Ten rare video games that are worth a fortune

Friday 16 January 2015 09:00
Science and Tech

An online auction for a copy of Stadium Events, a rare NES video game, is set to end today – with the highest bid standing at £21,000. If you have old video games in the attic, it’s worth digging through for one of these.

1. “Gamma Attack” (Atari 2600): £13,200-£32,900

2. “Birthday Mania” (Atari 2600): £9,900-£23,000

3. 1990 Nintendo World Championships: Gold Edition (NES): £9,900-£13,800

4. “Air Raid” (Atari 2600): £9,200-£22,000

5. 1991 Nintendo Campus Challenge (NES): £9,200-£13,200

6. “Red Sea Crossing” (Atari 2600): £6,800-9,200

7. “Kizuna Encounter” (Euro): £3,600-£8,900

8. “Atlantis II” (Atari 2600): £3,300-£11,800

9. “Ultimate 11/Super Sidekicks 4” (Neo Geo): £3,200-£6,600

10. “King of Fighters 2000” (Neo Geo): £2,300-£3,900

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