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Dragonball GT PS1 game costs $7,000


3:40 PM on 11.17.2010
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Looks like nobody can do the "Over Nine Thousand" joke. Too bad. 

An intrepid eBay seller is attempting to flog his copy of Dragonball GT: Final Bout on the PSX for an almighty $7,000. You'll be relieved to know that shipping is free!

Released in 1997, this fighting game is allegedly pretty rare. In fact, the seller increased his original selling price after estimating that a mere fifty sealed copies of the game existed in the United States. Back in the day, around 10,000 copies made it Stateside and it was incredibly sought after even back in the day. 

So, if you've got $7,000 and literally nothing else in the world to spend it on, you best get bidding!

Or you could get it for a fraction of the price right here.

Dragonball GT Final Bout [eBay, thanks Rommel!]






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