This chunky box packs a PlayStation 2 and a DVR as part of Sony’s push to make its console a total home entertainment system. Sony cancelled its release outside Japan due to poor sales.
Some accessories are rare because they’re coveted by collectors. This is not one of them. The voice-activated Laser Scope is about as functional as it is fashionable, so not many people bothered to keep them around.
The Japan-only Dreameye was a digital camera and webcam for the Dreamcast. Sega intended to develop games that used the Dreameye, but it only ended up being used with a bundled photo editing program.
Of course there’s more bizarre Seaman merch out there. This dedicated controller with a built-in microphone is as inscrutable as the game itself.
Forget the console wars. Sega and Nintendo partnered on this special edition of Sega’s edutainment console, which came with a Pokémon-branded language learning game.
Given to a CES 1998 contest winner and members of the press, these rare cases came packed with a golden light gun, a memory card, and the light gun shooter Elemental Gearbolt.
Only one of these lavish Xbox One X consoles was ever made, and it was sold in a charity auction. That makes it one of the rarest, most eye-catching consoles ever, on top of being for a good cause.
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