I’m a little jealous and star struck by the individual who is selling a massive collection of SNES games on ebay. A single copy of all 721 SNES games ever released in North America, with boxes for $25,000. Several years ago, I sold my huge collection of about 500 NES games on ebay for much less than that, but most of the carts were in shit condition.
The cabinet was built by Reddit contributor Echoobrain, and it has a full arcade quality joystick and buttons built in. The system offers Link and Mario details on the side, along with a Triforce on the front – and it’s crowned with a proper Nintendo logo of course. While the arcade controller is limited to single-player gaming, there is a hidden controller in the front drawer that lets you play 2-player games too.
Back in the 90s on the SNES and Sega Genesis, before fucking everything came in zombie flavor, there was a sometimes under-appreciated game called Zombies At My Neighbors. You probably remember it. At least you should have remembered it. It wasn’t a huge game like F-Zero or Donkey Kong Country, but it was one of my favorites for the SNES and it’s cool that it looks like it’s getting the video game to movie treatment.