The original Super NES Playstation will be actioned off
The original Super NES Playstation prototype will go on sale at auction through Heritage Auctions in February.
Probably the rarest game console, a collaborative effort by Nintendo and Sony, was developed in the 1980s and is considered the best of video game legends, according to the website.
Its owner has previously rejected a million-dollar offer - Terry Dibold claims to have rejected $ 1.2 million from a collector in Norway. Now the sale price will be decided at the auction.
Known as the Super NES Playstation, the console was an original machine that could play both Super NES cartidge and CD games. Its purpose was to partner Sony with Nintendo before the latter withdrew.
Then Sony created its own exclusive PlayStation console in 1994.
In 2009, Terry Dibold accidentally found the incredibly rare original at auction for a bunch of "old things" and bought it for $75.
It is the last Play Station privately owned and no one knows how much it will buy: hundreds of thousands or even millions of dollars, especially if there is a bidding war between collectors or museums.