Interesting news for fans of retro (and gamers with experience). The start of an unusual auction is reported. Bidding has begun for the Nintendo Play Station Super NES CD-ROM game console.
This is one of the rarest things in the world. The Nintendo Play Station Super NES CD-ROM is a prototype. A total of 200 of them were collected. Alas, only one has "survived" to this day. That's how it counts.
The history of the Nintendo Play Station Super NES CD-ROM is curious. The project appeared in the late eighties of the last century. The device was the brainchild of a collaboration between Sony and Nintendo. The latter ordered from the former a CD-drive for SNES.
The result was an amazing hybrid. The Nintendo Play Station Super NES CD-ROM could play Super Discs. Music, for example. In addition, the gadget supported SNES cartridges. No problem with 16-bit games.
After a couple of years, the alliance between Sony and Nintendo broke up. Work on the Nintendo Play Station Super NES CD-ROM ceased. The product never made it to market. However, it was for the best. Thanks to this event the PlayStation was "born".
The experience with the Nintendo Play Station Super NES CD-ROM helped Sony. In 1994 she made her own console. Since then, the PlayStation has captivated millions of people. The PlayStation 5 will be announced in the coming months.
As for the lot, it's unique. There is no other like it. The prototype functions perfectly. The refurbished CD player allows you to listen to songs. SNES toys also run.
Thegamepad deserves special attention. It is similar to the classic SNES controller. However, it has the inscription "Sony PlayStation. For collectors - a real gift.
Interested to buy? We're still three weeks away from the end of the auction. The bidding is high. The price has reached the $350,000 mark. Not everyone can afford it.