Known as the “Play Station”, it can run standard Super Famicom cartridge games made by Sony and also has a CD-ROM drive. Disputes between Nintendo and Sony led to the cancellation of the project in 1991, and Sony continued to produce its own proprietary PlayStation console in 1994.
A man named Terry Diebold inadvertently purchased an extremely rare prototype of a former Sony manager at an auction in 2009. In 2015, his son rediscovered the machine in the attic and created excitement by legendary console gaming communities and collectors. Since then, Diebold and his son have been presenting the Nintendo PlayStation to world-class gaming exhibitions and fairs.
Diebold sales decision, “I can not continue to lose money. I worked hard with him traveling and did nothing. Every trip with him cost the money I spent on my pocket.” he explained. Diebold had previously rejected a $ 1.2 million offer from someone in Norway.
Heritage Auctions, Super Mario Bros. in February. NES had sold the cartridge for $ 100,000 and the Nintendo PlayStation is expected to be sold at a very high price.
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