Remember that tournament-edition rarity NES cart from the 80s that hit eBay a few months back? Well, it seems that a trend may have been started. Today, a very special copy of The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time has hit the market, and the collectors are chomping at teh bit for it already.
eBay seller Steem69 is selling what he claims to be a debug copy of Ocarina of Time. This means that it is a complete copy of the 1998 Nintendo 64 classic with a debug menu, accessible on command. The cart required an expansion pack to work on a Nintendo 64, and the inside contains both the dates 1998 and 2003, suggesting that it could be linked to Gamecube technology in some way.
This supposedly one-of-a-kind cart isn’t going cheap. The seller lists a buy-it-now price of £100,000, about $168, 400, and also allows collectors to make offers. You can check out the action yourself on eBay, with a week left to make an offer on this unique piece of gaming history before the offer ends on the 17th. Dust off your Nintendo 64 and open up your wallet if you want to be the owner of a unique version of one of the most celebrated video games of all time.