One of the most impressive game collections I've seen in some time was up for sale recently, and it sold for a whopping $750,250. That's over 11,000 games on systems from the Amiga to the WonderSwan. I'd list all the systems here, but you might drop to one knee and weep at the magnificence of it all. It's truly a glorious sight to behold, and it's even been sanctioned by Guinness as the world's largest with no repeats.
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