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Sega Auctions Rare Memorabilia to Raise Money for Charity

Posted by James Newton

Artwork, clothing... pillowcases?

In an effort to raise money for the relief effort following the earthquake and subsequent tsunami in Japan, Sega of America is auctioning off a wide range of rare collectibles with 100% of the money raised going directly to the Red Cross.

With everything from NiGHTS Journey of Dreams pillowcases to House of the Dead: Overkill fake body parts up for grabs, this is a good opportunity to pick up rare Sega goods for a good cause.

The official Sega blog has the full list of items and more details. If Sega isn't your thing — we forgive you — there are plenty more companies offering rare merchandise. Be sure to visit Play for Japan for more information.


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User Comments (9)



TheBaconator said:

Man, I wish I had an eBay account. I would jump on that Step in Roll sign for up to $30 in a heartbeat.



DrDaisy said:

I guess the Nights pillowcase was already sold. I can't find it there. Does anyone have a picture of it? I just want to see what it looks like.



sykotek said:

I couldn't find a picture of it, but is that the same Overkill promo where SEGA bought ground beef, tossed in dog tags and random bones and bits and shipped it out to reviewers...cause someone on eBay is in for some rotted meat if its been leftover from before its launch...

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