Are you allured by the siren song of a mint condition retro game? If so, a haul of sealed classic video games from a store that closed back in the 90's might pique your interest. Check out the video below!
A video game retailer based out of Nebraska called Gameroom posted the above haul recently. Chris Thompson, who owns the store and is serving as a liaison for the sale, said that the collection's owner wishes to remain anonymous and originally came into the store just wanting to get a ballpark idea of the overall value.
The collection contains a sealed copy of Mortal Kombat II for the SNES, Crono Trigger (which is highly coveted and sells for around $25,000), and many other incredible finds. The market for retro games - especially those still in shrink or NIS - is booming, and the entire collection is speculated to be worth more than $1 million.
I have plenty of old games laying around, but none of them still in the shrink - they're all very well played and very well loved. I personally can't bear to part with them, especially since the majority of my old systems like my PS2 or my N64 still work.
Kotaku has a full article on it here. What's the coolest game in your collection?