$ 100,000 worth of video games found inside abandoned house

Like treasure hunters, a couple of YouTubers have found a house where, for more than 20 years, they had buried a large number of unique video games valued at 100,000 dollars.

The creators of the YouTube channel Cheap Finds Gold Mines They are in charge of looking for treasures in the least thought of places and an old house, with dirt, cockroaches and clearing, became their new great feat.

$ 100,000 worth of video games

In a series of three videos, brothers Aimee and Korbin shared their experience.

The house was uninhabited and in the worst possible condition. You couldn’t walk and there was a lot of trash everywhere. However, it is these kinds of places where they have found their best finds, they noted.

Inside the house finds were unopened copies of The Legend of Zelda: The Wind Waker to rarities like the limited edition of Resident Evil 4 que It came with its own chainsaw remote.

Even the brothers dropped games that were already open, except for a scandalous Bayonetta for PS3.

The house belonged to the uncle of a woman named Stephanie. He was sick so they had to move and she helped with the process in 2019. Now, she was trying to clean the house before it was demolished.

YouTubers confirmed to Kotaku that the total value of the newly discovered game collection was about $ 100,000, which was distributed among 8 people, including the owner and assistants.

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