(UPDATE 1: Check out this cool Kotaku article on the collection/auction.)
(UPDATE 2: PC Gamer’s coverage.)
If you’ve been following along on my previous updates, here, you’ll already be familiar with the backstory for this massive single owner (me!) auction. Long story short, this is primarily an onsite auction of countless hundreds of videogame and computer systems, as well as tens of thousands of accessories, software, literature, etc. Just about all of the big (and small!) names from the past four decades of videogames and computers are present from all regions.
Here’s the latest page from the auction house with the details that you’ll need to get your own piece (or pieces) of this collection: https://www.bodnarsauction.com/may-31-gaming-collection
And the social media text from Bodnar’s Auction: “We don’t think you are ready for the incredible collection that is coming on May 31st. We have a huge single owner collection of “the history of gaming”. This collection includes over 1,000 items including virtually every gaming related item from the 1960’s to present day. Follow this link to check out all of the photos and get more information from this estate: https://www.bodnarsauction.com/may-31-gaming-collection“.
That’s a nice summary, but it really does only hint at what’s really there. The small handful of photos, limited descriptions, and quite incomplete item lists don’t do it justice.
The date will be upon us in just a handful of weeks, so if you can help spread the word, I’d be grateful. Thanks!
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