sega Dreamcast, Tapwave Zodiac, Tiger Game.Com, Turbo-Grafx-16 CD and Turbo-Grafx-16 Super CD.


The following categories are NEAR COMPLETE U.S. sets, and may also include import titles, as well: Bally Videocade, CougarBoy, Fairchild VES Channel F, Game Wave, Gizmondo, Halcyon Interactive, LaserActive, Magnavox Odyssey2, NEC PC-FX, N*Gage, Sega 32-X, SuperVision, Vectrex and XaviX.

The remaining games are for the following platforms: Amiga CD-32, Amstrad CPC, APF MP1000, Arcadia 2001, Atari 2600, Atari XE/XL, Bandai / Apple Pippin, Bandai Playdia, BBC Micro, Casio Loopy, Colecovision, Commodore 64, Commodore 64/128, Commodore Vic-20, Dragon 32, DVD Interactive, Epoch Cassette Vision, Epoch Super Cassette Vision, FM Towns, FM Towns Marty, Hyperscan, LaserDisc Interactive, Leap Frog Leapster, Leap Frog Didj, Mattel Intellivision, Mattel Aquarius, Microsoft X-Box, Microsoft X-Box 360, Microvision, MSX, NEC TurboGrafx-16, Neo-Geo AES, Neo-Geo CD, Nintendo Entertainment System (NES), Nintendo Family Computer Disk System, Nintendo GameBoy, Nintendo GameBoy Color, Nintendo GameBoy Advance, Super Nintendo, Nintendo 64, Nintendo 64 DD, Nintendo GameCube, Nintendo DS, Nintendo 3DS, Nintendo Wii, Philips CD-I, Radio Shack TRS-80, RCA Studio II, Sega SG-1000, Sega Master System, Sega Game Gear, Sega Genesis, Sega 32x CD, Sega Pico, Sinclair ZX Spectrum, Sony Playstation, Sony Playstation 2, Sony Playstation 3, Sony PSP, Sony Vita, TI-99/4a, Tiger R-Zone, Timex Sinclair, Tomy Tutor ,V.Flash, V.Smile, Wonderswan and Wonderswan Color.

Damn, that's a lot of video games. You think if I won the auction I'd have time to play them all before I died? "Depends on when you die." My doctor says any minute now.

Keep going for a video tour of the entire collection.

Thanks to nappo and Charlie^2, who plan to get a group together, win the auction, then alternate months with different systems and games. OMG PLEASE LET ME GET IN ON THIS.

  • Mighty Molecule

    i seen a collection twice this size in thoroughness and with multiples of various items in indiana. personally seen at least 3 separate gold nwc games unopened. guy smelled like dead cats, don't ask.

  • Captain Matticus, LP Inc.

    He can keep the Virtual Boy games.

  • JMeyer47

    I can see why people collect a lot of things, but videos games to this magnitude fails me just by their nature of space and to get the aesthetic and emotional value front hem (plug shit in and play it). I'm willing to bet the auction won't go over a $200k...even at $100k, that's about $9 per game (of course the system changes this) so which means the guy has to hope an investor will see the value of the collection for either nostalgia or some super rare pieces that will demand a bidding war to justify the cost of the the whole flipping collection. He "dug too greedily and too deep..."

  • Guest

    any profit in buying as a lot and breaking it down for resale?

  • Joe Rikel

    GameStop offered 17 dollars in store credit.

  • Jordan Neufeld

    Nah, he worked at gamestop once so they offered 18 dollars in store credit and a demo for Sonic 06

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  • Cortney A.

    Yes it's an impressive collection but I wonder how many people actually have room in their house to store all of this? Cause there's no way in hell you just lock this up in some storage facility.

  • The Chadwick

    Sheesh, what a waste of time and money. I mean I love video games but c'mon, everything in moderation. Is this guy happy he spent so much of his life tracking down and collecting video games?

  • JMeyer47

    Clearly he isn't or he wouldn't be selling it. The probably got the valuation of the collection is selling out while he still can. The issue is as someone mentioned, the space it takes up and he's given up on it. He might be better off selling the collections separately (Nintendo, Sony, etc) than as a one massive dump.

    The only people willing to buy it will be those who want to pick it apart to sell as individual pieces or high value collections. So, in a sense, you're right - it was a colossal waste of time.

  • Superior_Joe

    Please list the things in your life you consider to be more worthwhile so we can make fun of them.

  • zin

    Are YOU happy to be spending so much time finding air to inhale?

  • MustacheHam

    Indeed this is impressive. :)

  • iofo61

    At least he is keeping the celibacy.

  • zin

    He no longer needs games now that he's a wizard.

  • Dinger Bell

    Judging by his shirt, he's a Arsenal supporter. Never trust a Arsenal supporter. Or anyone who has a huge collection of games and not a single Xbox game.

  • zin

    PS3/4: HAS NO GAMES
    Xbox/bone: HALO BRAH COD BRAH LETS DO IT BRAH YEAH BRAH
    Wii(U): THERE WAS THIS GUY AND HE CAME OVER, AND HE WAS LIKE, "Wiiiiiiiiiiiiiii!"
    PC: Videogaming is dead.
    Arsenal: SEEEEEEEGAAAAAAAAA (is dead)

  • nanCY

    And they're all geeks - Imagine that!

  • Superior_Joe

    And you're here... on this site... not only reading but commenting... on GEEKologie.

    Fuckin geek.

  • pmindemann

    This collection would be worth almost twice as much if it had the full, NEO GEO AES catalog (it says there are some games, but none are shown, so it may not be many). Some of those original AES carts are worth over $10,000 for a single game. This is an impressive collection, to be sure, but a full collection for that significant system (one of the longest produced for platforms in history) would have made this truly without peer.

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