#1: Nintendo Love Tester
Never heard of this before, but apparently, in 1969 (Summer of Love, yup yup) the same man who went on to invent the Gameboy debuted this handy little number. No, I’m not joking. Nintendo’s history of goofy peripherals goes all the way back to the 60s.
Current Price to Test Your Love: $1999.00 (plus $15 shipping), ebay
Affordable alternative: Nintendo Vitality Sensor (price & availability: TBA)
#2 Unopened Box of Nintendo Cereal System
Oh yeah, you remember this one–Nintendo Cereal System was one of the “best” cereals of all time, complete with a box that split down the middle ala Nerds candy. I can still remember the “yummy” flavors and the way I “delighted” in every bite of my “favorite” fanboy breakfast.
Buy the Nintendo Cereal System, and you too will agree, it’s tough to decide which of the two flavors is the better!
Current Price to dine with Mario and Link: $300, ebay (free shipping, what a bargin!)
Affordable Alternative: Empty, banged-up box from the less-famous Pac-Man Cereal (Current price: $55 ebay)
#3 Unopened copy of Stadium Events for NES
You know you want it, and you know you can’t STAND that your NES collection remains incomplete. Go ahead and pick up a copy of this Holy Grail collector’s piece. Hell, you already bought all those unappreciative jerks in your family a nice holiday gift–time to treat yourself right!