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Physical Copies Of 'Dead Space' Are Going For Silly Amounts On eBay Right Now

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Physical Copies Of 'Dead Space' Are Going For Silly Amounts On eBay Right Now

Of course with the news of the new Dead Space on the way, fans would be reminded of the joy they experienced playing the original games. After all, there would be no need for a remake unless there were a lot of people interested in seeing the series revived, right? People have been scrambling to find their old editions, reminisce about how scared they were when they first played the action-horror title, and that has had a knock-on effect all the way to eBay and some very special editions of the Dead Space games.

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As reported by GameRant some extremely limited editions of the original Dead Space are going for ridiculous amounts of money on eBay following the announcement of the Dead Space remake. The Ultra Limited Edition version of the game, in close to perfect condition, is worth a lot to the right collector, apparently, as two listings of the game are on sale for thousands of dollars.

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GameRant managed to snag screenshots of two different copies of the Ultra Limited Edition game, only one of which we can still find on the website. The first edition, which we can no longer find, is rated a VGA 95 and was set to sell for an almighty $12,900 USD which is an astonishing amount. Though not quite as expensive, this listing for a VGA 90 edition of the game is worth an almighty $8,500 USD so, well, snap it up if you can?

Dead Space eBay listing
Dead Space eBay listing

Well that's the whole collectors game, isn't it? Rare objects such as these are bound to fetch incredible prices down the line when, as in this case, only 1000 of these copies were produced. Inevitably some of those have been lost to time, ruined by a dog, or just forgotten about on a dusty shelf.

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If we're talking about expensive games though, take a look at this copy of Super Mario 64 which recently sold for an eye-watering $1.56 million at auction.

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Topics: News, EA, Dead Space

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