Retro games consoles that could earn you more than £21,000

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Pokemon Limited Edition Game by Nintendo is worth 60x its original price

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If you have an old console lying around, particularly from the 80’s, 90’s or 200’s, then you could be lucky and make over thousands of pounds.

Top10Casinos.com has compiled a list of the most valuable retro consoles and has identified the 90’s as the most lucrative decade.

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The website found that consoles from this period are worth up to £21,244 online in total.

It was revealed that the “Pokemon Limited Edition Game Boy Color Nintendo VGA 90” was the most valuable console and took first place.

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Here are the top 10 most valuable retro gaming consoles.

What are the most valuable retro gaming consoles?

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The most valuable gaming consoles from the 80s to the 2000s in order are:

Pokemon Limited Edition Game Boy Color Nintendo VGA 90

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If you have one of those 1996 consoles lying around you could sell it for a whopping £6,000!

This console is worth almost 60 times its original retail price.

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Genuine Sony Playstation 1

In second place is this 1995 classic, which is selling for a whopping £5,000.

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That’s a huge price to pay for something that’s left in a pile of dust or even forgotten about!

Nintendo Entertainment System

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In third place is the third generation home video game console produced by Nintendo in 1985.

This golden oldie is selling for up to £4,572.

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With a retail price of £300, you can earn up to 15x the amount originally paid.

Original Nintendo 64

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Fourth place goes to this family-loved home video game console.

It was released in 1996 and retails for a whopping £3,674.

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Pikachu Nintendo 64 Set N64 Console

The fifth place is rounded off by the limited yellow and blue console Pikachu Nintendo 64 Set N664.

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There’s a relief Pikachu on top, which retails for £3,600.

The console was released in 1996.

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Nintendo 64DD

This magnetic floppy disk drive peripheral for Nintendo 64 game console was released in 1999.

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Sega Genesis-Original

This 1989 fourth generation 16-bit home video game console was developed and sold by Sega.

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It is now selling for around £2,391.

Vintage 1985 Nintendo NES Deluxe ROB Robot

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ROB (Robotic Operating Buddy) is a toy robot accessory for the Nintendo Entertainment System and was released in July 1985.

Sega Dreamcast code Veronica Biohazard

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Resident Evil – Code: Veronica is a survival horror video game now worth £1,523 that was released in 2000 for the Dreamcast.

Nintendo Game and Watch Egg EG-26 Original

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This gaming console is one of the rarest of all Game & Watch standard editions.

It was released in 1981 and you can now make £936 selling it online!

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How was it calculated?

Top10Casinos.com has compiled a list of 18 of the most popular consoles from the 70’s to 2000 using articles from Games Radar, Tech Radar and others.

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It then extracted the top selling price for each classic games console from a popular UK e-commerce site to create a list of the most valuable classic games.

Each gaming console was ranked from highest to lowest, which allowed a top 10 list to be determined.

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