An anonymous reader writes "If you're a collector of video games, counting the complete back catalog of titles for one system as part of your collection is a commendable achievement, but what about having full gaming sets for 22 different systems? I doubt anyone has ever done that through game purchases alone, but one eBay seller is offering such a set. The price? A cool $1.2 million. That's a crazy amount of cash to spend on games, but when you find out what's included in this auction, and the condition the games are in, it might actually sound like a good deal. Here's the list of systems the auction is offering full game sets for along with the number of games for each one: Nintendo Famicon – 1,050 games Nintendo Famicon Disk – 200 games Nintendo Virtual Boy – 19 games Nintendo Super Famicon – 1,500 games Nintendo 64 – 200 games Nintendo DD64 – 10 games Nintendo Gamecube – 320 games Sega Master System (Europe) – 300 games Sega Mark 3 & Master System (Japan) – 80 games Sega Game Gear – 200 games Sega Megadrive – 450 games Sega 32 X – 19 games Sega Mega CD – 115 games Sega Saturn – 1,150 games Sega Dreamcast – 550 games PC Engine Hucard – 300 games PC Engine Supergrafx – 6 games PC Engine CD – 120 games PC Engine Super CD – 300 games PC Engine Arcade CD – 12 games PC-FX – total games not stated Pioneer Laseractive – total games not listed."
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