A brief news for you: the super rare Nintendo PlayStation Super NES CD-ROM prototype has been sold at auction for more than $ 300,000.
The initial bid was set at $ 31,000, and the auction ended on February 27, with a winning bid of $ 300,000.
Add in the buyer premium and the cost totals $ 360,000 (thanks Polygon). Many expect the device to cost more, especially since the owner once bid $ 1.2 million for it.
This was co-developed by Sony and Nintendo around 1992, and it is said to be the last of the remaining 200 prototypes. Others were lost or destroyed.
The prototype has a slot for Super Famicom and Super Nintendo games, and a CD-ROM drive for playing discs. When the drive didn't work when it was discovered in 2009, it was repaired and could play music discs.