Got $1 million to spare? Get a rare game!

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One of the rarest games of all time has gone up for sale. The Sega Mega Drive version of Tetris was quickly pulled from sale following a legal dispute.

There are few remaining copies – some estimate as few as 10. But that’s not all. This version that has gone on sale at eBay has also been signed by the man who invented Tetris, Alexey Pajitnov.

That’s a double whammy of collectible right there. The asking price? A cool $1 million, though the eBay auctioneer suggests he’s willing to consider other reasonable offers.

I have $90 in my bank account. Do you reckon that’s close enough?

If you can outbid me, check out the auction here.

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