Avid collector receives Guinness World Record for largest video game collection - TechSpot
Here’s hoping that there’s a copy of Corey in the House for the Nintendo DS made it in. 

Imagine owning one of everything of something. An issue of every comic ever created, a DVD of every movie ever released. That’s pretty much what Michael Thomasson amassed. He owns, or owned, the largest video game collection ever to date. His collection was so large it became a part of the Guinness Book of World Records Gamers Edition in 2014. He has now sold off his collection for a whopping $750,250.

The secret bidder now owns a copy of nearly every video game ever. The collection was estimated to be worth between $700,000 and $800,000.

Michael claims that he spends $3,000 a year on video games, so the buyer received the collection at a bargain.

We can’t even begin to imagine the weird titles that are in the bundle. Here’s hoping that there’s a copy of Corey in the House for the Nintendo DS.

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In a YouTube video published on November 18, 2013, Michael Thommason from Buffalo, NY counts the 10,670 video games in his collection. An official referee was even in attendence to make sure the count was accurate. The Guinness Book of World Records would go on to recognize Thommason’s collection as the largest in the world.
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